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Christmas Random Acts of Kindness advent calendar for the kids (and you!) #52KindWeeks #KindnessDay

So, we are doing a giveaway advent this year for Christmas, and we always do one. It has given us the idea of doing a lovely printable for you; as part of the Christmas festivities – a Random Acts of Kindness advent calendar for the kids!

24 days in December, and every single one of them could be used by the kids to generate a little bit of kindness to spread throughout the world *yes, I am ambitious about this you know*

So come on, let’s spread the kindness joy!

Remember, it is also Kindness Day on Monday 13th November too, so please do get involved there if you can. Every little bit counts.

Kindness isn’t just for the week, so this kindness advent calendar will continue it all, long into December!

As part of our #52KindWeeks, we bring you the Kindness Advent Calendar for kids for Christmas that gives back - 24 kind acts in December! #adventcalendar #BeKind2017

We have 24 ideas for you that kids can get stuck in to throughout December to bring a little kindness back – from helping their friends, to even giving you a little boost as well.

  1. Give to a food back; why not get that Reverse Advent done in November, and you can then pass it on the the first of this advent! Mum in the Madhouse has an excellent one, and there are other on Pinterest too. Baby Budgeting recently covered them too.
  2. Buy a friend a little toy for bing a bestie
  3. Help a stranger (make sure you mum and dad are with you!)
  4. Do a household chore for you mum (or dad)
  5. Mark a card for older relatives or someone in a home
  6. Give some of your toys to charity
  7. Put something in the garden for the birds / hedgehogs
  8. Donate some of your pocket money to charity
  9. Make something lovely for neighbours
  10. Share a favourite toy with a friend or sibling
  11. Done some books to the library or a kids hospital
  12. Offer to take a friends dog for a walk
  13. Give something hand-made to your teacher
  14. Talk to someone that looks lonely at school
  15. Drop cards all over school with positive messages on
  16. Be nice to someone you aren’t sure about
  17. Make your parents breakfast in bed
  18. Buy something from a charity shop and then give it away
  19. Clean you sibling’s or a friend’s bedroom
  20. Buy a coffee for a stranger (with you mum and dad around clearly)
  21. Make Kindness Rocks and leave them in your local town
  22. Give the postman a thank you card for all his hard work
  23. Make an Xmas bauble for a friend, and finally
  24. Leave Santa a little something too!

We have another wonderful free printable for you - an advent for Christmas with kindness acts on it every single day of December. Get the kids to spread the joy go on! #BeKind2017 #52KindWeeks #RAOC #AdventCalendar

If that doesn’t keep them busy then; NOTHING WILL!

There are some other great advents out there for kindness for kids too, so why not take a look at these as well for other ideas?

  • Some Random Acts of Kindness Advent ideas from Mum in the Madhouse again,
  • Another printable advent from Coffee Cups and Crayons,
  • Noomii has a really cool advent, but you do have to subscribe to get a new act into your inbox every day for this one, and
  • Childhood101 has another set of 24 ideas, just in case we didn’t give you enough!

We also have some more Kindness printables for you too, including Random Acts of Kindness Cards, and 100 ideas for Random Acts of Kindness. So even if you don’t like the 24 we picked here, there are another 76 to choose from!

Most important though, whatever you do, let us know about it. If you also have any other Kindness ideas; we would love to hear. Just use the #52KindWeeks hashtag, and we will see it. If you would like to link up any kindness posts, statuses, or anything else like that, then do so below. We would love to hear your stories of positivity; let’s make t’interweb a welcoming place for everyone.

If you aren’t sure how to enter your links here, then just tweet me or send me a message on Facebook, and we can see what we can do. We’d love to hear your tales.

Helen is a mum to two, social media consultant, and website editor; and this site is (we think) the only Social Enterprise parenting magazine! Since giving up being a business analyst when juggling travel, work and kids proved too complicated, she founded KiddyCharts so she could be with her kids, and use those grey cells at the same time. KiddyCharts has reach of over 1.1million across social and the site. The blog works with big family brands (including travel) to help promote their services, as well as offering free resources to parents of kids under 10. It gives 51%+ profits to Reverence for Life, who fund a number of important initiatives in Africa, including bringing running water and basic equipment to a school in Tanzania. Helen has worked as a digital marketing consultant (IDM qualified) with various organisations, including Channel Mum, Truprint, Talk to Mums, and Micro Scooters. She loves to be creative in the brand campaigns she works on. Get in touch TODAY!

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