I created these cheery kindness bookmarks because I thought they would be perfect for a random act of kindness at the library. I knew my kids would love the idea!
This post is part of the 100 Acts of Kindness Challenge hosted by Kristina at Toddler Approved and Megan at Coffee Cups and Crayons. The challenge takes place from January 18th – February 14th. Each day they will be sharing random acts of kindness and sharing ideas from other bloggers too. Make sure you follow #100actsofkindness on Instagram to keep up with them!
I created these fun bookmarks that you can keep in your bag and bring with you when you go to the library or the book store. Then, while you are there, you can leave a couple in books for people to find. It’s a simple act of kindness to brighten someone’s day just a bit. I love how cute they look sticking up out of the books too!
Making the Kindness Bookmarks
- Kindness-Bookmarks printable
- Print the bookmarks on white cardstock.
- Cut out the bookmarks.
- Head to your local library or bookstore.
Kindness Bookmarks Random Act of Kindness
We headed to our local library and went to the children’s section. Then we found some of the kids’ favorite books on the shelves and stuck a bookmark in each one. Now when someone checks out that book they will find a happy surprise!
My son was super excited about doing this! He loved sneakily adding the bookmarks to the books. He was also thrilled to surprise people and brighten their day a bit. He wants to do this again and again. Maybe it will become a library tradition!
To find out more about the 100 Acts of Kindness Challenge, click here. Have you done any acts of kindness with your kids? Tell me about them in the comments!