Now is a perfect time to start conversations with your kids about kindness. This curated set includes 3 activities your child can do by themselves to prompt reflection on what it means to be kind to others. Parents can also do these activities with their children to spark deeper conversations about how to treat others.
These activities encourage:
• Empathy and caring
• Skills in reading, writing and creative expression
• Self-reflection and meaningful conversation
Plan, act, and reflect on being kind to others with the help of My Kindness Journal. Filled with activities, interviews, thoughtful reflections and inspiring projects, kids will explore how to use their actions for good in the world. More than 50 pages of prompts encourage empathy, thoughtfulness and engagement with others.
Enjoy a color-by-number book filled with encouraging words! Color Counts Words To Live By has 22 pages of illustrated phrases to reveal, like “Follow Your Dreams” and “Stand Tall,” with easy-flow glitter glue to accent the colorful art. Each design is repeated without numbers for creative coloring. When they are dry, hang these motivational messages in a window or send to friends who need encouragement.
Make a statement with Paint Your Own Porcelain Letters: Be Kind. First, decorate your porcelain letters with the included 12 vibrant paints. Then bake your masterpieces for a glossy finish! Use your decorative display to remind the whole family that kindness counts. Includes 12 paints, 2 paintbrushes, a guidebook with painting tips, six 5” tall letters that spell “BE KIND” and a porcelain heart.