Printable random acts of kindness cards are a fun activity for the whole family!

Step outside your comfort zone and teach your children the importance of being kind by inspiring them to serve others.

Printable Random Acts of Kindness Cards

Random Acts of Kindness

As parents, we are always trying to figure out fun things to do with our kids while teaching them to be good people.  What we love about this idea is that it is both a kid’s activity and a lesson…in a really good way.

Random acts of kindness are not only fun, but can change the way we look at the world around us.  Instead of seeing problems and frustration, we can be on the lookout for a way to brighten someone else’s day.

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Isn’t that the best thing we can teach our child?

Random Acts of Kindness Cards for kids

Printable Random Acts of Kindness Cards

These printable RAK cards are the perfect family activity.

Cut them out, put them in a jar, and draw one a week (or each day!) and go spread some kindness.

We will deliver the set of 40 Random Acts of Kindness cards to your email inbox (it usually takes about 5 minutes).  To receive them for free, simply fill out the form below…

Random Acts of Kindness Kids Can Do!

The cards include simple acts like:

  • Send a neighbor a thank you note
  • Give someone a hug
  • Bring flowers to your teacher
  • Collect books for the library
  • Donate food to the homeless shelter
  • Send a postcard to a friend
  • Take treats to the fire station
  • Smile at someone
  • Hold the door for someone
  • Pick up litter
  • Donate a toy to a toy drive
  • Help around the house
  • Let someone go ahead of you in line
  • Feed the birds
  • Bake dessert for a neighbor
  • Buy someone a cup of coffee
  • Volunteer at a soup kitchen
  • Tell someone how much you love them
  • Say thank you to a police officer
  • Talk to someone new at school
  • Collect donations for a charity
  • Visit a nursing home
  • Teach someone something new
  • Send a card to a service member
  • Bring a neighbor’s trash can to the curb
  • Bring the custodian cookies
  • Mow a neighbor’s lawn
  • Plant a tree
  • Take your dog for a walk
  • Donate old clothes
  • Leave a thank you note for the mail carrier
  • Leave pennies at a wishing fountain
  • Make a gift for a sibling
  • Draw a picture for a friend
  • Make a bird feeder
  • Give someone an umbrella on a rainy day
  • Send a neighbor a thank you note
  • Give someone a compliment
  • Volunteer your time
  • Pass out stickers

child drawing a random act of kindness card

What Random Acts did we miss?  Please add them in the comments below, we would love to amass a HUGE list of fun things kids can do to help others in a super sneaky way!

Do more acts of kindness with a kindness jar!

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    1. Hi, Rhonda! There is a section of the post where you can get the cards! I am emailing them to you, to make it easier!

    1. Hi, Amber! Toward the middle of the post, there is a spot for you to enter your email address and name to request the cards.