Today marks the official start of our 100 Acts of Kindness Project, as well as our first Kindness Challenge.
This week's challenge: Make 5 "Thank You" cards and give them to people you've never thought to thank before . . .
. . . like your mail carrier, the men and women at your local fire/police station, a soldier, your favorite story time librarian, the teller at the bank who always gives your child a lollipop, etc..
I created this simple stippling template to make our "Thanks" notes (as seen above), and the kids had fun filling in the dots using an eraser tip/q-tip dipped in paint.
Deborah from Teach Preschool also has a great post on making Thank You cards using your child's artwork (pictured below).
Who will you thank? Do you have any fun ideas for making and writing thank you notes?