Acts of Kindness

December 15, 2012 at 9:46 am Leave a comment

Acts of Kindness – Fun activities to transform someone’s day!

On 19th Aug 2008, I took part in the ‘Great Kindness Challenge’. The ‘Acts of Kindness’ are not only fun activities, they can positively impact someone’s day. Do them for a family member, a friend, teachers, police, fireman – best of all, for random strangers. It is so great to see so many people smile because of something I did.

Do them one at a time, one a day – or even set yourself a ‘Great Kindness Challenge’ to see how many you can do in a day!

Listed below are loads of fun ‘Acts of Kindness’ activities for kids and parents to do together. HAVE FUN 🙂

  • Say Good Morning to 5 People
  • Smile at 5 People
  • Pick Up 5 Pieces of Trash at the Beach or Park
  • Pick Up 5 Pieces of Trash in Your Neighborhood
  • Write 5 ‘Thank You’ notes for: teacher, librarian, mail man, police officer
  • Paint 5 ‘Peace, Love, Happiness’ rocks, and leave them in neighbors gardens
  • Cut out 5 hearts & leave them on 5 cars
  • Compliment 5 people
  • Make ‘Friendship’ gifts for 5 friends
  • Hug a police officer
  • Plant a flower
  • Bring a treat to your local firefighters
  • Do a household chore without being asked
  • Sing a song at a senior center
  • Read a book to a senior
  • Read a book to a younger child
  • Feed the Birds
  • Help an elder cross the street
  • Push someone on a swing
  • Learn to say peace in 2 new languages
  • Make new friend
  • Hug your sibling
  • Give one of your toys to your sibling or younger child
  • Walk a neighbor’s dog
  • Plant a tree
  • Say ‘Hi’ to a homeless person
  • Water the plants in your home
  • Bring water to a lifeguard
  • Write a ‘I Love You’ note to a friend or family member
  • Paint a peace/happiness picture and give it to someone
  • Recycle your trash
  • Call an elected official and say thank you for their service
  • Leave a flower on someone’s doorstep
  • Donate food to a food bank
  • Donate something to an animal shelter
  • Call your Grandma or Grandpa and tell them they are loved
  • Wash a neighbor’s car
  • Visit a local hospital and hand out ‘Get Well Soon’ cards
  • Make birdfeeder and put it outside
  • Draw a heart in the sand
  • Send a card to a military friend
  • Make a Wish for a child in another country
  • Email a thank to your coach
  • Hold the door open for someone
  • Volunteer at a food kitchen
  • Write a happy message on a side walk with chalk
  • Hug a new friend

There are plenty more ways to do small acts of kindness. Remember small acts of kindness do make a difference!

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Entry filed under: Acts of Kindness, Community/Service.

Mantra at Unity World Day of Prayer Earth Friendly Attitude = Earthitude

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