25 Spring Acts of Kindness for Your Kids with Printable and Kindness Cards

Here is a list of 25 things you can do with your kids this spring, for your RAKing pleasure.

25 Spring Acts of Kindness for Your Kids with Printable and Kindness Cards

Spring Acts of Kindness

Sort toys and donate
Write a thank you note to your favorite teacher or coach
Make a thank you card for your bus driver
Leave a lemonade for your mail delivery person
Leave a penny on a veteran’s gravestone
Leave some flowers at a lonely gravestone
Add a quarter to an expired parking meter
Feed the birds
Pay the toll for the person behind you
Drop off a plant at the police or fire department
Hide “treasure” in a playground sandbox
Leave sidewalk chalk messages
Make paper flowers and share
Leave eggs of kindness
Leave quarters in a washer at the laundromat

Dryer sheets, quarters, candy, card - RAK with kindness card

Leave a bookmark in a library book
Leave some “cheer” cards with stamped envelopes at the post office counter
Leave an encouraging inscription or your favorite quote in a book you donate to the library
Leave quarters in gumball machines
Pay for an extra ice cream and ask your scooper to give it to the next customer
Give out kindness popsicles
Help someone weed a garden
Clean up the park/trail
Clean up road-side litter
Clean up a neighbor’s yard while they are on vacation

Spring Acts of Kindness Printable

Printable Spring Acts of Kindness
Printable Spring Acts of Kindness PDF

Here is a printable of the list of kindnesses for your fridgey-poo.

Printable Kindness Cards

Printable Kindness Cards
Printable kindness cards PDF

These cards are four to a page, bookmark size. There are two fairies on either side of a big cloud, with spring colors accenting the vintage graphic. They have the quote, “How beautiful a day can be when kindness touches it ~ George Elliston.” There is a very small nearly invisible watermark on the bottom.
These are intended to be used with an intentional act or a random act of kindness. So if your kindness is pre-meditated these will work, too.



What was your latest act of kindness?

More With Less Mom

*Also see our
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* Also see our Random Acts of Christmas Kindness Advent Calendar – RACK Printables and Links OR
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We hope you enjoyed our 25 Spring Acts of Kindness for Your Kids with Printable Kindness Cards post

Photo credits: Fairies with cloud graphic from The Graphics Fairy

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25 Spring Acts of Kindness for Your Kids with Printable and Kindness Cards — 11 Comments

  1. Hi Melissa,
    Just the positive inspiration and insight so many families need! And your printable kindness cards are such a great idea. I am so delighted that you shared your wonderful post “25 Spring Acts of Kindness for Your Kids” with us on the Healthy Happy Green and Natural Party Blog Hop. I’m pinning and sharing.

  2. This is super cute! I love the idea! I am always on the lookout for fun ways to teach my kids about generosity and kindness! Thanks so much for sharing and linking up at Favorite things Friday! Hope to see you again this week!

  3. LOVE this!!! I’m always looking for ways to spread acts of kindness (and be an example to my children). This is perfect! Thanks for sharing & for linking up to ‘Favorite Things Friday’ with Simply Rachel & Hip Homeschooling!

  4. LOVE this!!! I’m always looking for ways to spread acts of kindness (and be an example to my children). This is perfect! (Love the printables, too!) Thanks for sharing & for linking up to ‘Favorite Things Friday’ with Simply Rachel & Hip Homeschooling!

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