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It's About Spreading Kindness
Transcript of It's About Spreading Kindness
Spreading Kindness on Your School Campus
The 21 Day Kindness Challenge program is a school-wide cultural change for students, teachers and staff members as they work together to achieve the common goal of spreading kindness.
"The program is a proactive approach to bullying and puts a greater focus on character development for ALL students."
~Justina Bryant | Founder
Support From the Community Parents & Others
5 Acts Every Day for 21 School Days
EVERYONE on campus is asked to do 5 acts of kindness everyday for 21 school days.
The 21 Day Kindness Challenge is run by an individual(s) on campus who is highly involved with the students on a daily basis. These individual's work with student group(s) on campus. The student groups are responsible for assisting with the planning, announcing, and organizing weekly kindness projects.
It's About Spreading Kindness...
Our Mission is...
to empower youth to change their world with kindness.
Teachers | Staff | Principal(s)
Here are some additional ways parents or community members can get involved.
Help with the kickoff
Help out at recess times
Help out at lunch times
Help with the celebration
Elementary & Middle School
Kickoff Assembly: Student leaders inform and challenge the entire school to take on the 21 Day Kindness Challenge.
Daily Reminders: Homeroom teachers & students watch 1-3 minute daily videos (optional) which encourage discussions about kindness and values. Acts of kindness are read over the intercom to encourage acts of kindness.
Recording Acts: When someone (teachers, students, staff,etc.) witness someone doing an act of kindness or if they do an act of kindness for another person they write the act of kindness on a kindness card and drop it in a kindness box ans/or participants can utilize social media with a school assigned hastag.
The Celebration: Students & teachers design a day of celebration. The sky is the limit!
Invite others in the community to join you for the kickoff & celebration (president of the U.S.A. perhaps)
Encourage home discussions between students & parents about the acts of kindness they are planning on doing
Parents: ask your child about the acts of kindness they did or witnessed at the end of the day
Join in on the fun. Kindness Challenge leaders have access to additional kindness project ideas that schools can send home with the students
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."
~ Margret Mead
Designed for grades K-12
What is the Big Picture?
Elementary & Middle School Program
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High School Program
Kickoff Assembly: Student leaders inform and challenge the entire school to take on the 21 Day Kindness Challenge
Daily Reminders: Classroom teachers & students watch 1-3 minute daily videos (optional) which encourage discussions about kindness and values. Acts of kindness are read over the intercom to encourage acts of kindness.
Recording Acts: When someone (teachers, students, staff,etc.) witness someone doing an act of kindness or if they do an act of kindness for another person they write the act of kindness on a kindness strip and drop it in a kindness box.
The Celebration: All of the kindness strips are linked together on the final day the entire school comes together to celebrate.
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Find out more information about the 21 Day Kindness Challenge program options @
Getting Ready for the
The 21 Day Kindness Challenge makes the greatest impact when the entire school, student body and community are involved. Here are some questions to find out if you are ready to bring the Kindness Challenge to your campus...
Who will spearhead the Kindness Challenge at your school?
- This person can be a teacher, a principal, a counselor, librarian, a custodian, or a parent.
Can you identify and recruit an assistant to help run the Kindness Challenge at your school?
- This person can also be a teacher, a principal, a counselor, librarian, a custodian, high school/college student and/or a
Do you have an active and engaged student leadership program? At the middle and high school level, do you have clubs on campus that will take charge of the 21 Day Kindness Challenge?
- It is helpful to have a student group that is already formed but you don't have to - you can form a special after school
kindness club to run the 21 Day Kindness Challenge, or you can select student representatives from each class to help
with running the Kindness Challenge.
Do you have the support of your faculty and staff?
- Frankly it is more fun when everyone gets involved! Within our program we have lots of ideas on way to include the
entire school community.
Can you hold a school-wide kick-off assembly?
- A kickoff assembly brings the school together to ensure that everyone knows how to measure their acts of kindness.
This doesn't have to be done all at once - some schools breakup the different grade levels because they do not have a
large enough space to hold the entire school community.
Do you have a commitment to making a difference in your school community and in the lives of children?
- Of course you do - or you wouldn't have signed up for more information about the 21 Day Kindness Challenge! What
are you waiting for? Make a big impact at your school by bringing the Kindness Challenge to your campus!
Is your school ready?
- Visit our store for more information on pricing and packages @ http://www.21daykindnesschallenge.org/store/c2/Programs.html
Impact of Kindness on Campus
A Proactive Approach
Changes school culture
Emphasizes respect for others
Promotes responsible decisions
Increases positive behaviors
Reduces negative behaviors
Creates a positive atmosphere
Benefits of Kindness
Increased Self Esteem
Improved Academic Results
Weekly eMails for task list reminders
Access to an exclusive website
Access to a kindness coach online forum
Helpful templates & downloads
Discounts on additional materials & fun extras
Lead individuals receive help throughout the Kindness Challenge.