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Kindness Projects for Kids

“Throw Kindness around like Confetti!” I love that saying! As parents and teachers it is our duty to teach children to be kind and to be an example too! Here are 20 great Random Acts of Kindness ideas one can do with kids and to spread a bit of kindness!
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Kindness Projects for Kids

Young kids might need a demonstrative lesson in kindness like this Cottonball words lesson for them to understand what kindness and kind words mean. Older kids may need constant reminders. These Erasers with a message: “Eracism”- let’s get rid of Rassism, could do the trick!

Print out these printable card/gift tag and give a gift like sweets, flowers or homemade items. Print out compliment cards for friends or use these coloring pages to color and give away too! Scratch off cards will make awesome gifts, especially if it has a kind message to uncover.

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Ever heard of the Kindness Elves? They help spread kindness too and they are such a fun tradition to start with kids.
A frugal craft activity can turn into a kindness project like these friendship rocks and rainbow rocks. Visiting the library soon? Make bookmarks or love letters to leave in books as a surprise for fellow readers! Or, Send a book to another state country..
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Make a friends day by leaving money for Ice cream or leave bubbles with a note at the local play park.Preschoolers can make sweet Heart purse for neighbors or old age homes.
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Blessing Bags and Care package are much needed and appreciated around Winter time. Need even more Kindness project ideas? Check out 30 days of Kindness ideas, 26 Acts of Kindness and 25 Christmas Kindness Ideas!

No more excuses, now you have plenty ideas to spread kindness like confetti!

About the author

Nadia

Nadia is South African mom to two littlies, a former preschool teacher and currently working as a reading therapist at a remedial school. She blogs over at teach-me-mommy.com about easy and playful activities inspiring you to be your child's first teacher.

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