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Tired of fighting and arguments from your kids? Want them to be nicer to their siblings and the household? This post shares a fun kindness activity for kids that helps them learn to be more kind and encourages them to practice kindness!
Why a Kindness Activity for Kids
February is love month and the perfect time for this fun ‘Catch Your Child Being Kind Kindness Activity for Kids’! My daughter’s class has been doing this and I thought it was a great activity to do as a family as well! We are quick to tell our children when they aren’t following the rules or “misbehaving” but do we ever just praise them for the opposite? This is a great way to do just that! Showing your child they are SEEN is a benefit in so many wonderful ways.
This kindness activity for kids helps your kids feel more seen and loved for doing the things you want them to be doing, AKA, showing kindness!
Kindness Activity for Kids
How to play this kindness activity for kids:
- Print out my FREE printable “Caught You Being Kind’ cards. Fill them out with what your child has done. It doesn’t have to be anything more than sharing a toy with their sibling or using their manners when asking for something.
- Find a container to store all the cards in.
- Show the child you saw them being kind and present them with the filled out card. They get to then put their card inside the family mailbox!
- At dinner, or even after dinner around the living room, go through the kindness cards from the day and share all the positive ways you saw your children interacting through the day.
This activity will be such a behavior and self esteem booster wether you have one children or five. I hope you enjoy this as much as we do! Please share on instagram if you take part in this Catch Your Child Being KIND activity with the hashtag #ohhappykindness
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