When starting elementary kids on the journey of learning to be kind, focus acts of kindness on people that they know, on people they can help in their community. Keeping the result of their kindness acts closer to what they know increases the impact that they see. Using books and object lessons are very powerful learning experiences for this age group!
Jamming to the radio in the car like we usually do afterschool, I hear my youngest pipe up from the backseat. “Mom, when are we going?” Little Brother (age 5) asks. “What?” I asked, confused. Driving down the road to get
“Did you hear about that girl that was rescued in the parking lot in Plano that was being kidnapped into a human trafficking ring?” my husband, sitting next to me, mentioned as I was scrolling through my Facebook feed. “WHAT! Can
Gathered, right here, are the best resources about giving and acts of kindness during the holiday season. This is a constantly evolving Holiday Kindness Took-Kit. And, as new resources, printables, and ideas are found, we will share them here! 5