Besides having A LOT OF FUN, these people are doing all types of acts of kindness. Some of the ideas are wild and challenging (or not yet possible for us as kids) to do. But we can get creative and think of our own ways of demonstrating kindness.
Grab some family members or friends and put together your own Extreme Acts of Kindness contest.
Please start by watching the video with your students.
Watch the video.
Think of all the ways, big and small, these everyday heroes gave of themselves to help others in need.
Decide on a gift you can give to a friend, family member, or new person you meet today.
Oftentimes we learn of or hear about social injustice but we do not feel equipped to make a difference. The first step in becoming an advocate is to understand that we are all different and accept that difference is good!
Honest and courageous conversations are just the beginning of our work for social justice. When we develop safe spaces to have these conversations in schools, we work together to dismantle oppression. Let's get talking!
There have been many conversations going on about equity and equality in education. You might hear these words on TV or on social media, but what do these words mean? What is the difference? Our new SEL lesson offers an answer.