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A Simple Random Act of Kindness: Teaching Children To Think Of Others

Teaching Children To Think Of Others: A Simple Random Act of Kindness. An idea would be to have a "giving fund" in which your kids help decide how to give away money - whether it is by buying a toy or donating to an organization.

"Penny of Time" Adventure: Kids Helping the Homeless, Delivering Care Packages to the Homeless. I share one experience my boys recently had in giving away a care package to a man sleeping on a city bench. It was one we won't be forgetting for awhile. Teach children to serve.

"Penny of Time" Adventure: Kids Helping the Homeless, Delivering Care Packages to the Homeless. one experience in giving away a care package to a man sleeping on a city bench. It was one you won't be forgetting for awhile. Teach children to serve.

52 Acts of Kindness for Families with Young Children

52 Acts of Kindness for Families with Young Children

52 Acts of Kindness for Families with Young Children -- Not all of these are actually feasible and some I just feel kinda iffy about, but there are several very good ideas to keep in the back pocket and later put on the calendar (so I don't forget!

Pay It Forward Definition | Meaning of Pay It Forward | If My Walls Could Talk...

MA655 - Meaning of Pay it forward

12 x 12 - Pay it Forward / Textured, finished wall decor ready to hang by Marla Rae

100 Things 2 Do: 100 RAK's - Random Acts of Kindness

Great for Christmas advent calendar ideas - Random Acts of Kindness. 100 ideas for Random Acts of Kindness. 100 RAK's The best DIY you could ever do.

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We do Elf on the Shelf but I love this too! Teaching the kids to show kindness and giving . I like this alternative to "Elf on the Shelf" - the Christmas Angel performs acts of kindness each day of Advent.

Keep all your spare change in a jar, and on Christmas, leave it at the door of someone who could use it.

Keep all your spare change in a jar, and on Christmas, leave it at the door of someone who could use it. What a Wonderful Idea.


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