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5 Reasons to Teach Kindness at School

Kindness is the most important quality a child can have. Here are 5 reasons why learning kindness in a classroom not only brightens the atmosphere, but can even make your child happier, more productive and more focused.

1. Happier, healthier children
People feel good when they act kind. Science has shown that being kind to others produces endorphin, a substance that activates the parts of the brain responsible for pleasure.

By promoting kindness in school, teachers encourage children to be happy, and children practice what they are taught.
2. Strengthen relationships with others

To teach kindness is to encourage generosity and altruistic gestures. Being kind urges a child's ability to build and develop relationships with classmates.

This will not only lead the child to have lasting and important friendships, but it will also increase their acceptance by their peers, thereby reducing the chances of being the victim of bullying and its negative effects.
3. Make children more attentive to others
By showing kindness towards their peers, especially those going through difficult times, children become more attentive to the world around them and more appreciative of the little things in life.

4. More concentration in class
It is not just the endorphin that is produced by the body when one shows kindness, the serotonin levels also increase in the body.

Schools that promote kindness have a good chance of increasing academic achievement as well as the creative thinking of students.
5. Better self-confidence
Teaching kindness in the classroom encourages the practice of good deeds. These good deeds will result in feelings of pride and personal satisfaction.

By being generous and kind to others, children will be rewarded with greater self-esteem, optimism and a sense of well-being.
Kindness is a fundamental skill to impart to children, just as they are taught to read, write and count.

By practicing kindness in the classroom, students will not only be healthy, but teaching will be in a healthier atmosphere.

4 activities for your students when they return to class

1. Ask your neighbor

If you have a group of kids who don't know each other well, you can pair them up and invite them to introduce each other.

Give them a list of questions to ask.
Where do you live?
What is your favourite TV show?
What's your middle name?
What is your favorite hobby?
Then you can ask the children to prepare reports based on the questions they have asked and take turns having them stand up and read an introduction from the person they interviewed to the class.
2. Give each student a task to complete.
Having a task to do gives children a sense of responsibility and ownership. On the first day of school, give all students in the class a different task to do every day or once a week throughout the school year.

These responsibilities may include straightening chairs, taking roll calls, or storing equipment used in the classroom.
You can ask the children to randomly draw tasks from a hat or distribute them according to where they are sitting.
3. Play a memory game
Memory games help children learn the names of others.

Take a class tour, asking everyone to say their name out loud and name their pet or their favorite hobby.
Ask the class to choose one person from a random group to say their name and favorite hobby.
The chosen person will then have to choose the name and hobby of another person.
Walk around the class until everyone has participated.
4. Keep a class journal
You can use the first day of school to ask the children to start a class journal

At first, help them fill out the first page.
You can ask them to write about what they did during the summer.
Ask them who they enjoyed their vacation with, the places they visited and their favorite time of summer.


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