Below: Random Act of Kindness week falls in February but can (and should) be celebrated any time of the year. The best part is involving your kids. With the help of this post, you can easily do that, check these random acts of kindness for kids.
One of my favorite times of year has always been Random Acts of Kindness Week. It usually falls around Valentine’s Day. It’s the perfect time to break up the monotony of the cold, winter months and focus on bringing joy to others.
Children love participating in RAK (random acts of kindness) week. Naturally, children want to be kind to others. It’s as we get older, we start to feel self-conscious. Feed your child’s sense of helping others as much as possible now.
There are so many different ideas for kids to participate in Random Acts of Kindness. We don’t, of course, have to limit it to this one week each February. But it’s a great reason to make it an intentional practice.
I’ve included some great ideas from around the web below.
Random Acts of Kindness Ideas for Kids
Hand Out Coupons
As you go around performing your random acts of kindness with your child, give them a job. Let them hand out cards to the recipients. Download these RAK coupons from the resource library and encourage others to pass it on after your child performs a random act of kindness of their own.
Art Project Becomes Act of Kindness
Fun Learning Life shows you and your children how to paint rocks and add messages of kindness and share them with others to brighten their day.
Related: Teaching Your Children Kindness in Today’s World
Bring Kindness into School
Check out these acts of kindness cards kids can do in the classroom, including lunchbox reminders from Wondermom Wannabe.
Create kindness bags from Target’s Dollar Spot with your children with these ideas from Nuggetlands.
Have a Preschooler?
See Wondermom Wannabee’s acts of kindness ideas preschoolers can do.
25 Days of RAK
Perform one act of kindness for 25 Days with these tags from The Momma Diaries.
For Our Service Leaders
Thank a hero printables to keep with you in the car for your child to give to those who protect our country and communities from Pink Fortitude.
Use Kindness Elves
Summer Kindness Elves can inspire your children to spread kindness in a more tangible way. Check out how Thimble & Twig inspires her children.
Make Use of That Play-date
What Mommy Does shows you how to hold a winter coat drive during a play-date.
Make random acts of kindness kits – a perfect activity to make with Girl Scouts or on snow days from Gluesticks.
Host a Service Day Project
Whats Up Fagans shows you how to put together an activity days service project for litter clean up. Even with your preteens.
80 More RAK Ideas
Here are 80 more Random Acts of Kindness Ideas from the Resource Library, download them for free and check them off throughout the year. You can do them all with your children.
Celebrate Your Birthday
See how I spent my 39th birthday when my kids and I performed 39 acts of kindness for others in one day.
Get Your Kindness On in Style
Give the gift of kindness to yourself and others. Check out the kindness gift guide for any age.
How will you spend Random Acts of Kindness Week with your children this year?