Compliments SEL Winter Activity | Winter Bulletin Board Door Display
Compliments SEL Winter Activity | Winter Bulletin Board Door Display
Compliments SEL Winter Activity | Winter Bulletin Board Door Display
Compliments SEL Winter Activity | Winter Bulletin Board Door Display

Compliments SEL Winter Activity | Winter Bulletin Board Door Display

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Details

Grades

2, 3, and 4

Pages

60

File Types

PDF

Made For

The Classroom and Small Groups

Topics

Holidays & Seasonal and Social Skills


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About

 

This is a winter social-emotional learning activity to help elementary students practice giving compliments. It will support a positive classroom community and foster relevant social skills.

Key points during the activity:

  1. Compliments are nice things we say to others.
  2. Compliments are true, positive, and specific.
  3. Compliments are something you admire or like about someone or something you notice that they did well.

What's Included?

Structured activity guide

Slides for teaching and activity (PowerPoint & PDF)

  • What a compliment is
  • What makes a good compliment
  • What can you compliment
  • Ways to start a compliment

Supporting visuals

Complimittens student sheets (2 versions)

Bulletin board letters

All materials are in blackline and color.

If you want to use Google Slides

  • Upload the PowerPoint file to your Google Drive
  • Open with > Google Slides
  • File > Save as Google Slides
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Nikki

This was a fabulous lesson on how to give a compliment by being true, positive, and specific. Students really enjoyed the CompliMitten activity. Would make a very cute bulletin board, but I found students wanted to deliver them right away instead of hanging them up.

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