INSIDE: How to spread happiness and cheer with fun kids cardboard kindness signs. Easy ways for kids and families to spread kindness during hard times like Coronavirus.
What to do with all that cardboard from our (too many) online shipments? Outside of recycling it, of course. ♻
Here’s an idea… Cut up that oversized cardboard box, set out the paints and markers and make KINDNESS signs instead!
So grab the scissors and encourage creativity by coming up with fun kindness sayings and cheerful jokes to spread happiness around the neighborhood today.
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How to Spread Cheer with Kids Cardboard Kindness Signs
Regardless of the times, we can use a silly joke, a funny drawing and a kind word. All day, any day.
And with the recent school closings, extracurriculars on hold and complete change in routine caused by the Coronavirus pandemic, we all need some cheering up!
So we hauled two big cardboard boxes out of the recycling bin and cut them into sections.
After a quick coating with white spray paint, they were the perfect canvases for kids cardboard kindness signs!
How to Make Cardboard Kindness Signs and Spread Happiness
Use whatever supplies you already have at home for this easy kids kindness craft project.
Some cardboard signs had silly jokes, like “Did you hear the story about germ?” (The answer: “Never mind. I don’t want to spread it around!”)
Others had simple sayings like “Think sunny thoughts” and “I hope your day is amazing!”
How to Make the Best Family Kindness Signs
Many of our kids cardboard kindness signs were Coronavirus-specific.
However, any message can be written, drawn and painted. Regardless of a contagious virus! ⚠
What can you reuse, reduce and/or recycle today to spread happiness, cheer and KINDNESS?
More Kids Kindness Ideas
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