Random Acts of Kindness Week is coming up and Greig has a special challenge to help you spread kindness far and wide during half-term. Everyone who completes the challenge will go into the draw to win amazing prizes for themselves AND their school. Simply watch the video and download your challenge sheet (if you don’t have a printer – don’t worry, you can use your own paper).
Your completed challenge sheet can be sent to:
52 Lives, PO Box 3154, Reading, RG1 9AT or emailed to email@example.com
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
Ned is back reporting on kind stories from around the world. Did you know that just hearing these inspiring stories can release the chemical dopamine into your body and which will help you feel good!
To be in with a chance of winning a £20 book or toy voucher for yourself AND a Kindness Bench for your school, simply watch Greig’s video above, and complete your Random Acts of Kindness Week challenge sheet (if you don’t have a printer, you can use your own paper).
Download the challenge sheet
Deadline: 1st March 2024
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Book of the Month
We Are All Born Free
This book really makes you think and reminds you of the rights that you have as children on this earth (perfect for the Children’s Mental Health Week’s theme ‘my voice matters)! It is beautifully illustrated by many well-known artists – every page is different! All royalties from the sale of this book are donated to charity, which we love.
Stacie Swift Activities
Our wonderful ambassador, artist Stacie Swift, has created this activity sheet just for you to celebrate Children’s Mental Health Week!
SHARE YOUR STORIES
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:
Did you know that what you eat is connected to your mental health?! To support your mental health this month, try to eat more fruits and vegetables and perhaps even try some new ones!
Could you aim to eat fruits and veg from every colour of the rainbow during your day? That would be amazing!
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