Sunday, February 9, 2014

Get Your Kindess On Linky Party

Being Kind
It is something that we should all do every minute of everyday. Seriously! JUST BE KIND!
Be kind.
My classroom had a very hard time being kind to one another earlier this week. It hurt my heart, A LOT. The bickering, the dirty looks, the snooty attitudes. I don't know why there was a sudden change, but it had to be stopped. Insert me scrambling to find kindness activities. 

Insert me creating a new product that the kiddos absolutely loved.Click the picture to get your copy.

This product is full of bright, cheerful, meaningful posters and activities. This is surly a great way to get your kiddos to be kind! I printed out the kindness poem posters. We recite the poems each morning.

Included in the product is a link to one of Kid President's videos. My kiddos really connect with Kid President. We watch his video each morning to remind us of how to be kind.

I've included a fun activity to go along with his video. I've also included  SO SO cute poster! I saw an immediate change in my class after viewing the video and completing the activities. 

Next up in my kindness product is an adorable whole group craftivity. 

I really wanted my kiddos to let the world know how to be kind. This is just the way to do it. I asked our talented art teacher to create a beehive. She did such an amazing job! Next up, I created little bees.

Whenever an act of kindness is bestowed upon one of my kiddos, they grab a bee (seriously how cute are they?) and write it down. I then hang the bee up by the hive. Our class goal is to have 500 bees by the end of the year!

Another great way to show the world that they are being kind is to TWEET about it. 

The kiddos absolutely loved creating this adorable craftivity. It is perfect for this time of year. I'm sure your kiddos will love it just as much. 

Don't forget to grab my Get Your Kindness On product. Click {here}.

Now it is your turn Show me what you do in your classroom to instill kindness. Link up below! 


  1. My students LOVE Kid President too! I haven't seen this video yet - will definitely have to share it this week. Thank you!

    1. Thanks for stopping by Kelly. I love how real he is! It really reaches the kiddos and the adults.

  2. Mary,
    Your Acts of Kindness Products and crafts are too cute! I just stumbled upon your blog recently, and I'm glad I did, because I'd like to nominate you for the Leibster Award! If you accept, please go back to my blog here: and read all about what you must do to accept the award. I can't wait to see what else your future posts hold! :)

    1. Sarah,

      Thank you SO much for the nomination! It is a great honor! I definitely accept the nomination and will post about it after school today. Thanks again!

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