Random Act of Kid-ness: Unity Day

This week’s Random Act of Kid-ness comes to us from Ardmore, OK, where students from Lincoln Elementary School took a stand against bullying on Unity Day. Unity Day was created by the Parent Advocacy Coalition for Educational Rights National Bullying Prevention Center as a day that creates awareness about bullying. Activities encouraged include wearing orange and pledging to end bullying. Fourth-grader Rida Malik said:

“You need to be respectful of others because when you are respectful, others will be nice to you.”

Read more about this great story here.

At the Zimmer Children’s Museum, we know that creating a culture of kindness is essential in early childhood education.  Join us the week of Sunday, October 21 – Friday, October 26 for Cool To Be Kind Week in recognition of National Anti-Bullying Awareness Month as we encourage children to develop empathy and compassion through stories, songs, arts & crafts, and more! More information here: http://zimmermuseum.org/programs.html


One thought on “Random Act of Kid-ness: Unity Day

  1. Haha! I still remember that day! Do something nice for a person, and tell them to do something nice to another person. Also tell the person to pass the word on.

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