Sunday, January 19, 2020

Printable Kindness Calendar for Families

Looking for a way to teach your kids about kindness? Join us for the 100 Acts of Kindness Challenge! 

It is so easy and you'll love our free printable Kindness Calendar to get you started too. 



One of the simplest ways to teach kids to be kind is to TAKE ACTION and model it with them alongside of you. 

Show them what kindness looks like and then get them involved doing it or helping you! 

Our printable Kindness Calendar includes 20 acts of kindness that are so simple to do with small children but could also be done with older kids too!




What is the 100 Acts of Kindness challenge?

Between January 20, 2020 and Valentine's Day (February 14, 2020) I am teaming up with the queen of kindness (Megan from Coffee Cups and Crayons) and we are hosting a challenge where all participants are encouraged to do 100 acts of kindness! This is one of my favorite activities we do each year!

This challenge is held in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. who we celebrate on January 20th and who was an amazing example of kindness.

Who can participate? Anyone who wants to join!
What are we doing? 100 acts of kindness!!
When are we doing it? Between January 20- February 14th

Do you think you can participate? Here's how to join in.

1. Tell us you'll be participating. Comment on this blog post or on our social media channel post about the Kindness Challenge. 

2. Decide how you are going to track your 100 acts of kindness. This year we made a super simple sticker heart. Each time we do an act of kindness, we cover a number and we'll work all the way up to 100 (slowly adding in more numbers each week)!




3. Download our {free} Printable Kindness Calendar. Each weekday we have a simple act of kindness for you to try. You can also check out more awesome 100 Acts of Kindness ideas compiled by Coffee Cups & Crayons HERE

When you are using the calendar on your device, you can click on many of the squares to see the act of kindness in action! For example, click on "Make a bird feeder" and you'll be taken to a cool blog post by Megan with a tutorial for how to make an easy heart shaped bird feeder.



4. Get started! You can join our 100 Acts of Kindness Facebook Group if you want to get additional kindness challenges during the next four weeks and see more ideas from others. We'll also be sharing some on our Instagram accounts and Facebook pages.


Did you miss it? 
Don't forget to download our Kindness Calendar here!


5. Follow along! Follow me (Kristina) @kristinatoddlerapproved or Megan @Coffeeandcrayon over on Instagram for more simple kindness activities!

We are so excited to have you join us!

Here are a few other awesome Kindness Resources:



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