This classroom scavenger hunt will help students focus on doing good deeds or random acts of kindness for others. You can choose to give a reward for good deeds completed, or even better, have the reward be feeling good for doing something nice for others!
Examples from the worksheet include:
- Invite someone new to play with you at recess
- Give a teacher a compliment
- Hold the door open for someone
- Smile at someone in the hallway
- Offer to carry something for someone
There’s no telling what simple random acts of kindness will do for someone else. So encourage your students to focus on completing as much of the classroom scavenger hunt as possible.
For students stuck at home, a scavenger hunt can be a new treat and a fun way to pass the time. Using this worksheet, students will search for things around the home that bring up certain emotions, feelings or memories.
For example, students will look for objects that:
- Make them laugh
- Are part of a new hobby
- Help them remember a trip
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