Uncertainty, concerns, stress, reactions to change, fear—these are all emotions that students and their families are experiencing right now. In these difficult times, as you’re asked to do more remotely and find creative ways to keep children engaged while school buildings are closed, social emotional learning has never been more important. Everything probably feels tough right now, but keeping kindness in your curriculum isn’t hard. While we encourage to continue participating in the Kindness Challenge, we also invite you to utilize the resources below to incorporate Kindness education into your virtual teaching efforts.
Also, in the next few weeks, we will be rolling out modifications to Teach Kindness lessons including videos and other content that will allow you to fully participate in the Challenge.Stay connected to us. We are here, in solidarity, to support you. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions and feedback.