5 DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
Here are some great questions to bring up with your child at breakfast or on the way to school.
- Can you think of one person who really needs an act of Kindness this week?
- What is something you could do for them that would make them smile? (Think creative and outside-the-box, kids love this!)
- Who do you think is the Kindest person you know? Why?
- What different do you think your life would be if we were so poor we couldn’t afford shoes?
- Why do think orphan children around the world, even though they are still poor are still able to smile and be happy?
5 FAMILY-STYLE ACTS OF KINDNESS
Here are some great Kindness ideas that you can carry out as a family.
Kindness Sticky Notes
Write nice messages on sticky notes and stick them on cars in the parking lot.
See who can wave to more people while driving to a specific destination.
Spend an extra 5 minutes before you enter a grocery store and push all the grocery carts into the designated spaces.
Look up a fun recipe online and make a treat for every child in the class. (You can even put a Kindness Ninja on them!)
While dining at a restaurant ask your children to pick a couple or family who you think they should buy dessert for. Call the waiter over, buy them dessert and ask them to drop it off at their table right away. You can even ask them to hand them a note. But tell them it has to remain anonymous. This is a great act that you can witness their reactions as they look around trying to guess who the anonymous Kindness Ninja was!
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