On Wednesday our class began choosing a RAK to do each day. We pick one out of the jar and then talk about what it means and how we can do it. Our goal then is to do it as many times as we can that day…..we want to see how many people’s buckets we can fill 🙂
Here are the RAKs that we did this week;
December 3- Say thank you every chance you can, and let them know why
December 4- Give someone a compliment
December 5- Learn someone’s name from a different class and ask them to play at recess
My hope is that some of these RAK also make it home to you the parents. I would love to hear if your child is doing some “Random Acts of Kindness” for you!
Have a wonderful weekend and enjoy the beautiful weather…..only 10 more days of school until Christmas Vacation 🙂
The virtue of the month for December is Generosity. This morning we talked about how being a generous person means that you think of others and what you can do to help them or make them feel good. As a way to spread the true meaning of Christmas our class is going to do a RAK each day until the holidays. A RAK is a Random Act of Kindness. We have a jar full of suggestions, and each day we will pull one out and have it as our goal for that day. We have a poster on our classroom door where we will post the ones we have done. I will also post them on the blog at the end of the week.
I feel that it is important to focus on more than just Santa and presents during this holiday time. And by doing a RAK it is a small way that our class can make a difference. Happy Holidays 🙂
There are only 15 school days before the holidays and they are going to be busy! Stay warm and get ready for this wonderful month of joy and giving!