Kind words to make a day a little bit nicer
In the table, there is paper with every student's name on it. Each student writes 1-2 good adjectives about the person whose paper is in front of them. The teacher should remind the students that every person has at least 1 nice thing about them, even if they don't talk to them a lot. After everyone has written, then the teacher gives the paper to the student, whose name is on it. Then they can read what fellow students have written about them. Hopefully, this will make someone’s day a little bit better.
Take your partner into consideration
Was formed pairs, 1. class and 12. class student. Together they drew picture to A3 paper. Picture main part was 2 hand palms, where they needed to start. Palmes were placed so they could draw whatever they both wanted. For coloring markers were used.
Work was done with big joy and eagerness.
MY GOOD DEEDS GET NOTICED
When classmates notice that someone has done something good for them or someone else, then they can color a piece of his/her paper. Seeing the colored pieces on their page, the children can wonder what good they have done for their peers. However, if there are many empty pieces, it can make the child think about what I could do better.
A GOOD WISH TO START THE DAY
At the beginning of each day, students pull a piece of paper that has a good wish to take with them for the day. For example: „Today it's gonna be a good day“, „I'm smart and clever“, „I am beautiful inside and out“ etc.