TALK: Let's talk about being kind- what does it mean? Being kind means that we are friendly- we smile, wave, say hello. We let our friends have a toy first- (share) we may open a door for someone,say something nice about what a friend is wearing, do something nice for someone- make a card, bake cookies for a neighbor, or do something nice without expecting anything back in return.
How Kind By Mary Murphy
The Kindness Quilt By Nancy Elizabeth Wallace
Albert The Fix- it Man By Janet Lord
Kindness is Cooler, Mrs. Ruler By Margery Cuyler
Because of you: A Book of Kindness By B.G. Hennessey
Cowboys Can Be Kind By Timothy Knapman
Ordinary Mary's Extraordinary Deed By Emily Pearson
Pass It On By Sophy Henn
If You Plant A Seed By Nelson Kadir
I Like Your Buttons By Sarah Lamstein
The Lion and the Mouse By Jerry Pinkney
Music- Credit--Bright Hub Education
By singing these piggyback songs, children learn new words to familiar tunes. These songs emphasize kindness and sharing.
Peaceful Friends (tune “I’m a Little Teapot")
We come to school and like to say,
“Care for one another every day."
We learn together and we play
Peacefully every day.
Let’s Be Kind (tune “Frere Jacques")
Let’s be kind, let’s be kind.
In our heart and in our mind.
To our family, to our friends.