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Free Christmas Kindness Printables

Looking for some fun and festive Christmas Kindness printables to help your kids cultivate a heart of kindness and service to others this holiday season?

What better way to shine the light of Jesus this holiday season than with random acts of Christmas kindness! This is truly the best way to help us always remember the true meaning of the Christmas holiday season.

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What is Christmas Kindness?

What exactly is Christmas kindness?

Simply put, it is the act of going out of our way to show kindness to others in a variety of ways throughout the holiday season (the month of December).

Yes, as Christians, we should be kind to others all 365 days of the year, but during the month of December, we can take it up a notch as we prepare our hearts for the celebration of the birth of our Saviour.

Christmas kindness is the best way to spread holiday cheer to others and is the best way for others to see Jesus through our actions.

How Do You Show Kindness at Christmas

How exactly do you show kindness to others during the Christmas season? Of course, being kind should be something we teach our kids to do year-round, during the holiday season, we really want our kids to shine God’s light even brighter!

Christmas kindness ideas include things like:

  • donating a favorite toy to charity
  • delivery a meal to a neighbor
  • helping a parent with house chores
  • leaving a thoughtful note for someone

Of course, these are just a few ideas! During the Christmas season, there are so many ways for our children to develop a heart of kindness and service to others!

Christmas Acts of Kindness Printables

If you are like me – a super busy mom – you don’t have time to create fancy games and stuff for your kids. You leave that to the experts and find printables that you can just print out at home and let your kids get to work on them!

Fortunately, there are some super-crafty moms out there who specialize in creating these types of printables! Below you will find a wide variety of Christmas Acts of Kindness printables to help encourage a spirit of kindness in your children this year!

Christmas Kindness Calendars

Christmas kindness calendars are great because they provide a specific act or task that your child can do each day during the month of December.

Some of them are more like a countdown to Christmas with an act of kindness for all 25 days leading up the Christmas. Others have an act of kindness to share for all 30 days of this month.

Here are just a few places to find some more festive and fun kindness calendars for the Christmas season:

Printable Christmas Kindness Cards

Christmas kindness cards are printable cards that have specific kindness tasks/acts for your child to perform. They can be printed out and put in a bowl or stacked like a deck of cards. Each day, have your child draw a new card and set out to accomplish that particular act of Christmas kindness!

Wonder Mom Wannabe also has some really cute printable Christmas Kindness cards that you can use.

Another type of Christmas kindness card is more like a note to the person you are showing kindness to. Instead of being a directive for the child to do something, these cards are left with the person to let them know someone cares (and hopefully brighten their day!).

Random Acts of Christmas Kindness Printables

Who doesn’t love a random act of Christmas kindness? These RAOK printables provide a variety of acts of kindness for children to offer to others and include a variety of ways to do it.

Christmas Kindness Activities

Christmas kindness activities are fun because they turn regular activities and games such as Bingo (that kids already enjoy) into one that encourages them to develop a spirit of kindness to others.

Christmas kindness challenges such as

Be sure to also check out this list of 24 Christmas kindness activities for kids for some more creative and fun ways to encourage your kids to be kind to others this holiday season and beyond.

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