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The 5 Day Gratitude Challenge

Teachers face stressful days and often can be given overwhelming tasks. Studies show that those who show gratitude, despite the hardships, often see a decrease in stress, are more productive, and feel much better overall. The goal of this challenge is to make your life a little bit better one day at at time. “The 5 Day Gratitude Challenge” aims to put a little structure into giving thanks, and offers an opportunity to encourage people.

Inclusion and Respect: GLSEN Resources for Educators

GLSEN’s resources include educator guides, LGBT-Inclusive curriculum, and lesson plans on bullying, bias, and diversity. is a nonprofit with a bold hypothesis: Kindness is the catalyst in solving the world’s biggest challenges. They believe a kinder world is possible, and they’re here to make it happen.

Workplace Kindness Calendar

Each year, Random Acts of Kindness creates a 12 month workplace kindness calendar highlighting monthly themes structured to create a kinder work culture.

This website provides a teacher-friendly approach to character education and social emotional learning through lesson plans and blogs.

Provides educators with free educational materials that promote respect for differences and appreciation of diversity in the classroom and beyond.

Teaching Values

Online character education stories and activities for education professionals and parents.

Talking with Trees

Character building through stories and character education lesson plans.


Here teachers can find information about how to incorporate character education into their core curriculum.

Rutgers University Character

Resources for teachers from middle to high school on how to incorporate character building lessons into regular curriculum.

Ritchie County Middle School

Lesson plans for all categories such as integrity, compassion, and tolerance for middle school students.