Kids Ideas for Kindness
Kindness is catching, so do something nice and watch the ripple take hold.
You can even do anonymous acts of kindness and have fun hiding around the corner to see people’s reactions.
KIND IDEAS FROM BUTLER ELEMENTARY
OTHER KIND IDEAS
give a compliment ask why someone looks sad clean a friend’s car do a job without being paid
talk to a friend who looks lonely smile at people pick up rubbish make your parent’s bed
bake a cake for someone tell your grandparents you love them give someone a big hug
include people when you play share your toys return a shopping trolley pick something up for someone
make a card to thank your teacher leave flowers on a windscreen be kind to everyone
SOME KIND THINGS KIDS HAVE DONE
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I get my friend’s jacket every lunch and playtime when he leaves it on the basketball court. – Zac
I cleaned up my neighbours front yard and left a card in their letterbox. – Reece
I mopped the floors and wiped down the benches and cupboards to surprise my mum. – James
I gave my brother a pea on a Kindness Card ’cause he likes them. – Mitchell
I picked up my friends lunchbox off the floor and put it back in his bag. – Zac
I made my mum’s bed really fancy and cleaned her room. – 9 year old girl
I made pancakes for mum and dad on the weekend. I made my brother’s bed. – Max
I gave my friend $5 when he lost his money at the spring fair. – Trent
I mowed my neighbours front lawn and naturestrip. I lent a ball to someone at school. – Max
My brother and I both got cricket bats for Christmas but my brother was sad because his was too big.
I already had a good one, so I gave him mine. – Zac
I took a little girl who was hurt to the office. – Izabella
We helped cook sausages, sell books and pack up at a fundraiser. – James, Lachie, Max & Zac
I got the remote for my dad so he didn’t have to get up. – Hayden
My friend dropped her pencils and I picked them up for her. – Tia I ran errands for my teacher. – Year 7 girl
I gave my friend some of my really good football cards that he needed to complete his set. – Zac
I helped my sister with her homework. – Ella I helped the principal with cleaning up the school. – Lachie
I helped my teachers take down the posters. I bought clothes for the poor. – Pabalo
I complimented my teacher and left a kindness card for her to pass on. – Kyeta
I left a kindness card and a chocolate on my teacher’s desk. – Zac I tickled my mom’s back. – Kyeta
I gave someone clothes and shoes for the kids she adopted. – Shannon
I looked after a teacher’s dog while she was teaching. – Ashleigh I helped my grandma wash the dishes. – Natalie
I gave my bronze life saving medal to another girl, who was so sad she did not have one! – Kyeta
My mum and I took clothes we’d collected to a community meal for the homeless. – Max
I helped my mom in the kitchen. – Courtney I returned a dog to it’s owner. – Year 7 girl
I helped my seven year old cousin with his homework and read a story to him. – Tayla
I took the dinner plates through to the kitchen without having to be asked. – Year 7 girl
I walked a teacher up the stairs to cheer her up. – Fumni When it was cold I gave my jersey to Tay. – Andiswae
I helped my mom when she was feeling sick and comforted my sister when she was scared. – Demi
I found a man’s wallet and returned it to its owner. – Year 7 girl
I helped clean the tidal pool of all the litter – Year 7 girl
I brought extra cut-out comic strips to school in case anyone forgot them for our lesson. – Year 7 girl
SOME OTHER IDEAS KIDS HAD
Help out at home. Carry something for someone when they need help. – Chloe
Say thank you to someone when they play with you. – Tyler
Make a cake for your parent’s birthday. Lend someone your ball.
Save up and take your parents out to dinner. – Max
Compliment people on good things that they do. Help someone with their spelling.
Help your teacher hand out notices. – Zac
Get someone a drink of water. – Ethan
Help someone ride their bike. Lend a pencil to someone. Share your toys.
Help your friend with their homework. – Lochie
Give your mum money for doing stuff for you. – Emily Let someone else go first. – Paige
Hug people and make them feel happy when they are sad. – Year 4 girl
Help with things mum and dad do like the dishes or setting the table. – Ebony
Help raise money for charities, help with shopping and compliment other people. – Sydney
Take the rubbish bins in for your neighbour. Make a cup of tea or coffee for your mum or dad.
Help someone make friends. Feed the dog. Set the table. Ask if they want the mowing done.
Make someone’s bed. Say thank you and sorry. Help dad cook the barbeque. – Year 3 children
Play with someone if they’re alone. – Year 4 boy Make your own lunch and pack your bag. – Taylah
Be happy when you help out. – Aaron Water the plants around the house. – Tom
Help out at home by cleaning, washing or even just place things in a neat way instead of just dumping it there. – Charlotte
Invite someone over if they are bored at home. – Tamika Read to your brother. – Rose
Help dad recover the furniture. – Taylah Feed the animals when it’s not your turn. – Shelby
Make your mum breakfast. – Declan Help your mum put clothes on the washing line. – Tia
Offer someone your chocolate from the advent calendar. – Monique