Welcome, educators! First, let me thank you for considering this project as an assignment in your classroom. If you are taking the time to read through the blog, I know you’re are a caring teacher with a creative flare!
The following are excellent resources that have already been tested in classrooms, Universities, and communities as a creative and healthy way to promote kindness and enhance education.
Classroom Assignments & Resources: The blog is a great place to discover classroom ideas that will inspire your students and community in promoting anti-bullying strategies by creating a community of kindness one small act at a time (read more).
Community Projects: Looking for a way to connect your students to a positive community project? Incorporate the Sequin of Kindness™ into a school health fair or anti-bullying event (read more).
Preschoolers: Yes, even children as young as 3 years old can participate in the Sequin of Kindness™. A teacher in Queens, New York has already done so (read more).
Ice Breaker Activities: We all know how awkward students can feel when getting to know their teachers and peers. Let the Sequin of Kindness™ help break the ice (read more).
Extra Credit Assignments: For some students a couple of extra points can make all the difference in their grade. Give them an opportunity by having them do a kind act for another (read more).
Read some of the Sequin Stories – submitted by both students and adults who are taking small steps – one sequin at a time – by making kindness a part of their daily lives.
Free 4×6 informational postcards are available for your class. If you have questions or would like to contribute your own classroom ideas, please contact me at Barb@sequinofkindness.org or through the Founder’s Bio.