teaching resource

Twelve Days of Kindness – Holiday Classroom Display

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF, Word | 27 pages | Grades: PK - 6

Spread holiday cheer with this random acts of kindness bulletin board display.

This teacher resource is the perfect holiday display for the classroom bulletin board focusing on random acts of kindness.

How to Use This Resource in the Classroom

Use string and clothespins to hang the ornaments up on a bulletin board. Each day, lift the numbered ornament to reveal a random act of kindness the students have to complete on that day! There are 12 different acts of kindness included in this resource.

Or you can use the editable version and have the students brainstorm 12 different acts of kindness they can do! Use the drop-down menu to choose your download.

Random acts of kindness activities included:

  • Give a compliment to 5 friends today.
  • Leave a happy note for someone to find.
  • Make holiday cards for your local nursing home.
  • Make a thank you card for someone at your school

And more!

How to Create Your Display

What you’ll need:

  • Printed display (color or black and white)
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • String
  • Clothespins

Let’s talk about the ornaments. Each one can be assembled to be double-sided with a number on one side and a random act of kindness on the other. Once you have printed and cut out the ornaments, glue each one’s front and back together or use double-sided tape.

Random acts of kindness holiday classroom display

Use some string hung up underneath the super easy-to-create display banner, add some clothespins, and you’re almost done. Clip each ornament with the number facing out! Then, each day, turn over the card to reveal the random act of kindness for your students to complete that day.

If you’re feeling extra creative, there are some additional cut-out decorations included in the resource download that you can add to your display to make it a little bit more special.

Check out our 12 Days of Kindness – Holiday Worksheet as well. Students can either write or draw on each of the ornaments to record what they did each of the days.


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