If you’re looking for simple ways to show kindness, an Easter Kindness Tree is a great way to do just that. Teaching your child that small acts of kindness can add up to big acts of love is such an important lesson to teach them early in their lives.
This is one of the most simple kindness activities that are certain to keep the love flowing in the hearts of your children! With these free Easter Egg Templates, you and your children can write kind words to show small acts of kindness to each other.
Kindness Tree Project
Easter Kindness Tree
What I love most about this Easter Kindness Tree is that it’s a wonderful project for families to do together. And with the Easter holiday right around the corner, it’s the perfect activity to sit down and get started!
Having a kindness tree in your house where your children can pick put up an egg every day with something nice written on it is a great way to start the day. (and an awesome way to start spreading kindness at home, too!)
Plus, if you or your child is having a bad day this kindness tree project will have everyone in your house feeling good in no time.
What you will need to make your Kindness Tree are in these picture below. However, I have it displayed in a recipe list form to print out towards the bottom of the page. Have Fun!
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How to Make an Easter Kindness Tree
- 1 Vase
- 5-6 Tree Branches (cut to size)
- White Spray Paint (optional)
- Twine or ribbon
- Easter Candy
- Hole Punch
- Printable Eggs Provided
Start by spray painting your tree branches white, and stick them down in a foam block to hold it in place.
Then put the foam block and branches into your vase.
Next, surround it with a layer of candy.
Followed by a layer of peeps, and then a final layer of candy. (lots and lots of candy!)
Followed by a layer of peeps, and then a final layer of candy.
Then, take and cut out each Easter egg provided.
Write a nice message on each one, and punch a hole at the top with your hole punch.
Ways to Show Kindness
Tie each egg to a branch with twine or ribbon so that they’re spread out and look nice.
Set your kindness tree out and enjoy it!
Every day your kids will see kind messages and hopefully spread those messages to others in their lives.
Now you have a tree full of kindness for everyday use!
DIY Kindness Tree
Once you make this Easter Kindness Tree you’ll love these Easter ideas too.
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Practice kindness every day in your home and around your community. It all starts with teaching kindness in your home.
Don’t forget to download your Easter Egg Template below!
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