Cultivating a classroom Culture of Kindness should be fun! Grow your students’ social-engagement skills with Bloom You Room’s™ over 50-piece collection of mini posters, activities, fill-in certificates and worksheets, with chapter guides for Teacher. By the end of the book, most of pages will be on your classroom walls and in your students’ hearts forever.
Bloom Your Room™ is the first social-emotional learning (SEL) program created by a pediatric psychologist for classrooms PreK-4. Students equipped with a healthy understanding of prosocial behavior and the ability to guide their own emotions, exhibit the confidence, empathy and maturity needed to thrive in the classroom and beyond.
With eye-catching visual aids, activities and worksheets, Dr. Lynne Kenney and her pal, Thinkerbee™, show teachers how to partner with students to create a welcoming classroom community that inspires kindness, caring, empathy and respect. Healthy classroom environments like these cultivate well-behaved, engaged students who feel emotionally safe and ready-to-learn.
Help your classroom culture grow in kindness as your students grades K-4 SEE, HEAR and SHARE prosocial thoughts, words, and actions.
- Engaging Art with postable pages bring the Culture of Kindness to your Classroom
- Easy-to-use prosocial conversation starters
- Fill-in-the-blank Kindness Culture agreements
- Thinkerbee, Solar Sally, and The Martians help children SEE what Kindness “Looks Like”
- Bud Notes for sharing acts of kindness
Looking for posters for your classroom? Click HERE
Bloom Your Room™ is a comprehensive art and activities program with innovative strategies, tips, and tools to enhance social-emotional learning. The easy-to-follow program uniquely incorporates Dr. Lynne’s 25 years of hands-on experience in schools with applied neuroscience research to engage students’ brains in a prosocial manner. Time investment for busy teachers is minimal; there is no need to hunt for clip art and strategies to make a cohesive plan on your own.
With support and encouragement, Dr. Lynne guides the way to building a caring classroom culture using her simple “LOOK – TALK – SHARE” technique that makes learning as much fun for the teachers as it is for the students! Children LOOK at the art and positive messaging in the book and on the classroom walls, TALK about what they see, and SHARE their thoughts and caring behaviors with one another. Everyone works together to improve the social culture of their classroom, by having “cognitive conversations” that unite and inspire.
Find the Thinkerbee Kindness Stickers HERE
Created by pediatric psychologist, Dr. Lynne Kenney and illustrated by Meg Garcia, the art and activities have the vital information you need as an elementary school teacher (ages 4-10) to improve your classroom’s social learning environment, for the benefit of all.
Find the Worm Fuzzies Stickers HERE
- Two 11″x17″ sheets with 40 jumbo, glossy, 2″ stickers on each – a total of 80 stickers
- Perfect for teachers or parents to give children as a lighthearted way to teach kindness
- By pediatric psychologist, Dr. Lynne Kenney – part of the Bloom Your Room program
- Stickers give children specific, achievable ways to be kind with cheerful, inspiring graphics
- Also great for children to share with others or use with PIF (pay it forward) ideas
Join us for conversations about improving #SEL and #EF skills in classrooms HERE.
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