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Inside: 40 inspirational kindness quotes for kids along with some super awesome kindness quotes for the classroom.
Kindness can and will change the world.
And here’s the best part:
Kindness has a way of growing and living in our hearts.
Kindness brings joy not only to people around you, but it shoots back to you just like a boomerang.
So throw that kindness out into the universe and then open up your arms and wait for it to come right back at ya!
Every day we make a zillion choices in how we treat people and how we act in situations. These seemingly little choices add up to big things and ultimately define who we are and how we impact the world.
I know, right?
And here’s the thing:
Our kids study our behavior for clues on how they should act.
To make the world a better place, let’s plant the seeds of kindness into our youth.
Helping children practice acts of kindness and empathy is one of the most valuable things we can encourage them to do.
So to get started teaching our little ones all about kindness, by giving them inspirational kindness quotes that are sure to inspire the heck out of them (and us).
Kindness Quotes for Kids
The best way to teach kids to be kind is to model kindness yourself and engage in fun kindness activities.
Here are 40 quotes about kindness for kids that are simple, beautiful, and easy to understand.
40 Quotes About Kindness for Kids
If you are excited to teach your kid’s kindness, snag this FREE activity bundle which includes this 30-day Kindness Challenge, an inspirational 77 Acts of Kindness Poster, and a fun Kindness Rocks Activity Bundle.
Kindness and empathy give you the strength to acknowledge, feel, understand, and respond to the needs of others.
It blooms all things loving, caring and understanding.
These 40 kindness quotes for kids are short, simple, meaningful, and memorable.
They can help kids from elementary to high school be more kind and generous.
Stick them up on your fridge, wallpaper them into your kid’s phone, put them up on class bulletin boards, and every other place where children can read regularly.
What’s your favorite kindness quote for kids?
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Tina Williamson is the writer and founder here at Mindfulmazing. Tina is dedicated to helping busy moms and dads tune in to what matters most, and, ultimately, create a happy life! Tina shares strategies and advice for raising responsible, mindful, and resilient kids. In 2019, Tina created the popular mindfulness activity eBook, “Mighty Mindful Kids.” This book helped so many families (including her own) that she created several other printable resources for parents, teachers, and therapists. Stay tuned for Tina's "Amazing Me" Growth Mindset Activity Journal for Kids being published in the spring of 2021.
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