Kids for Peace and Acts of Kindness

We remind ourselves every day at our morning meeting how thankful we are for our family and friends! These relationships bring us peace! Every act of kindness towards one another is such a gift. We learn through life that:

Peace is not something you wish for, it is something you make, something you do, something you are, something you give away.”     (Robert Fulgham)

We know that the path to peace is building friendships with others, no matter how different they may seem. We want to reach out to others in friendship and love and make peace happen in our classroom, on the playground and to the world around us! We’d like your thoughts about peace.

What does peace mean to you?

4 thoughts on “Kids for Peace and Acts of Kindness

  1. Dear Mrs. Fordyce and Ranchers,
    I think Peace means everyone being nice to each other, thinking of others, helping people get up when they fall down and forgive. Peace means helping people who are being bullied and sitting with someone who might be alone. I want to help do that and I think everyone should do these things because that will make a peaceful world!
    From,
    Sage❣️

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