Kindergarten: A book for teachers and parents

Unexpected Acts of Kindness

  • In the final chapter, Susan focuses on opportunities to do kind things to others without expecting anything in return. She gives many examples from her life and encourages teachers and parents to model this behavior for children and help children find opportunities to serve others. Above all, don’t forget the children with special needs who may not be great students but can usually do something to help others. (Doug: I am always looking for ways to do unexpected acts of kindness. When I do, I invariably feel great. Strange as it may sound, it is a selfish thing to do. You can now do a kind thing if you click the icon below so you can purchase one or more copies of this fine book as a gift.)
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2 Responses to “Kindergarten: A book for teachers and parents”

  1. I click on the amazon link but nothing happens ! could you help please ? thanks

  2. Which book are your trying to buy via the Amazon link?

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