This resource contains a fully editable and highly visual PowerPoint presentation on the theme of kindness, suitable for younger primary pupils and older SEN students. It is ideal for use on Random Acts of Kindness Day held on the 17th February in the UK, Random Acts of Kindness Week in the second week of February in the USA, on 1st September for New Zealand's Random Acts of Kindness Day and World Kindness Day on 13th November. In fact, it could be used any day! Also suitable for anti-bullying week.
The PowerPoint makes reference to :
- examples of kindness
- Mahatma Gandhi example of kindness
- how we can show kindness to others
A more detailed assembly, appropriate for secondary aged pupils, is also available.
Random Acts of Kindness Presentation For Secondary Pupils
This is a highly visual and interactive presentation suitable for a lesson or assembly on the theme of 'Random Acts of Kindness.' It is a powerful, poignant, thought-provoking presentation and contains hyperlinks to Jonny Benjamin's story and Danny Boyles 'Join Me' Movement and the 'Karma Army.'
It makes reference to:
- the origins of Random Acts of Kindness Day
- Josh de Jong's story
- Danny Boyle's story
- examples of kindness - Gandhi, Princess Diana
- Jonny Benjamin's story
- the physical and psychological benefits of performing Random Acts of Kindness
- the meaning of altruism
- inspirational kindness quotes
- what we can do to make the world a better place
- the importance of kind words
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