A Celebration of Kindness
This Friday, 13th November, we celebrate World Kindness Day. And even though it is important to be kind to each other every day, let’s use this opportunity do add an extra dose of kindness in our classrooms.
During the pandemic here in the UK, we’ve witnessed the rise of giving back.
-people who’ve been furloughed, stepping up to volunteer,
-adults caring for their elderly neighbours
-delivering food to the homeless
Performing random acts of kindness makes us feel good about ourselves and brings people together. On my FREE PRINTABLES page you will find:
My Lesson Plan- Acts of Random Kindness
Weekly Kindness Journal
Kindness Advent Calendar
Now when we’ve got the students sorted, I would like to remind you how important it is to be kind to ourselves. COVID-19 has put extra pressure on all of us as educators and parents, so I wonder when was the last time you took some ME time. I’ve been experiencing some health issues recently, so my body has reminded me to slow down and take a break. I’ve got a special treat for you- 5 ways to be kind to yourself.
And if you haven’t had the chance to be in nature lately, Indulge yourself with this Forest Bathing Visualisation
Finally, I would like to remind you that you are a GIFT in the WORLD. Here’s my article that I wrote for THRIVE GLOBAL in September. Make a nice cuppa and enjoy it.
Read the article YOU ARE A GIFT IN THE WORLD
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