We're excited to announce our new program for making kindness the norm at home!
At the Random Acts of Kindness Foundation, we believe kindness starts with one, and there is no "one" better than you (the parent or guardian to your kids) to start a kindness revolution at home. You have the power to set a kind tone for your entire household. What you do matters, and we are here to help. There's never been a better time to infuse more kindness at home!
With the Kindness at Home curriculum, you'll get:
Quick, convenient kindness activities for families of all ages,
Discussion topics, and
Journal prompts emailed right to you each week.
Each month covers a different kindness concept and offers more detailed activities and a final concept project—beyond the emails—to help you bring your family closer together through kindness.
We've designed a fun kindness challenge to help make kindness the norm™ at home & in your neighborhood. Your challenge (if you choose to accept it) is to complete a series of kindness activities to fill in 60 'hearts'. Each act of kindness is worth one, two or three 'hearts' based on how challenging they are: one-heart activities are quick and easy, two-heart activities are more involved, and three-heart activities are challenging & will take more time.
There's a good mix of activities: various random acts of kindness meant to be done in your home & neighborhood, writing prompts, self-care activities and fun coloring pages too. You choose which activities to do and when to do them—so no pressure. Just do the ones that sound fun to you.
Can you complete the challenge & fill in all 60 hearts?
IMAGINE A WORLD WHERE WE CAN SUCCEED BY BEING NICE, WHERE WE ALL LOOK OUT FOR EACH OTHER, WHERE WE ALL PAY IT FORWARD, AND WERE KINDNESS IS THE NORM.
BY PARTICIPATING IN THIS CHALLENGE, YOU ARE HELPING TO CREATE THAT WORLD.
Note: If you'd like to create your own booklet, here's a specially paginated PDF you can print, fold and trim into a 4.75" x 6.75" booklet. (Note: Your printer needs to be capable of double-sided printing for this to work.)