You’ve probably heard about RAK (Random Acts of Kindness). The idea is to randomly give to someone else for absolutely no reason. These RAK printables will help you and your homeschool do just that. You can give something simple like paying for the person’s coffee behind you in the drive-thru or something a little more involved like making dinner for a mom who has a lot on her plate. It will be such a blessing for your children to learn about this. Teach them how there truly is more joy in giving than receiving.
Check out these resources:
Random Acts of KindnessKindness Counts: A Story for Teaching Random Acts of Kindness (Without Limits)Random Acts of Kindness Then and Now: The 20th Anniversary of a Simple Idea That Changes LivesRandom Acts of Kindness: An Illustrated CelebrationKids’ Random Acts of Kindness (Random Acts of Kindness Series)Kindness Matters Cards – Box of 250 – Kindness Is Contagious Challenge CardMore Random Acts of KindnessYou Are Awesome Cards — Box of 100 – Appreciation Cards for Teachers, Employers, Friends, Co-Workers, Family
Jeannette is a wife, mother and homeschooling mom. She has been mightily, saved by grace and is grateful for God’s sovereignty throughout her life’s journey. She has a Bachelor in English Education and her MBA. Jeannette is bi-lingual and currently lives in the Tongan Islands of the South Pacific. She posts daily freebies for homeschoolers!
Unit Studies for Animal Science
Do you know that there is a difference between Animal Science and Zoology? These resources and unit
Resources About Milestones in American History
These resources about milestones in American history are just a handful of events and experiences th
How to Teach Geography to the Child Who Hates Geography
Discovering how to teach geography to the child who hates geography can be challenging. First things
Encouragement for Moms: The Courageous Mama Summit
Being a mom is one of the hardest yet most rewarding jobs in the world. Add homeschooling on top of
FREE Resources to Learn About the U.S. Government
It is an election year, and the election is only a couple of weeks away. This is a very pivotal time
Teaching Through the Grumbles: How to Parent the Child Who C
The following post comes from an interview between host Stephanie and her guest Tricia Goy