Good Deeds for Kids

I believe that it’s never too early to teach your children about doing good deeds for others and this is why I’m super excited to tell you about our new free printables! These good deeds for kids printables are the perfect way to both encourage your children to do kind things for others and an excellent way to track it. This is going to be something you’ll want to proudly display in your home!

I’d like to start by sending out a big THANK YOU to Denise at The CreativiDee Workshop for creating these free printables for us!

This free printable comes in two formats. The first is a one page printable that you can hang on the fridge or on a bulletin board at home. Each month you can encourage your child to do at least one good deed. Once complete, you can then record this good deed on the free printable. At the end of the year, you’ll have your Good Deeds of 2013 list full of good deeds to be proud of. Good Deeds for Kids - 1 Page The second format is a printable card version. These cards can be cut out, filled out and then placed into a small photo album after each good deed. These good deeds for kids cards can be accompanied by a photo of your child completing the good deed. This helps capture the memories that you’ll want to hold onto for years to come! Good Deeds for Kids - Cards

Ideas for Good Deeds For Kids:

  • donating old toys or clothes
  • helping a neighbour in the yard
  • donating food to a local shelter
  • volunteering at the local animal shelter
  • volunteering for a reading program at the local library
  • volunteering as a family for a local park clean up crew
  • volunteering to play music for a senior center (for kids who play a musical instrument)
  • saving change to donate to a charity they are interested in

These free printables are available to Moms & Munchkins Monthly Newsletter Subscribers. To sign up for the monthly newsletter and to gain access to a free & family fun printable each month, click here. You’ll find a link to the free printables (along with a password) in the monthly newsletter (the first newsletter will be issued January 1st, 2013). Once you sign up, you’ll be directed to the page for your free printables (after January 1, 2013).

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Comments

  1. Alisha Kostiuk says:

    Thank you for sharing these are a great idea.

  2. What a GREAT idea! Giving back to others is such an important lesson to instill in children early.

  3. Fantastic idea! I love teaching my kids to be kind to others. This is a great way to keep track of their kindness.

  4. Oh my these are awesome little printables and what a strong message to send to our children! Amazing. I can’t wait to start using these. What a good lesson to teach our kids!

  5. I love free printables, especially ones that teach important lessons like these do! Thanks for sharing them.

  6. What a wonderful idea!! My daughter sort of keeps a record since she started writing in her own journal. She is 7. I love this though, thanks so much for sharing!

  7. Such a fun idea and a great way to encourage that pay it forward mentality. Love the printables!

  8. Great idea! Thanks for sharing the concept and the printables!

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