#WATWB – Young Children Performing Daily Acts of Kindness

We are the World Blogfest

 

It’s that time of month again where authors contribute to #WATWB – We are the World Blogfest by showcasing some of the good things being done in the world to counter-act the negativity.

 

For this month’s contribution I’d like to share a video I came across, where one little girl shares her Daily Kindness Calendar where she colors in her kind acts daily and offers some great suggestions for kids to create smile cards and thank you notes to give to their fellow classmates to leave a smile and a positive message in their day. This is a wonderful project that teachers are teaching kids to use kindness in the classroom by filling a bucket with good deeds.

 

Kindness Activities for Kids

 

 

#WATWB runs monthly on the last Friday of every month. If you’d like to join in by adding a post of positivity, you can add your post link HERE. This month’s hosts of the Blogfest are: Eric LahtiInderpreet UppalShilpa GargMary Giese and Roshan Radhakrishnan Please link to them in your WATWB posts and go say hi!

 

If you’d like to join in the #WATWB, please add your link HERE

 

28 thoughts on “#WATWB – Young Children Performing Daily Acts of Kindness

  1. We’re thinking alike today, Deb. I posted an article on kindness in the classroom under my other side (Ask a Tech Teacher). It’s surprising that kids (and adults) need to be reminded to be kind but they do. They need to know it’s part of our human culture to treat each other well.

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  2. Hi Debby – just what we all need … loved the ‘cartoony’ type music to accompany her calendar work – and what a great kid – delightful … something we always all need – cheers Hilary

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  3. Awesome! It’s great to see people teaching kindness from young age. Just like looking both ways before you cross the street, kindness is something that should be instilled early and often.

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