Kids - Random Acts of Kindness
We cannot start teaching KINDNESS to children too soon. Here are some opportunities for kids to experience random acts of kindness.
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Help your kids help others! With this list of 20 Random Acts of Kindness for Kids, they will have a blast while learning to serve others! (My kids are obsessed with #5!)
Random acts of kindness
Message in a Bottle- kid valentine's day craft
Random Act of Kindness idea; Decorate with smiley faces. Include money rolled up inside note or picture a child colored. Leave where someone would find it or ask store owner to hand these out. The shopper could use the money towards their order. The note could suggest using the bottle to pass it on to someone else.
fill in the blank thank you notes that even your youngest kiddos can color in and "write"
Girl Scout or group project -- make enough friendship bracelets to give to girls in foster care who may feel alone! Add an encouraging card as well. Follow the photo for a tutorial. How to donate is here: www.ehow.com/...
Blessing bags (keep in car to give to homeless). What a wonderful idea and a great way to show someone compassion!
This makes me smile big time.
How do we teach kindness? How do we reinforce generosity? Here's an article with tools: Kindness Wreath, kindness counter and more
I love this...When a child gets in trouble make them do something nice! have them pick a slip with a 'random act of kindness' job they have to do!
Random Acts of Christmas Kindness to do at Christmastime (You really should read the whole story... what an awesome idea!) It's great for teaching your kids what giving is all about!! LOVE THIS!! Levis Advent Calendar is going to have half treats and toys for him and half of these RACK'd ideas! I came up with our own list!
Random Acts of Christmas Kindness to do at Christmastime. THIS IS INCREDIBLE!!!
Give kids a "Secret Service" mission. Tell them for 1 week, they have to do something for someone else without "blowing their cover." A fun, interactive way to get kids serving others.