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  1. Katie @ Happily Ever Mom says:

    Kelly, this is such a fun way to talk about being kind with kids. I can *almost* hear the answers to “What if you don’t like dinner?” now…oy, we are going to need to use these cards for sure! :) Thanks!

  2. Love this post! Pinned it for later and will be downloading these when I’m on my home computer.

  3. I love this! I plan to use this with my daycare kiddos at lunch or snack times. Thank you for making the PDF.

  4. Priscilla says:

    Thank you so much for the free printable! I’m excited to see how the kiddos answer the questions :) This should spice up dinner time conversations, big time! The kindest thing my middle son has done… hmmm. When he was 4 and in preschool he befriended a severely handicapped little boy. He chose to be his friend even though he couldn’t run around like the other kids. When the little boy kid asked him, “Are you my buddy?” He answered, “Yeah, I’m your buddy.” He is such a great kid.

  5. Yeecheng Chua says:

    Thanks very much for the wonderful printout.

  6. Oh, I love this! Such great conversation ideas. Thanks for sharing this post.

  7. Laughing Leopard Press says:

    What a great idea! It’s one thing to tell children to be kind, but this helps them to own it. What a great opportunity to see how the wheels turn in their heads, too. I know sometimes the causes behind actions aren’t always what we thought! Thank you for this idea!

  8. This might sound kind of dramatic, but it’s SO sweet! My mom was watching my 2 year old son, tripped, and fell right on her face to avoid landing on him. Her face was covered in blood, so he ran into her room, opened her bedside drawer, and ran back with our Neosporin spray. (She needed a few stitches but is ok, by the way.)

  9. Hi Kelley,
    I really wanted the freebee you offered but when I clicked on the links it asked me to subscribe. Im already a subscriber.
    So do I need to purchase them?

  10. Kelly thank you so much…I am looking forward to playing this game with my grandkids…it’s good practice as adults to create an atmosphere of mindfulness towards being kind out there…and I love the creativity of the questions as well…

  11. Very interested to do with my for my 2 granddaughters