Work: Practicing Kindness
This month practice random acts of kindness as a family
1. Print flower shapes onto brightly colored paper. (For a template visit: https://www.firstpalette.com/printable/flower-shapes.html
2. Cut out the flowers and then decorate them together. For children who are able to write you might have them post a kind note such as: Jesus loves you or Have a great day. For younger children you can encourage them to draw a picture, color each flower, or use stickers to decorate each flower.
3. Encourage your family members to practice random acts of kindness—aka making the bed for a sibling, opening the door for a stranger, helping an elderly neighbor with a household chore. The list is endless.
4. When you practice a random act of kindness leave a flower behind to help brighten the person's day. (Note- these can be anonymous notes or you may choose to sign them)
5. At your family gathering (Meal time, bed time, weekly meeting, etc), take time to share the acts of kindness you completed and the ones you experienced. How did it feel to be kind to others?