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KINDNESS

Community Meeting

You’re My Kind of Kind!

Materials

  • Draw a T-Chart on chart paper or a dry erase board.

Greeting Objective

The learners will share one way they were kind to someone or other living things in their greeting. (How they were “my kind of kind!”)

Directions

  • Students sit in a circle.
  • Students volunteer or are selected to share.

Use the following format:

Kristin: Kristin says, “I was kind to my dog by taking him for an extra walk.”

Class Response: “Good morning Kristin. You’re my kind of kind!”

The greeting continues until all have been greeted.

“You’re My Kind of Kind” T-Chart Activity

Engagement Objective

The learners will record names of people and how they were kind to people, animals, and the environment on a T-Chart.

Directions

  • Draw a T-Chart on a large piece of chart paper.
  • Students will suggest a person’s name for the teacher to write on the chart whenever they see a classmate being kind, throughout the day, week, or month.
NameAction (How the person was kind.)
BrandonHelped Susie by explaining a math problem to her.

Inform

End your community meeting by informing your students about the schedule of the day.

Family Connection

Send home a copy of a “Family Kindness”. Encourage families to record ways family members are kind at home. Charts can be hung on refrigerators or bulletin boards.

Download Letter

ASCA: Grade K, PS:A2.8 Learn how to make and keep friends.

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