Christmas is really a season of joyful giving. However, sometimes it can be difficult to teach our children that it’s not about what you get, but what you give. If you’re searching for ways to fight the entitlement that seems so common in our culture and you want your kids to grow up knowing that Christmas is about loving and serving others, you’re going to love these random acts of kindness for Christmas.
Random Acts of Kindness for Christmas
I’ve included 25 awesome ideas for giving back in this printable random acts of kindness coloring pages for kids. It’s the perfect way to countdown to Christmas Day while helping your kids learn the meaning of the season by focusing on others over the holidays.
Random Acts of Kindness with Kids
One way you can help your kids experience the joy of giving is by engaging them in random acts of kindness.
What is a random act of kindness?
An act that offers kindness and love for others without expecting something in return.
A simple act of kindness this Christmas can brighten someone’s day and help spread holiday joy wherever you go. Want to get in on the fun with your kids this Christmas?
This printable random acts of kindness coloring page are the perfect way for your whole family to have fun spreading the joy of the season all over town!
Random Acts of Kindness Coloring Page
This printable random acts of kindness coloring page are simple enough for young children to participate, but still a whole lot of fun for older kids and parents too.
Get the whole family involved by printing a coloring page for everyone to color in as they complete random acts of kindness each day from December 1st until Christmas Day. In the end, you’ll all have a deeper understanding of the true meaning of the season.
- Give a compliment
- Help someone load their groceries
- Give up your spot in line
- Make a thank you card for your mail carrier
- Candy cane bomb a parking lot
- Offer to wrap someone’s gifts for them
Does your family already have a random acts of kindness tradition for the Christmas season? I would love to read about them in the comment section, so don’t forget to share.
Focusing on Service Projects at Christmas
The Christmas season is one of my most favorite times of the year. I just love the spirit of the season: giving and loving others, being kind to one another. The advertisers would often have us believe it’s about presents and shopping, but we know the truth. Everyone is a little bit nicer and more generous at Christmas time.
I love the idea of using random acts of kindness as a tool for teaching my kids to turn away from materialism and entitlement at Christmas. Random acts of kindness at Christmas are an easy yet meaningful way to help children focus their hearts and minds on others.
Acts of Kindness Ideas
Find these under the Kindness Section (towards the bottom of the page) – Plus, over 300 FREE Printables and Lesson Plans
Want more tips for teaching your kids about kindness and gratitude not just at Christmas but all year round?
Check out my list of more than 30 random acts of kindness for kids to do all year.
Then, download this random acts of kindness Christmas coloring page and get started spreading kindness with your family over the holidays this year.