Updated: Apr 5
Random Acts of Kindness 31-Day Challenge + Calendar
Teach your child the habit of showing kindness by taking this 31-day challenge and continuing the routine for life!
We celebrate love in February by observing Valentine's Day on the 14th. Often cards are exchanged, and flowers or chocolates are given to symbolize our admiration for whom we love. However, it is also the month we stop to observe the importance of random acts of kindness. Therefore, February is often referred to as Kindness Month. Because demonstrating compassion to others impacts both the giver and receiver, making our world a better place, learning this habit as a child is essential and could have lifelong positive results. Random acts of kindness are not meant to be shared for one month. Instead, the idea is to learn to share them daily, every month, all year for life.
Random Acts of Kindness are Good for the Giver
Did you know that performing random acts of kindness can:
Contribute to your happiness?
Improve and elevates your moods?
Lower your blood pressure?
Improve your physical health?
Random Acts of Kindness are Good for the Receiver
Random acts of kindness benefit the receiver in many ways, including:
Increasing good feelings.
Creating a desire to share kindness with others.
Make it your mission to be kind to others without expecting to get something in return. Spread kindness everywhere you go, every day, for the rest of your life.
MAKE KINDNESS A HABIT.