Opening Routine: Three Good Things
As we return to school this year, Pear Deck has partnered with Facing History and Ourselves to help build community and trust within classrooms, both physical and virtual. With these quick, interactive routines—designed to take five to ten minutes each—educators can foster a sense of belonging and prioritize social-emotional learning every day.
This routine helps students practice gratitude, an important component of well-being. Students intentionally focus on positive thinking by naming and recording three good things they experienced or witnessed that day. On Twitter and Instagram, people around the world use #threegoodthings to share their own “three good things.”
Source: Facing History and Ourselves
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