It’s the 3rd annual 100 Acts of Kindness Project through Toddler Approved! The 100 Acts of Kindness Project started on Martin Luther King Day and ends on Valentine’s Day. It isn’t too late to start!
Montessori and kindness projects are wonderful together because of the importance Montessori places on peaceful interaction and Montessori grace and courtesy exercises, which teach children to show kindness and respect toward others. Montessori also focuses on following each child’s interests, which is an ideal way to decide on kindness activities for children and adults of any age.
Following are some ideas for a Montessori-inspired 100 Acts of Kindness Project:
Montessori-Inspired 100 Acts of Kindness Project
My post on Montessori-Inspired Kindness from last year has ideas for using Montessori principles for kindness activities for a number of ages.
Check out Montessori-Inspired 100th Day of School Activities (including the Pinterest Board) for ideas on Montessori-inspired hundred charts that would work well for recording (or as a second way of recording the 100 acts of kindness with objects, coloring, or stickers).
Kindness Project for Children and Adults of All Ages
You’ll find ideas on the 100 Acts of Kindness Project for Children and Adults of All Ages at Raising Figure Skaters (my other blog).
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