A Great Kindness Curriculum

Caring is all around us.

One of the “good guys” I’ve found who do an amazing job promoting caring and kindness is the Random Acts of Kindness Foundation, a non-profit with a mission to connect people with kindness and actively teach kindness by developing and distributing lesson plans, tools and resources. Plus it’s all mapped to curriculum standards, teacher approved, vetted by experts etc etc etc. This is the real deal. And while it may sound a bit dry believe me, the work they do overflows with joy and caring.

Recently the Random Acts of Kindness Foundation revamped their Kindness in the Classroom® curriculum. What was good is now incredible.

If you’re an educator or any grownup who wants to nurture caring kids check out their modules for K-5 and grades 6-8, along with the other materials on their website. (You must register on their site to download, but it’s free and easy. I searched and there is no secret political or religious affiliation, or anything like that, and they will respect your privacy. Also I don’t have any personal connection with them. I just think they do good work.)