Random acts of kindness are the best! And these days I think the world can do with as much kindness as possible. That’s why we knew this was the perfect time to share these Random Acts of Kindness Cards. Plus, not all acts of kindness require planning. There are simple, easy acts of kindness ideas that you can do every day.
People all over the world are spreading kindness right now and your family can too. Just add these kindness cards to your daily routine and your children will soon be in the habit of spreading kindness. These Random Acts of Kindness printables will encourage your children to show kindness, gratitude, and compassion to friends, family, and your community.
Acts of Kindness Cards
Random Acts of Kindness Cards for Daily Acts of Kindness
You want to raise grateful, kind and appreciative kids. But some days they seem to feel entitled, and the task is daunting.
You’ve tried teaching your kids to appreciate all that they have and to help others along the way. Maybe you’ve even practiced random acts of kindness ideas before. I get it!
Lately, I’ve noticed my five year old getting a little bossy and feeling like she should get what she wants exactly when she wants it. So today when I witnessed an incident I did not like at all I knew it was time for a kindness challenge for our family. I’m sure I’m not the only one that has had this type of thing going on.
You see her and her brother had been playing bingo very nicely, but when the game was over, and he said he was done, she rushed to the book he had been reading, pulled out his bookmark and wouldn’t return the book until he would play again. Nobody was happy.
It was time for a little reminder of gratitude, caring, and kindness.
Simple ways to share kindness
You can use these acts of kindness ideas to spread kindness and to help make the world be a better place to live in (in your home and out). These random acts of kindness cards for kids are an easy way to inspire your children to be kind, charitable, practice gratitude, and be considerate of others.
Practicing Daily Acts of Kindness
Simple acts of kindness can be done with little effort.
Smile at everyone that passes you.
Wave to elderly people at the store or while taking a walk.
Pick up trash/litter during a nature walk.
Help with the recycling.
It’s a wonderful idea to get children involved in your mission of spreading kindness, for they may just pass it down to their kids when they are adults. Plus, we all hope to raise happy, grateful children.
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64 Fun Random Acts of Kindness Cards
Leave a nice note in a library book
Hold the door for someone
Wash someone’s car
Bake Dessert for a neighbor
Leave bubbles or a gift on someone’s doorstep.
Wash a neighbor’s dog (for free)
Help return carts at the grocery store.
Leave change at a vending machine.
Take a sibling outside to play
Draw pictures for friends
Call a grandparent to say hi
Make a homemade bird feeder
Invite someone new to play with you
Kind Words these Kindness Cards
I love hearing how our readers are using their kindness cards and this makes my day.
“I can’t even describe how fun these are! We have a bulletin board set up in the hallway at our intermediate school and the kids love coming by and choosing a card! Our students say that kids are always talking about them in class and which ones they have done.”
Isn’t that amazing?!
Are you ready to practice kindness with your kids?
It’s Simple and Easy to Get Started Practicing Kindness!
1. Purchase your kindness cards
2. Download your PDF file from your email.
3. Print the kindness cards using your home printer. We like to use cardstock, so they are thick and last forever.
4. Laminate your cards (optional) and Cut out your cards.
5. Choose one Kindness Card to do per day.
You can even make this a fun kindness challenge with your whole family or neighborhood.
We can all work on raising grateful kids. Start by practicing kindness and using these acts of kindness cards to enrich your child’s life.