Issue # 58
May 2022


Welcome to your Kids' Kindness Club Newsletter - we have loved seeing your Choose Kind Challenge entries. You've all been so busy! This week, we're learning something brand's called meditation, and it's a great way to be kind to ourselves AND other people as well. Watch the video below to find out more.

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Kind Challenge

In this week’s video, we are sharing very relaaaxxxing way that you can be kind to yourself - and you can do it with your eyes closed! We're also announcing the winners of Choose Kind Challenge.

Meditation Challenge

We're celebrating World Meditation Day this weekend so it's a great time to give meditation a go and see if you like it! Watch this week's video to find out more, and then click below to download your free Guided Meditation Audio (there's also a script, so your grown up can read it before you listen).  Let us know how it went (by post or email) and you will go into the draw to win a mindfulness colouring book. 
Deadline: 1st June
Download your free Guided Meditation

Did You Know?

A survey found that most parents and teachers overwhelmingly feel that being kind is more important than doing well academically in school. 

Show & Tell

These children from Westbury on Servern have been working so hard towards their kindness badges and  were awarded them last week at school.

Great work!

Self-Kindness Tip

Note down what you love about yourself. Making a list of the things we appreciate about ourselves can help us feel happier. It might be that you have a lovely smile, that you’re a good friend, or that you can run super fast! Whatever it is, write it down and read it from time to time to remind yourself just how amazing you are.

Kind Story 

People living near a park in Norwich said they have been overwhelmed by an act of kindness to replace their community book swap which had been burned down.

The outdoor Little Library book swap was destroyed in February, but a local group called the Brundall Men's Shed helped to replace it.  Adam Murray from the Old Library Wood Collective told ITV News that they were simply delighted.

"It is more than just little libraries in a wood, it is a way of bringing communities together and actually getting people to come and use this space. We were all completely devastated when the little libraries were burnt down but what was lovely was when we found out the Brundall's Men Shed were going to help out."


There's a new way to earn your Kindness Badge!

After some helpful feedback from some of our Kids' Club Ambassadors, we decided to change the way you earn your Purple Kindness Badge, to make it a bit faster! Find out how to earn your badge.

Download Application Form

Kindness Quiz

Did you pay attention in this week's video? Test your powers of observation.

Click here to take the quiz on our
Kids' Club page.

Want More?

Find more quizzes, take our latest poll, and download lots of fun activities on our Kid's Kindness Club web page. 
Visit the Kids' Kindness Club 
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