Last week, I wrote about our habit for this month which is 'humility' or being humble.
It's easy to talk and write about these things, but what about HOW we can practice them? This week, I thought I'd share some fun ways you can remind yourself of this important habit.
RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS
Random acts of kindness are small things that are done by people- sometimes strangers!- that have no motive or recognition. This means that a person has done something kind for no particular reason- except that they felt like it!
Why don't you write down as many random acts of kindness as you can think of, and start making a list of your own to complete? I'm going to start by writing a card to my sister just to tell her how brilliant I think she is!
Draw a picture of someone being humble. Then draw another picture of someone being prideful and arrogant. How do they look different?
3. HUMBLE POEM
Write an acrostic poem where the first letter of each word spells out the word HUMBLE.
4. HUMBLE COMIC BOOK
Staple or stick together 5-10 pieces of paper in the centre and fold them into a book. Ask an adult to help you! Then use crayons and markers to create a story that shows humility. You could even create a superhero story!
5. HUMBLE HANDS
This is a version of tag where you help each other out. You can play it with members of your family. You start with one 'it' person. The 'it' person must tag another person and say something nice about them. Now, there are two 'it' people. You continue to tag and say something nice about everyone tagged until there isn't anyone left.
Please don't forget that you can email me any examples of you being humble, or any of these activities, at:
Have a wonderful rest of the week everyone!