Easter is a special time that traditionally marks renewal and rebirth. Although it is a Christian holiday that celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ, Easter is symbolic of nonreligious things as well, such as the coming of Spring. It ushers in that sense of having a fresh new start, granting us the opportunity for reflection, thankfulness, and forgiveness.
And so, in keeping with these values, why not adopt the theme of kindness at your centre as a way to inspire little minds this time of year?
Teaching Little Ones the True Meaning of Kindness
Yes, it may indeed seem a daunting task at first, yet, kindness is an essential value supporting a child’s social and emotional development, that is beneficial to introduce to children in their early years. But, where do we begin? Well, why not consider these six unique activities that help teach kindness in the classroom?
Six activities to introduce "Kindness" to children
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