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Kind Kids Club: DIY Wildflower Seed Bombs

Posted in Create, Kid Craft, Kind Kids Club
on April 20, 2017

My daughter is 100% committed to caring for our Earth and the animals and people on it. We recently learned about bees and our family decided to create a wildflower garden that bees would love. That inspired us to create these recycled paper DIY wildflower seed bombs as part of our Kind Kids Club – to beautify our community and help save the bees. Get this fun, kid-friendly DIY just in time for Earth Day and Spring gardening!

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Kind Kids Club: Rainbow Rock Project

Posted in Create, Kind Kids Club
on March 14, 2017

My kids are really getting into our Kind Kids Club each month. While I know it’s dumping snow on our friends up north (thanks Stella), we’re all sunshine and blue skies here in Arizona. More and more of our days are spent outside before it’s too hot to enjoy it. This past week, the temps have been in the mid 80’s already!

It’s Spring Break for my oldest kiddo this week, so we took this time off from school to do something kind for our community. A while back, I stumbled upon the Rainbow Rock Project on Instagram and I loved the idea. I knew my rainbow loving girlie would enjoy this project.

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Free Printable Kindness Cards

Posted in Create, Kind Kids Club, Parenting
on February 16, 2017

It’s the second month of our Kind Kids Club and it’s perfect timing because tomorrow, February 17th 2017 is “Random Acts of Kindness Day”. This is a good opportunity to help our kids spread a little extra kindness. You know the saying “Throw kindness around like confetti”. That’s our goal with these FREE printable kindness cards.

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No-Sew Blanket

Posted in Create, Kid Craft
on January 23, 2017

Before the new year, my neighbor and I decided to start a Kind Kids Club for our kiddos in 2017. Each month we would do something “kind” with our kids. January rolled around and I read the book Wonder in the first few weeks. It was such an emotional and touching story of kindness and empathy following the life of August, a 10 year old boy with a facial deformity, going to public school the first time.

Kinder than is necessary. Because it’s not enough to be kind. One should be kinder than needed.” – Wonder

 

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