Today is National Random Acts of Kindness Day! Celebrate by reading these Kindness Books!
Not only are book lists for kids like this one fun to read, but your children can learn important social skills too.
Kindness Books For Kids:
By reading these picture books, your kids can relate to the characters in the stories. They can learn about sharing, cooperating, listening, respecting others, using manners, showing empathy, and much more!
What Is A Picture Book?
A picture book is simply a book that has pictures. The illustrations help tell the story and describe the parts. The illustrations can be just as important or even more important than the words.
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Random Acts of Kindness:
After reading these books and talking about how to be kind, your kids can show what they have learned with these Random Acts of Kindness ideas:
- Leave a kind note in a book or on a classmate’s desk
- Tell a joke or funny story to make a friend laugh
- Help a younger friend with his or her schoolwork
- Let someone else go first in the lunch line
- Invite someone to sit at your table at lunchtime
- Leave a dollar in a vending machine slot
- Give someone a compliment or two
- Donate books that you no longer need
- Help your teacher pass out papers
- Play with someone you don’t know at recess
For even more ideas, check out this list of 100 Acts of Kindness for Kids! There is something for everyone!
Reading these Kindness Books for Kids is a great way to teach your children how to spread kindness to others. What is your favorite kindness book?
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