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Encouraging kids to be kinder to one another takes some thought. You can only repeat “be nice” a couple of times before kids tune it out. But, you can have reminders present in other ways that keep the message in front of them.
In this post, I am providing 25 of my favorite items you can buy or give as a gift that can be used at home or in the classroom to encourage kids to be kinder to each other.
And if you need some printables to use with quotes and kindness ideas, download our free resources in our Insider’s Vault.
New here? I also have the following blog posts to help you plan meaningful service projects for youth volunteers.
If you want more tips and step-by-step guides to planning events and programs, check out my Insider’s Online Vault.
*Click on any of the product pictures below to go directly to the product page on Amazon. Any purchase made supports Project Stella Resources’ mission of helping parents and educators plan meaningful service projects for young volunteers.
Hi! I’m Kim.
I’m a wife, mom, and educator.
I’ve worked in higher education for over 18 years and love planning events that engage students in fun, hands on experiences. My strength is in the logistics and I plan for fun. I am now using my strengths to help others take the stress out of event planning to have quality programs for youth of all ages.