Preschool

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!

Act of Kindness: Kids Help the Homeless

While on our Kindness Quest during Spring Break in New Orleans, both boys were extremely concerned about those that were homeless. We had prepared two homeless care kits, but that preparation was inadequate, in their eyes, for the need they

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Act of Kindness: Helping a Man in Need

While out celebrating a birthday, we noticed a man at a picnic table watching another family eating. He was sitting to the side, watching the family, which, it turns out, was also celebrating a birthday. As I watched the scene

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Got Small Kids? Don’t Give Up

 SueAnn is sharing her thoughts on serving with kids, here, on Pennies of Time.  Known for her compassionate nature and quick wit, I know you will enjoy her perspective of being a mom with young kids and still striving to

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Acts of Kindness at the Airport

Acts of Kindness a the Airport Ideas to be Kind–No Matter Where You Fly! I think that airports are stressful places.  People invest time and money into going somewhere . . .  sometimes for a fun reason, sometimes not.  And,

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