Random Acts of Kindness for Kids with Free Bingo Card

Use this random acts of kindness for kids bingo card and these 25 acts of kindness to help teach the importance of kindness.

Use this random acts of kindness for kids bingo card and these 25 acts of kindness to help teach the importance of kindness.

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Random Acts of Kindness for Kids with Free Bingo Card

Teaching kindness in today’s world is so important. Over the course of a month (or longer if you need!), cross off each idea until you complete the whole page. This list was made with kids and families in mind, but can be adapted for anyone!

Free Space

Leave someone a kind note

Give a compliment

Hold the door open for someone

Do a chore for a sibling

Bonus points if you don’t tell them you did it. 🙂

Create care packages

Bring dinner to someone

Donate old books

Donate them to a shelter or a library. If they’re kid books, give them to a new mom. If they’re adult books, give them to an elderly person who enjoys reading.

Smile

A smile can go a long way!

Support a small business

Leave a snack and note for the mailman

Tell a family member how much you love them

Sometimes, it’s the people we love most that we forget to thank.

Weed/rake leaves/shovel snow for a neighbor

No matter the weather, help someone out with outdoor chores!

Pick up litter

Give a hug

Let someone go ahead of you

Volunteer

You can volunteer for an event, animal shelter, homeless shelter, or other charity or cause.

Leave change at a vending machine

Do a chore without being asked

Bake cookies for firefighters or police officers

Give a friend or the new kid a snack

Ask others to pay it forward

Write a thank you letter

In our digital world, letter writing is sometimes forgotten. Give a handwritten thank-you letter to someone for a gift, or just to say you’re grateful for them!

Visit a nursing home

Donate to a food bank

Food banks are always needing non-perishable food items.

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