5 Camping Acts of Kindness

For many of us here at Think Kindness we treasure our summer for the amazing adventures, it brings. Several of us can’t wait until we receive news that not only Tioga Pass opens its summer gates, but also when the Tuolumne Meadows campground has space. (we’ve been lucky getting in each year). Every time I visit Tuolumne Meadows in Yosemite, …

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 …

Class Performs 250+ Acts of Kindness

A few weeks ago, I challenged my daughters’ 5th and 2nd grade classes to a “Secret Mission!” The mission was to do secret acts of kindness for seven straight days, but the catch was that they couldn’t tell people what they were doing – they just had to do something nice for the people around them! I asked their teachers …

Jack’s Kindness Awareness Project

The goal of this project was to create “What does kindness look like?” posters in a Kindergarten class with the students. Jack, 6 years old, decided to display these posters in the public library/school library around books about kindness. He then had the community vote on their favorite poster and 2 winners receive a gift card to then give someone …