Over the past couple of months, we have shared a lot of Random Acts of Kindness ideas, and I plan on continuing that all year. In fact, I think it’s best when we can get the children involved and show them how easy it is to spread a little kindness. That is why I wanted to share this 30 days of random acts of kindness ideas for kids. Print it out, hang it on your fridge and see how excited your kids get from bringing joy to others.
Random Acts of Kindness Ideas
30 Random Acts of Kindness Ideas for Kids
Do you want to make the world a better place? Of course you do! Random Acts of Kindness (RAOKs) are a great way to do just that. They are simple, fun, and easy ways to make someone’s day. In this blog post, we will discuss some fun and easy Random Acts of Kindness Ideas for Kids!
why it’s important to show kindness to others
There are many reasons why it’s important to show kindness to others. Some of the benefits of being kind include:
- Kind people are happier people.
- Kind people are healthier people.
- Kind people have better relationships.
- Kind people are more successful.
- Kindness is contagious.
One way to spread cheer is to give out compliments. Complimenting someone can make their day and brighten their mood. A great way to do this is to keep a compliment jar. Every time you see or hear something nice about someone, write it down and put it in the jar. Once the jar is full, take the compliments and give them to the person they are about.
Another way to spread cheer is by doing something nice for someone without expecting anything in return. This could be as simple as opening a door for someone, letting someone go in front of you in line, or helping carry groceries.
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Random Acts of Kindness Ideas for Kids: Fun and Simple Ways to Spread cheer!
1. Compliment someone
2. Recycle bottles
4. Visit a nursing home
5. Share toys with siblings
7. Tithe allowance
8. Help someone with yard work
9. Call a grandparent just to say hi
14. Let someone go ahead of you in line
16. Create care packages
17. Put change in a vending machine
18. Write letters to the military or veterans
19. Eat with someone new at lunch
21. Help clean up a mess
22. Tell your parents you love them
23. Clean your room without being asked
24. Donate food to a food drive
25. Write a letter to grandma
26. Give a hug
27. Sponsor a child
Click Here for Printable: 30 Days of Random Acts of Kindness Ideas for Kids
What are you going to do today to make a difference in someone else’s life?
Can you think of other ways for kids to spread kindness to others? I’d love to hear your ideas leave a comment below so we can share them.