Kindness Board

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I started this board at the beginning of the school year. The kids loved it and wrote on it all the time. Then a smart board moved into my room and was placed in front of it. About a month ago, the smart board got moved and so the kindness board has been rediscovered. I love seeing the kids write about each other in such a positive way.  Today someone asked me if we could erase it. I wasn’t ready. Maybe tomorrow and then see how much they write about each other during the last week of school

kindness board

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  1. I had one of these in my classroom, too! I used bulletin board paper on our closet door. Sometimes we’d have several sheets on top of each other by the end of the school year, and then I’d draw name sticks and give them away to the lucky winners. 🙂 It really develops at “attitude of gratitude,” doesn’t it!

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