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List of good deeds for kids

List of good deeds for kids - - #LivingMiVidaLoca #GoodDeeds #LMVLSoCal


List of good deeds for kids

It’s always nice to be able to give back. We have a great list of 100 good deeds that can be done year round, but unfortunately we found that some of the items aren’t very kid-friendly (like while in a restaurant, pay for the meals at another table) so that’s where our idea of good deeds for kids came up!

This list is also a great way to celebrate National Random Acts of Kindness Day on February 18th!

List of good deeds for kids - - #LivingMiVidaLoca #GoodDeeds #LMVLSoCal

This list of good deeds for kids is super kid-friendly and great for elementary school and high school kids! If you have an idea for a good deed that I missed, please do leave it in the comments below. I would love to add to this list!!!

30+ good deeds for kids

  • Give stickers out to kids you pass on the street.
  • Write a note on the sidewalk with chalk and make someone smile.
  • Collect Box Tops and donate them to a local school.
  • Take in someone’s garbage cans.
  • Say a prayer for someone.
  • Help someone achieve a goal.
  • Write encouraging messages on sticky notes and stick them in random places like a car wash, vending machine, etcetera.
  • Call everyone you know and tell them you love them
  • Cheer someone on.
  • Share an inspirational quote.
  • Leave a thank you note.
  • Give a balloon to a child.
  • Read to a child.
  • Blow bubbles at the park for kids.
  • Straighten things up on store shelves while you browse.
  • Say “bless you” when someone sneezes.
  • Leave a note or a dollar in a library book for somebody else.
  • Donate books to the library.
  • Write a note of appreciation to your mail carrier.
  • Compliment a stranger.
  • On a random weekend, surprise your loved ones with breakfast in bed.
  • Smile at everyone you pass on the street.
  • Pass on your books after you’ve read them for someone else to enjoy.
  • Offer an elderly person, a pregnant woman, a physically disabled person – or just someone who looks tired – your seat on the bus.
  • Keep your city clean by picking up plastic bottles and other trash you see around your neighborhood.
  • Bring your old magazines to a hospital waiting room to make a visitor’s wait better.
  • Write a letter or e-mail to a good friend or family member to let them know how much you value them.
  • Donate your used clothes and housewares to charity.
  • Volunteer for a charity.
  • Bring someone less fortunate a plant or some fresh flowers.
  • Hold the door for people behind you.
  • Cut fresh wildflowers and bring them to your local nursing home so the residents can enjoy.
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