We have been having so much fun with our 24 Days of Random Acts of Christmas Kindness! Last year our last act was candy cane bombing a parking lot and it was so much fun we couldn’t wait to do it again this year.
What does candy cane bombing a parking lot mean?
It’s simple! We just go around sticking candy canes and a note on car windshields for people to discover.
Here it is if you want to use it too! Just right click on the image, save it to your computer, and print out. I print it on 4×6 photo paper to save myself some time.
You may link to the card if you want, but please don’t upload it onto your blog or website without permission. Thanks!
We tape candy canes to the corners of the cards before we hand them out so everyone knows what we are doing. It’s a good time to sneak in some fine motor and counting practice too!
Then comes the fun part–candy cane bombing! We chose to spread kindness in our school parking lots where the teachers park. We thought they deserved a little extra kindness–especially this time of year!
More Random Acts of Christmas Kindness:
- Help a Neighbor with Yard Work
- Give a Cup of Coffee
- Candy Cane Bird Food Treat
- Applesauce Ornament Neighbor Gifts
- Holiday Mail for Heroes