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kindness counts

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Ready-To-Decorate® Kindness Counts Posters - 24 posters
Kindness Counts Pencils - 12 pencils
Kindness Counts Banner - 1 banner
Kindness Counts Stickers - 36 stickers
Kindness Counts Journals - 12 journals
Acts of Kindness Double Cup Management System - 1 box, 30 sticks
Kindness Counts Kit - 1 multi-item kit

A classroom is a small community, but you can use your environment to promote kindness and compassion in your students. How do you make kindness a core value of your educational setting? Really Good Stuff has kindness activities for kids to use for preschool and elementary school students.

Why should you teach your students to be kind? With an educational commitment to stop bullying and encourage a friendly, safe and welcoming school atmosphere for all children, teachers are more aware than ever of their role in developing social skills. We have an extensive selection of materials to foster caring and inclusiveness.

Kindness Classroom Decorations

With our products in your classroom, you can make kindness an integral part of your student's experience. We have interactive activities for children to decorate and hang on the walls as well as inspirational banners and affirmation posters to remind the class of the importance of being kind.

Really Good Stuff also has rugs you can use to section off your room or create mindfulness areas. With a dedicated space for your students to journal or have a moment of gratitude, you can help students grow emotionally and academically.

Teacher Resources for a Kind Community

Emotional growth and kindness go hand in hand, and teachers love the resources we provide to help them spread compassion and build social awareness. We have mindfulness journal activities, empathy discussion card kits and even pencils and stickers with positive messages to use as rewards for good behavior.

The earlier you can instill kindness in children, the more likely they will retain that value as they continue to grow and learn. We are proud to offer a range of kindness activities and resources that go beyond traditional school subjects to help children mature into caring adults.