Remember fold-up “fortune tellers”? Then you’ll enjoy making these fun origami fortune tellers that are filled with kindness activities. They are perfect for play dates, road trips or enlivening wait times. See if your family can turn one of their choices into a kindness action item. Just as valuable, see if the choices can prompt thoughtful conversations.
Talk to your child: What other questions or activities would you add to the fortune teller? Would you like to create your own fortune teller? You can! Try it out by using this template.
Book to share: 201 Questions to Ask Your Kids; 201 Questions to Ask Your Parents by Pepper Schwartz. Ages 10 and up. This book is full of questions that will open broader conversations beyond the topics of giving and kindness.