Random Acts of Classroom Kindness

Hello darlings!  If you followed me when I wrote at 3 Teacher Chicks, you know that I do Random Acts of Kindness with my third graders each year!  With seven days of school left until Winter Break, we are planning on doing one a day.

Last week we "sneakily" delivered thank you notes to a previous teacher that outlined a specific memory.  We walked down the halls and slipped the notes under their doors while they were teaching.  Then we ran walked back to our classroom as quiet as mice.  LOL!

So why not get your kiddos thinking about ways they can be kind to others this holiday season! As a Random Act of Kindness for you, I have included this entire resource for FREE!

Students helped the custodians clean up in the cafeteria.
We made some fun pencils out of pipe cleaners and bells.  We wrote on the note that they were for homework so the poor teacher didn't have to listen to bells all day!

We gave a class the was working on Personal Narratives a book that would help them.

We knew a certain teacher loved Diet Dr. Pepper, so I purchased her some yumminess!

A few years ago we went out at kindergarten recess and tied kindergartner shoes!  

  You can grab this powerpoint for free!  The first page is editable.  You can add a special message.  The second is a generic paper.    If you download this, PLEASE leave feedback on TpT!  Maybe just write an idea you have for others to use!

Happy R.A.C.King!

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