For Students

4 Pillars of Learning

While our overall mission is connection, here are 4 additional benefits of using HappyGram in the classroom.



Children can use their creativity to write about anything they’d like. To help them think outside of the box, they can start with the writing prompts provided by local teachers.

Composition and Coherent Writing

Children have the opportunity to practice important writing skills like punctuation, capitalization and grammar with HappyGram.

Computer Skills

The process of typing, filling out a HappyGram form and attaching files are all important skills to learn when working with computers.

Compassion for Community

Children who send HappyGrams understand they are doing something nice for someone else in their community. 

Researchers find when students are introduced to programs that promote mindfulness, their academic attendance, attention and performance improve.

Send Your HappyGram!

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This week's featured Writing Prompts are from Mrs. Wheeler. Mrs. Wheeler is a 6th Grade Teacher at Roosevelt Creative Corridor Business Academy

Weekly Writing Prompts

  1. Write about a time when you gave something of yours to someone else.  How did they respond?  How did that make you feel?
  2. If you could create your own country, what would it be called?  What laws would you put in place?
  3. What will you remember most about this time?

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