Order a Class Set of Kindness Pledges

There are lots of ways to set the tone in your classroom and create a space that discourages bullying and promotes kindness to all. Everything from the supplies that you use to the lessons that you choose can make a difference in the way that your students interact with each other and with animals. So why not encourage them to commit to acting with kindness toward all beings?

TeachKind’s classroom kindness pledges will inspire students to share the world with animals and each other.

The pledges, designed for elementary school–aged students, are the perfect way to get kids thinking about how to be kind, stop bullying, and help others (including animals)—and we’re offering classroom sets of them for free to TeachKind educators. Each set includes 30 pledge sheets. You can also print them from your computer.

These are an effective way to promote kindness at any time, but they’re perfect to use at the beginning of a new school year. Kicking things off by asking students to focus on and commit to exhibiting qualities such as empathy and respect can help set a standard in your classroom. After filling out the pledges, students can reflect on them all year long—whether to celebrate successes or to use as a reminder that will guide their actions.

Fill out the form below to order a free class set of kindness pledges.

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Note: If you’re an elementary school educator and want to extend these anti-bullying themes even further, check out our full Share the World curriculum kit, which includes a video, a teacher’s guide, a poster, a set of reproducible worksheets, and more—it’s always free for teachers.

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