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Students Learning to be Kind

 

    

In the library, we are talking about what it means to be kind.  The elementary classes read the story, “What Does It Mean to Be Kind” by Rana DiOrio.   The author tells what being kind is not, then gives many examples of what being kind is.  In a follow-up activity, the students were asked what does being kind look like, sound like, or feel like.  Here are some of the answers that were given.

 

Helping someone when they fall down

Playing with someone

Sharing

Opening the door for someone

Helping someone up

Shooing bees away

It feels good/nice

Say kind words

Compliments

“Are you ok?”

Peaceful

Sounds wonderful

Polite words

Picking up books if someone drops them

Letting someone play with you

Apologizing

“Thank you”

Smiling

Eating with someone                                                  

Picking up trash  

 Asking someone to play

Giving compliments

Each week, we reiterate how to be kind and to make great choices in being kind individuals.  I think our students have a great start. 

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