Summer of Kindness Week 6

Can you believe we are already through week 6 of summer?!? I hope you are enjoying the sunshine and soaking up days of no school!

Here is a recap of Week 6 of Kids Boost Summer of Kindness:

Day 36 of Kids Boost Summer Of Kindness: Tape popcorn or candy to a Redbox machine. Spread some smiles on this Monday!

Day 37 of Kids Boost Summer Of Kindness: Leave positive messages on a public bathroom mirror for others to find. You can write them on post-it notes or with a wipe-off marker. It’s a simple act of kindness that might be the one thing that changes someone’s day.

Day 38 of Kids Boost Summer Of Kindness: Happy 4th Of July! As we celebrate our freedom today, take a minute to talk to your kids about how they can make America great. Talk about the little things. The big things. The things they can do TODAY to do what’s right for our country. Spread kindness like confetti today!

Day 39 of Kids Boost Summer Of Kindness: Wash someone’s car for them. Make it fun… turn on some music, get wet, use lots of soap and just wait to see the smiles you will get in return!

Day 40 of Kids Boost Summer Of Kindness: Leave an extra little treat for a waitress or waiter. Pick up a small gift card, candy or other small surprise and leave it with a note on the table before you leave the restaurant. It will be the perfect “pick-me-up” for someone as they finish a long shift.

Day 41 of Kids Boost Summer Of Kindness: Plant seeds and nurture them as they grow. Why not plant seeds with the intent of nurturing it and then passing it along to someone else to enjoy?

Day 42 of Kids Boost Summer Of Kindness: Learn something new about a cause that’s important to you and find out what you can do to help. Take action today. It’s the little things that lead to the big things!

 

We would love to hear how you are spreading love to your community. Tag us on social media to brag on your kids and your family! Don’t be shy… it will only inspire others to get involved!

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