10-15 minutes is all it takes to make an impression on a preschooler! Plan for smaller experiences, shorter acts of kindness, to be key in teaching toddlers and preschoolers to be kind. Not sure where to start? Read books on kindness and go from there!
We made some paper flowers to deliver to a neighbor down the street. We don’t know her, but she always has a smile for everyone. We walked to her house and arrived just as she was getting home from her
We are all busy doing good things. Through the work of my church and my own work in the community, I do “good things.” As adults, we do a variety of good things from donating to charities, taking unused items to those that need
Last week I emailed a fire fighter uncle (yes, we are lucky enough to have a fire fighter in the family!) and asked what a couple of kids could do to thank a local fire station. His reply was that
This weekend, my five year old and I were in several airports. We found it was very easy to complete acts of kindness while flying. One of the first things that happened was: We saw many service men and women in
This was submitted to Pennies of Time by a “Pennies of Time” Adventuring Dad. Learning to build friendships is one of the main lessons that young children learn as they play with others and go to school. See how one family turned
An act of kindness at the hospital: A great act of kindness to help those that are in an immediate crisis. I don’t know about you, but I never have coins . . . and I never have time to