This game is quite self-explanatory. There are two intention cards: “This week I will…”, “Today I will…”, which can be combined with any number of kindness activities. Some families may choose to have the cards decorating their fridge as a reminder of little acts of kindness. In the classroom they can be displayed on a magnetic board and children can take turns each day setting their intention on doing a kind deed. The cards can also be an impulse for conversation: “Did somebody help you in a difficult situation in the past?”, “What do you think could change in the world if everybody decided to be kinder?”, “In which situations is it difficult to be kind?” As mentioned above, feel free to use this game in any way that might make sense to your circumstances.
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