2 Teacher Kindness Ideas

Kindness Name Pencils This is a great idea to let your student know that you truly care about them. Yes, it is time consuming, but will be sure to create smiles. If you don’t have time to do this yourselves, this can easily be turned into a classroom project where students make them for one another. Kindness Shout Outs Ask …

Bucket of Kindness – Teacher Kindness

Many schools have taken part in the ‘Bucket Filling’ school campaign. The goal of which is to encourage people to use actions or words that show that you care about someone. Saying or doing something kind. Giving someone a heartfelt smile. Using names with respect. Helping without being asked. Giving sincere compliments. Showing respect to others. Your bucket will be …

If Only I Had Wings

If I had wings I would fly all of these children to loving families. Ones that will treat them to Ice Cream Sunday’s, fun filled holidays, water fights, hot chocolate, grandparents, board games, and a loving family pet. . . If only I had the wings.  The sun had already set down below the mountains and the stars started to …

Elementary Kindness Assembly Recap

The students of Roy Gomm Elementary School begin filing in to the multipurpose room; hopping, skipping and bouncing with wide eyes and energetic chuckles. The bright tangerine, Big Bird yellow, and key lime green walls slowly begin to reverberate the roar of children’s laughter as a crowd of cross-legged kids forms on the ground in a sea of red and …

Sochi 2014: Olympians That Give Back

The 2014 Winter Olympics are full of athletes on a mission. Not only to win the gold, but to actively work to make the world a more kind, happier, and healthier place. Think Kindness is happy to highlight Olympic athletes who are spreading kindness through their charitable efforts. 1. Hannah Teter Hannah Teter is an American snowboarder who placed fourth …

Meet Our New Speaker: Gary Xavier

When we started martial arts, we were tiny. Our foreheads would heads would barely reach our instructors belt knot. But as all of us little ninja’s scurried the dojo running with our kicks, punches, screams, and tripping over our oversized belts, we were corralled in by our martial arts instructor, Tom Callos. We we were trained that at any moment …