ADDITIONAL TEACHER RESOURCES

We aim to continue to develop materials that support the embedding of kindness into the lives of all people! Check out the resources page for posters, videos and more!

 

If you want to share your activities or hear of anything that may interest us, please email us at hello@thekindnesscurriculum.com.

Educator Notes

The benefits associated with giving and receiving kindness are tangible and result in overwhelmingly positive outcomes for the world around us. Science confirms the advantages to the body and mind.

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Discovering the Kindness Curriculum

The Kindness Curriculum has developed, sourced and collated activities that teachers, schools and parents can use to scaffold inquiry-styled conversations with students and build knowledges associated with kindness. Available in printable in A4 and A3 and digital for download

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Kindness Curriculum Poster

The benefits associated with giving and receiving kindness are tangible and result in overwhelmingly positive outcomes for the world around us. Science confirms the advantages to the body and mind.

 

Click here for Web Version, Printable PDF or Digital PDF

12 Attribute Posters

Available 12 Kindness Curriculum Attribute Posters printable in A4 and A3.

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HOW TO USE THE WORDLE TOOL

Using EdWordle for an activity on gratitude

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    Kindness Curriculum Poster

    The benefits associated with giving and receiving kindness are tangible and result in overwhelmingly positive outcomes for the world around us. Science confirms the advantages to the body and mind.

    Note to Schools and Teachers

    The aim of the Kindness Curriculum is to provide activities that teachers can utilise in classrooms to address and explore social emotional learning and pro-social skills and traits that support wellbeing.