We are already into week 6 of our #52KindWeeks, and we have a lovely little game for you this week – a Random Acts of Kindness fortune teller. All of the tasks are suitable for school, or on the way to school. Why not get your kids to make this, and play with it at school, encouraging all their friends to take part?
Alternatively, it’d be a lovely little activity in the classroom as well.
It is really simple to make of course, but just in case you can’t remember how to fold this for your fortune teller….
- Print the pdf template by clicking on the picture above
- Cut out the square template above, so that you no longer have any white space around the fortune teller
- Fold the fortune teller in half, and open it out, then fold it in half again
- Turn it over so you are now on the blank side of the fortune teller
- Fold each of the for corners into the middle; which should be easy to find now – it is the point where your previous folds meet on the paper
- Turn over, and fold each corner into the middle again
- Turn over so you can see our lovely colourful hearts
- Place your thumb and finger behind the hearts and put your fingers together so that they touch each other
- Repeat this with the other hand and with the hearts on the other side
- You should now be able to see all the pictures, and if you move your fingers back and forth the fortune teller starts to work!
- To select your random acts of kindness; get someone to choose a colour from the coloured hearts on the fortune teller. Open and close the fortune teller for each of the letters within the colour
- Pick a number from the inside of the fortune teller, and open and close it for that number
- Pick another number, and look behind it to find out which act of kindness you need to manage!
- Repeat the game for the next day, so that you are doing it for a whole week perhaps!
See – it IS really easy, isn’t it?
Why not check out the other kindness resources that we have on the site – there are plenty of other exciting things to do, to spread the love:
- Acts of kindess cards,
- Bear hug coupons,
- 100 ideas for kindness acts to really make you feel happy, and
- A kindness tree to make for a friend, or as a class activity.
We’d love to hear how you are getting on with your kindness activities, and whether or not you have tried anything out. Do let us know within the linky list below – just post on social media, or even write a blog, and then share the url with us. You can also include the #52KindWeeks hashtag too of course, so that we can find you really easily.
We will be back again soon with another Kindness resource for you, but in the meantime, we have you have a fun (and kind) week!
Oh – and do follow us on Pinterest if you can too, we pin lots of amazing activities over there whenever we can!
Here is the linky list for you:
michelle twin mum
Wednesday 20th of December 2017
What a brilliant printable this is Helen, loving your 53 weeks of kindness. Mich x