Inside: Use these Spring Kindness Notes to spread kindness to neighbors and friends this spring. It’s a perfect way to connect during the spring and cheer up neighbors.
Where we live, spring is itching to start.
Today it’s sunny, but it’s also snowing, and the wind is blowing the snow around so it’s dusting the trees again.
It’s 27 degrees today and we’re all bundled up, but we’re been promised a week in the 50s and 60s starting next week and everyone around here is celebrating.
The weather is trying to cooperate and put the cold, short days of winter behind us so we can stop shoveling snow and stop wearing quite so many layers and stop waking up for school in the dark.
And with the nice weather comes more time being outside… time for walks, time to garden, time to socialize with neighbors and friends as the kids run around.
So spring is also the perfect time to spread kindness to our neighbors and friends.
And to make spreading kindness even easier this spring, you can use these Spring Kindness Notes.
Ways to Spread Kindness and Cheer During March, April, and May
If we want to raise kind kids, we have to give them specific and tangible ways they can speak and act with kindness more often.
Because being kind takes practice before it can become a habit for our kids.
Spring is a great time to help our kids spread kindness to those around them.
You can countdown to Spring Break with this Kindness Paper Chain or you can use this Spring Kindness Challenge to encourage one act of kindness per week.
You can focus on volunteering with your family this spring with our March Volunteer Challenge, our April Volunteer Challenge, and our May Volunteer Challenge.
Or you can get this Spring Social Emotional Learning Bundle:
You can read a Spring Kindness Book like this one:
But we also love using these Spring Kindness Notes.
They’re a perfect way to connect with neighbors and spread some cheerfulness and kindness.
Related: Others Ways to Spread Kindness to Neighbors
How to Use the Spring Kindness Notes
1. Print out the Spring Kindness Notes on cardstock (download them below).
2. Cut out the cards so they’re ready to use.
3. You can write your name on each of the cards or choose to remain anonymous so the notes are more of a random act of kindness.
4. For the lemonade notecard, staple a lemonade packet to the note before delivering. If there’s more than one child at the house, make sure to include the right number of packets.
5. The card asking neighbors if they need help is perfect for anyone living alone, single parents, parents with a newborn baby, or elderly neighbors. Add your phone number to it and deliver it to someone who would most likely need your help this spring.
6. The garden “award” cards are perfect to take with you if you go on a spring walk and you can slip them into someone’s mailbox.
Get the Spring Kindness Notes here.
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