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- Give back with a fun activity to show kindness in small but impactful ways
- Foster a caring mindset for others' well being to raise us all up
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How to Play Kindness Bingo
- Free Acts of Kindness Bingo Challenge Printable
- Writing Utensil like pen or markers to cross off or color items as completed
- Print out bingo cards for yourself and/or other participants.
- Determine the amount of time to complete the tasks on the card (eg. in the month of December, over winter break, etc).
- A standard goal would be to take time to demonstrate kindness every day (or nearly every day). Participants should try aim to complete at least one item a day, though participants may choose to do more than one in a single day, or there may be days skipped in which case they may choose to catch up on other days.
- (Optional) To keep participants motivated throughout the period, designate prizes or rewards for getting a line of bingo (a row, column, or diagonal of 5) instead of having to wait until they get blackout bingo.
- (Optional) If done with a group, have participants share ways they've paid it forward to complete the tasks on their card. Give prizes or reward yourself if desired.
Acts of Kindness Bingo Game
Content and/or features: This kindness bingo game contains a 5x5 grid with a free space in the center.
There are 24 tasks to pay it forward including:
- Make a card for someone
- Give a compliment
- Hold the door open for someone
- Help with clean up
- Do another family member’s chore
- Ask someone about their day
- Help make dinner
- Give a high five or hug
- Call a relative
- Say "thank you" ta a community worker
- Donate to a food bank
- Write a thank you letter to an adult
- Donate toys or clothes to Goodwill
- Share a snack with someone
- Write an "I love you" note to someone in your family
- Let someone else go first
- Tell someone a joke
- Tell someone "good morning"
- Share 3 things you are grateful for this week
- Ask a new friend to join you and play
- Say something you like about yourself in the mirror
- Return someone’s cart at the store
- Help a neighbor bring their trash can in
Color: This printable is mainly black and white with a small rainbow graphic in color. It is printer-friendly in grayscale.
Format and/or number of pages: This is a single-page 8.5 x 11 inch non-editable PDF.
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