Each girl had a Helping Hands Coupons sheet to cut apart. (If you want to modify your own Helping Hand coupons, here is our Word doc version.) The coupons were each glued on a piece of construction paper.
|Helping Hands Coupons|
|Helping Hands Coupon Book|
For our second activity, we made our own version of Helping Hands Calling cards. Each time they do an act of kindness, they can leave their calling card behind.
|Helping Hands Calling Cards|
The girls had a sheet of hand prints, and a sheet of Helping Hands Calling cards to cut. (We had pre-cut the hands as circle-shaped pieces before the meeting.) The girls colored the hands, and glued one to each of their cards. They took these cards home along with a Calling Card coloring sheet.
We sent the girls home with our own version of a Kindness Keeper. We cut a 2"x18" strip of white craft foam, and wrote the girl's name on the bottom of their strip. We punched a hole at the top, reinforced it with hole reinforcement labels, and tied a piece of plastic lace to it. We gave each girl a pack of daisy gems (found in the $1 bins at Michaels).
|Sample Kindness Keeper|
The girls are to hang their Kindness Keeper from a door or cabinet. Each time they do a good deed, they get to stick a daisy gem on their keeper. It make a pretty display of their kindness. ☺
See all the photos from today here.
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