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’ve had a tough time over the past 5 days with ice and sleet. The city comes to a standstill because we just aren’t equipped with the equipment to handle this . . . and I don’t even know what
Even though we’ve been working with organizations that support those that are homeless for over a year, my family has just started to understand the scope and scale of being homeless. When I was the special education teacher on a child
Baking Cookies for Families at The Ronald McDonald House: An Act of Kindness When I heard what Krista did with her young boys, I knew that I needed to share it with you. My boys were excited to hear her
We complete a service act each day. We just take 15-20 minutes to do it. Sometimes, they are planned. Sometimes, they are not. For those opportunities where we are out and about and see an opportunity to help another, we
Knock Knock Whose there? Lettuce Lettuce who? Lettuce see your mad cleaning skillz tomorrow morning at 8! In our communities, there are plenty of opportunities for families to gather with their children and help each other. In our church congregation,