It’s the final week of this year’s 100 Acts of Kindness Challenge! Kristina and I are thrilled to have so many people joining in and spreading kindness this year.
Each week we’ve given a fun kindness challenge for everyone to complete as one of their acts of kindness. I love being a part of a worldwide kindness activity!
The week 4 kindness challenge is to make a homemade valentine for a friend!
The 100 Acts of Kindness project ends on Valentine’s Day and I’m sure kids everywhere will be busy this week getting valentines ready for their classmates and family members.
The kids and I were talking and lately we’ve been giving printable valentines that we put together ourselves, but we haven’t made a classic totally homemade valentine in awhile. It can be hard to make valentines from scratch for a whole class during a busy week, but it was a lot of fun to make one for a special friend!
I have a feeling we will do this one more than once this week!
And remember it’s not too late to join in! If you are starting now 100 acts of kindness may be overwhelming, but doing 10 or 20 is great too. I bet you’ll find it easier to do than you think.
Catch up on the weekly kindness challenges:
- Week 1 Kindness Challenge for your family on Toddler Approved
- Week 2 Kindness Challenge for strangers on Coffee Cups and Crayons
- Week 3 Kindness Challenge for your community on Toddler Approved
Ready to go spread some kindness? Make sure to share a photo with us on Facebook and tag your Instagram photos with #100actsofkindness so we can cheer you on! Let’s make the last week count!