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  • Renee's Soirees

    "Secret Service" project - to encourage kids to secretly serve others with random acts of kindness.

  • Brandy Johnson

    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. This would be an awesome way to teach kids about random acts of kindness. we would have to take the biblical out of it for public school, but we could say serving community instead of serving God.

  • Maren Mayer

    tHe fiCkLe piCkLe: Secret Service (Activity Days Activity) - secret random acts of kindness for a week

  • Taya Cline Trent

    Secret Service mission - students are given a spy envelope with instructions to perform 10 random acts of kindness without getting caught or blowing their cover! Then record each one. Include fun spy glasses to get them excited too. Great community service idea for my social studies class!

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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

Secret Service (Kindness Activity)...have one for each student in an envelope, maybe have each student have a specific task (e.g. talk to someone who is alone, say please and thank you, hold the door open for someone, tell your teacher thank you each day)...or have them exchange names for the holidays to perform acts of kindness (lesson about taking care of one another).

I love this, you can write what your baby is doing and learning each month! Then put it into a book... Would be a great grandparents gift!:) Love the chalk board look.

I like this idea for dismissal time only. Kids will have to walk thru with their adult and show"security officers" their matching bands.

Lifeway VBS 2014
Amy Garibaldi
Lifeway VBS 2014

Easily adaptable for the classroom....{The “Secret Service” Activity: A Lesson in Kindness} *Free activity printables

Clutter-Free Classroom: Something to T.H.I.N.K. About {Coffee & a Clever Idea}

The "Secret Service" Activity: A Lesson in Kindness (*My note: Going to modify this to fit the needs of some of the kids in my Children's Church class considering there's some friction between some of the kids.)

This "I'm done..." board is a great way to remind students of their choices once they have completed the current activity. By having this posted as a bulletin board or poster within the room, students would have a visual reminder of the acceptable options they have while awaiting transition to the next activity. This procedure would help maintain order as well as keep faster students busy.

i love this game! played a version of it when i was around 6! except each person got yarn of a different color and you had roll it up and follow it through the maze to get to your goodie bag.. so much fun!

training: spy party bomb idea (styrofoam/cellophane/pipe cleaner) for spy training (toss the bomb into a basket)

Cool Bulletin Board idea to "spotlight" a student or famous person. I would do both. Maybe every week a different actor, playwright, designer, etc to research to extra credit or a weekly report, and every now and then a student, to make them feel special having been up on the same wall as a big name.