Holding a, "Kindness Parade," For the Classroom!

Holding a, "Kindness Parade," For the Classroom!

Holding a, "Kindness Parade," For the Classroom!

2020 has been a year full of anger and arguments between people, but it is always a year that as a response to all of that has inspired kindness parades! Kindness parades are dedicated to expressing joy, caring for others, and spreading happiness! At Little Lambs Learning Center they had a kindness parade and discussed how they could be kind to others!

Ways to be kind

Your own class can hold a kindness parade where the students hold up affirming messages and discuss various ways to be kind as well. Some examples of kindness include but are not limited to:

*Telling someone a compliment

*Planting a tree

*Letting someone stand ahead of you in a line

*Smiling at someone

*Holding the door open for a person

*Being a good listener and offering advice if it is wanted

*Buy someone a snack/meal

*Give someone a present, "Just because," you wanted to

*Ask a person how their day is going/what's on their mind

*Picking-up litter (safely)

*Donate clothes/toys/etc. to a charity

*Volunteer for an organization that needs help

*Anything else you can think of

Source for photos: Little Lambs Learning Center

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Holding a, "Kindness Parade," For the Classroom!
November 19, 2020
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