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Acts of kindness within the school setting are included in this reading and writing journal created for students accessing Kindergarten, First, and Second Grade academic and social emotional standards. Using easy-to-understand topics and visuals to aid in reading the two sentence description, students read with a greater level of independence and trace a sentence that states the positive, “I can…” statement. An act of kindness can be following a rule, helping others, or completing work. There are in this journal PLUS an additional page for students to write and draw their own act of kindness! DATA BOX is included on each page to document student progress for Special Education and General Education students!
· ADDITIONAL “Acts of Kindness” Read and Write Journals will be available soon!
There are 100 “Acts of Kindness” read and write worksheets:
· 100 Journal Worksheets aligned with state standards for reading and Social Emotional standards
· writing template for the remainder of the school year
· Data Section on each worksheet to track student progress in the classroom, at home, therapy, or tutoring.
· Suggested IEP Goals
The “Acts of Kindness” and two sentence description relates to what a student in early elementary school may encounter within the school setting. With simple topics and descriptions, children are better able to apply the “act of kindness” to something they can do at school, too. As we know, our children all learn at their own pace and this resource is adaptable for all students working towards social emotional learning goals and achieving a task with greater independence.
YES! Here are suggested IEP goals which align with this journal:
· Given a picture and a statement showing an act of kindness, STUDENT will complete a 3-step directive to read/listen, color, and trace, by following a repetitive series of directions, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
· Given a picture and a statement along with a 2 sentence description of an act of kindness within a familiar setting (school), STUDENT will identify (say) or perform the act of kindness with limited prompts, within a school day, by MONTH, YEAR.
· Given a picture and description of an act of kindness within the school setting, STUDENT will trace one sentence which states the act of kindness, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
· Given a writing prompt related to an act of kindness within a familiar setting, STUDENT will write up to ___(# of) sentences/paragraphs, to describe the act of kindness, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
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