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!
Not long after our service birthday party where we wowed residents in the nursing home with amazing magic tricks, I heard from the mom of a young friend that her son was going into the hospital. This young guy is
Today, we read the book Each Kindness by Jacqueline Woodson and illustrated by E.B. Lewis. Usually, Little Brother will bound around while reading, at least during part of the story. Not during this story; he was uncharacteristically calm, drawn in
When you are teaching your children to serve others, it is important for them to experience the joy of being on the receiving end of kindness and service. Acts of kindness for the kids are just as important as acts
For about a month, I wanted rainbow looms, knock-off looms, small little rubber bands that go everywhere, rubber brand bracelets, fish-tail designs, the elusive STARBURST pattern to just disappear! GO AWAY! Rubber bandering was all the rage in my son’s
I am honored to share with you this guest post by Chelsea of Moments A Day. Serving with children can be intimidating at first. If you picture afternoon-long fundraisers or bake-sales requiring weeks of preparation, you may wonder how you