Kindness Themed Books for the Classroom

Reading books to children that have an emphasis on kindness in the classroom can help the kids find a text to self connection and relate the character traits of the characters to their own lives. These kindness themed books are the perfect addition to any bookshelf.

Elementary teacher looking for reading resources for back to school? These classroom management ides house the perfect read aloud activities to help with classroom management! Free resources! |Kindness in the classroom |


Elementary teacher looking for reading resources for back to school? These classroom management ides house the perfect read aloud activities to help with classroom management! Free resources! |Kindness in the classroom | {You are Special} by Max Lucado.

The first kindness book is: You are Special.  It is about small wooden people called Wemmicks who put golden stickers and grey dots on each other all day long. The golden star stickers go to the talented, well liked, smart, and beautiful Wemmicks. The grey dot stickers go to the chipped, scratched, and uncoordinated Wemmicks.

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Elementary teacher looking for reading resources for back to school? These classroom management ides house the perfect read aloud activities to help with classroom management! Free resources! |Kindness in the classroom |

{Each Kindness} By Jacqueline Woodson is a story about a girl named Maya, who is not received well by her peers.

Maya wears ragged clothes and  old shoes, her peer quickly take note.

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Elementary teacher looking for reading resources for back to school? These classroom management ides house the perfect read aloud activities to help with classroom management! Free resources! |Kindness in the classroom |

The last kindness book is:  {Chocolate Milk, Por Favor!}.by Maria Dismondy.

The book is about a new student named Gabe who does not speak any English. Johnny is already a student who loves school but that quickly changes when a new kid (Gabe) arrives. You would think that a language barrier would spur the children to be kind, but Johnny goes out of his way to be unfriendly towards him. In the midst of Johnny’s rudeness, he noticed that Gabe begins to make friends with his friends. As Johnny battles whether to continue with his attitude or see the light, he comes to the realization that differences should be celebrated.

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I am sure that these books will be beneficial on any bookshelf.

Hopefully, this was a Peppy Zesty idea for you 🙂

Amber

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