10 awesome ways to teach kids to pay it forward | U.S. Green Building Council
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Help students become better global citizens with hands-on lessons.

This article was originally published on weareteachers.com on February 23, 2018, by Elizabeth Russell.

Good deeds have ripple effects. Give your students this experience firsthand. From simple acts done in a few minutes to in-depth lessons, you can teach how to pay kindness forward in whatever time you have available.

The rewards are mighty. These lessons create more well-rounded students with a broader perspective of the difference they can make in the world. No matter the grade or subject you teach, getting students in on the movements to pay it forward may be among the best ways you can pay it forward as a teacher.

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