Send somebody flowers today 🌸 and we don’t mean literal flowers. Random acts of kindness can bring so much joy to someone’s day. Call a friend you haven’t talked to in a while, write your grandmother a letter, drop off a gift or treat at someone’s doorstep. There are so many little things you can do that can make such a big impact, like this delightful self-care package Anna found in our mailbox today from our sweet friend Leah of @homemadehappinessbyleah 🛁
This thoughtful gesture had Anna blooming with excitement all day long 💐 #RandomActsOfKindness
Here are some other fun random acts of kindness kids can do:
Write positive messages in chalk around your neighborhood.
Go through your old toys and donate ones you no longer play with.
Donate clothes to charity and leave a joyful note in the pocket.
Clean up litter in a local park.
Set the table for dinner without being asked.
Give 3 people a compliment today.
Read a book to someone.
Make your bed when you wake up in the morning.
Leave painted rocks with positive messages around town.
Teach someone something new.
Teaching kids to be kind and perform selfless acts can create feelings of self-worth and belonging as well as a feeling of optimism and excitement.