February 17th, National Random Act of Kindness Day!

This February I decided to participate in the #100actsofkindness challenge with my boys. Instead of 100 acts of kindness for the month, I decided to focus on one act of kindness each day for the whole month of February. Tomorrow is National act of kindness day, so celebrate with us! This activity is not only great for kids but us adults too. We can all use a little reminder to be kind. Below is a list of simple acts you and your children can do to celebrate.


List of random acts:

  1. leave a gift on someone’s doorstep
  2. tell someone you love them
  3. pick up trash
  4. leave some coins in a gum ball machine
  5. write positive chalk message
  6. hide some toys (dinosaurs and ponies) around the local park *
  7. send a postcard to a friend
  8. give someone a hug
  9. bake cookies to share
  10. share produce from your garden
  11. send a card to someone
  12. help make dinner
  13. pay for someone’s drink at Starbucks
  14. hide containers of bubbles around the local park *
  15. give treats to the mail carrier *
  16. smile or say hi to people you walk by
  17. let your brother/sister go first
  18. leave an unpopped popcorn bag at a Redbox machine *
  19. read a book to someone
  20. make a card for your teacher
  21. give flowers to someone
  22. give treats to the gardeners *
  23. paint and create kindness rocks https://www.scarymommy.com/the-kindness-rocks-project/
  24. play with a new friend
  25. write a letter to someone serving in the military
  26. color a picture for someone
  27. make a care package for someone in need
  28. Call your grandma or grandpa

I hope you found this list useful and you have fun spreading some joy and kindness into the world! If you use any of these ideas, tag me on instagram (@stayathomecircus). I can’t wait to see what you do!

” No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.” – Aesop

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