This easy to manage kindness project is a great way to encourage random acts of kindness in your classroom. Included are twelve secret mission cards that ask students to complete random acts of kindness then report back to their teacher. My students LOVE to see how many days in a row they can complete the missions, even though it is completely secret.
Random acts of kindness for kids are really fun! Best of all, they encourage kids to think outside of themselves and begin asking, "How can my life change others?" Kindness acts encourage kids to think like world changers! Here's everything you need to know to perform your own acts of kindness with your kids!
The Kindness Game. Use this bingo-style "Kindness Game" to encourage random acts of kindness in your classroom. This activity works with all ages, and can be a terrific complement to a unit for National Bullying Prevention Month (and beyond!).
Encourage a spirit of generosity & giving in children with this giving activity for kids. This easy Christmas craft is a free printable Random Acts of Kindness for Kids Christmas Cootie Catcher. Learn how to fold a cootie catcher / paper fortune teller.