Want to include some Christmas acts of kindness as part of your holiday celebrations? Here are 22 ideas to help your family reach out to help others. Round up your children and join our conspiracy of kindness. Includes a fun printable to post during the holidays.
I started seeing them all over town. Large collection jars. The labels had obviously been decorated by a young child. Eight year old Mary(named changed to protect privacy) was collecting money for Operation Smile.
Her little brother was born with a cleft palate. Mary discovered that there were children in the world who did not have access to the same surgical care as her brother received, so she decided to help. This determined eight-year-old made collection jars and raised $10,000 to help 97 children receive corrective surgery.
Most children are naturally compassionate and they can do amazing things when they recognize a need.
Helping others has so many wonderful benefits for children.Continue Reading
We all want our children to learn how to be kind and caring.
We have this rosy image of the thoughtful, caring and considerate adults they will become.
Until they hit their sibling and refuse to give back the toy they just snatched! Sound familiar?
I must confess there were times when I wondered if I would ever be able to raise kind and caring human beings.
Don’t despair! When my boys were still young I learned one easy tip to raise kind kids.
It was actually simpler than I could have dreamed. It is my turn to pass on that tip to you.
Raise kind kids and show them just how awesome they can be. Here’s 8 simple ways to give back to the community and further afield. Join our conspiracy of kindness with these family acts of kindness!