September 30, 2018

Acts of Kindness

When a child is born, they’re pure of heart; they’re good and want to show goodness and kindness by helping others. When helping children to develop empathy and doing for others one needs to show them how and then incorporate this behavior into their everyday living so that it becomes a habit. They will then learn to do for others without being asked because it’s something nice to do and it makes others feel good. This will become a daily habit. And what a wonderful habit to have. 🙂



Our Kids Friendly National Holiday Calendar 

(These are holidays kids can participate in and enjoy)

Please remember to get permission from an adult like a parent or guardian before doing anything and NEVER approach a stranger by yourself. 

  1. Shovel an elderly or handicapped neighbor’s driveway when it snows.
  2. Bring flowers or fruit for your teacher.
  3. Donate socks and supplies to your local homeless shelter.
  4. Hold the door open for someone.
  5. Call a family member you haven’t seen in a while to say hello.
  6. Tell a joke to a family member or friend to cheer them up.
  7. Return someone’s cart at the store.
  8. Use your manners. Say please, thank you and excuse me.
  9. Leave a kind note in a library book.
  10. Take a few sweet treats to the fire or police station.
  11. Leave happy or inspiring post-it notes around town.
  12. Read a book to a younger brother, sister or a friend.
  13. Call your grandparents and ask them about their childhood.
  14. Stand up for someone who is being bullied.
  15. Let someone go ahead of you in line.
  16. Compliment your parent/s or sibling/s.
  17. Play with someone new on the playground.
  18. Write a thank you note for your mail carrier.
  19. Buy a few extra school supplies for a teacher.
  20. Bake dessert for a neighbor
  21. Walk dogs at the animal shelter.
  22. Check in on an elderly neighbor.
  23. Help mom or dad make dinner.
  24. Make a homemade gift for someone you know.
  25. Set the table for dinner.
  26. Donate coloring books and crayons to the children’s wing at your local hospital.
  27. Tell someone why they are special to you.
  28. Donate outgrown clothes to someone in need.
  29. Share a special toy with a sibling or friend.
  30. Clean up your room or space without being asked.
  31. Talk to someone new at school.