The preparation of the present toolkit focused on creating a model for activating the empathic active listening skills of both teachers and parents in order to learn how to “listen to their students/children”. For this purpose, trainer teachers will guide teachers and parents to recognize and name their emotions and to communicate those feelings with their students/children. So, the activities included in this chapter were based upon the significant elements of empathy and active listening techniques and are mostly interactive. Tools such as scripts and proposed scenarios, storytelling and role play, offer insights to the participants on how to improve their communication and interactive abilities within the community. Paying close attention, asking questions for clarification, and summarizing the speaker’s words are considered to be good communication skills and are usually activated by the high principles of empathy such as showing respect, understanding and acceptance. Hopefully, this chapter sets forth the expectations for making children happier by helping them to take ownership over their expectations. You are invited to test these in your classrooms and homes, and use them to generate ideas of your own.