Can Your Kids Do 100 Random Acts of Kindness? Yes, They Can! How to Make a Kindness Chart by Christine Wolf
Are the kids constantly battling? Want to promote acts of kindness instead? On a poster board, make 10 rows of 10 boxes where you can write each good deed your children do. If they’re old enough, they can write in their own. Examples are:
- Talking nicely.
- Brushing teeth without being asked.
- Holding the door for a sibling.
- Taking a plate to the sink.
- Walking the dog.
- Asking about someone's day.
- Giving an unexpected hug.
- Drawing a picture for a friend.
- Helping without having to be asked.
- Playing with their brother or sister.
Every good deed goes toward the 100. Once the 100th is reached, celebrate in a way that suits your family, like an ice cream night, a movie, extra allowance, etc. They may rush to fill in the chart and forget about picking on each other (and you).
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