Welcome to the Kids’ Kindness Club!

 Being kind is the best thing you can be. So we’ve created a Kindness Club just for kids. If you haven’t already, click here to join the club (it’s free!) and you will receive our fortnightly Kindness Club email. 


Greig is chatting about International Day of Happiness, helping us to think about how we can be more mindful, grateful and kind.

Another reason to press play is to see Ned Kindelbottom bringing yo hot-off-the-press Kind News! Did you know that simply hearing kind stories helps us to feel happier?!

Your entries can be sent to:
52 Lives, PO Box 3154, Reading, RG1 9AT

EARN your Kindness Badge

The Purple Kids’ Kindness Club badge is awarded for showing kindness to yourself and others. To find out what you need to do to earn your badge, click below to download the application form. If you are a school planning to do this activity with a large number of children, please get in touch with us beforehand so we can ensure we can fulfil your badge requests! Thank you 


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Challenge Sheet

Competition Time

This week, we have a Happiness Challenge linked to the UN International Day of Happiness.  To win a year’s supply of The Happy Newspaper, all you need to do is complete our challenge sheet, which will help you to be mindful, grateful and kind.

If you have never taken part in one of our challenges before…this is your chance!
Simply email your completed entry to kidskindnessclub@52-lives.org and we will select a lucky winner.

Deadline: Thursday 23rd March


We loved hearing how you celebrated World Book Day.  Christchurch C of E in Bootle all dressed up as Where’s Wally, including the teachers…and they even had a dancing catwalk! 

Well done everyone!


Were you paying attention in this week's video? Take our quiz and find out.


This month, 13 year old Max from Devon ended his three-year camping challenge to raise money for the North Devon hospice.  He raised over a whopping £700,000 for the hospice that cared for his neighbour, by sleeping in his tent nearly every night. He was nicknamed “The Boy in the Tent”.  His poorly neighbour gave Max his tent and told him to have an adventure in it.  Well, Max certainly did that – what an inspiration he is. 

Photo credit: The Guardian


Max standing next to his tent


This week, we are reading a book called Kindness Means. It is full of ideas about how to be even more kind.  Which idea will you try this week to spread kindness?

With thanks to author Natalia Simons.  The book can be purchased here.


Games and activities

Download some extra activities

Kindness Bingo Game


We’d love to see what kind things you’ve been up to! If you’d like to share a photo of something kind you have done (for yourself or for someone else) ask a parent or guardian to send it to us.

Self-Kindness tip of the week:

Friday 17th March is World Sleep Day. Sleep is essential for our bodies to stay both physically and mentally healthy. So this week, try to go to bed 30 minutes earlier than usual and give your body a boost. Find out more at www.worldsleepday.org


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PO Box 3154
Reading, RG1 9AT


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