Donate to Those in Need
Include your child in the entire donation process. The more they’re involved, the more they’ll learn. Collect gently used toys and give them to an orphanage or homeless shelter. Allow your youngster to choose which toys they no longer need. Discuss the destination of the toys with your kid and let them choose the toys they are willing to give. Assist your kid in identifying clothing items to give to other children. Allow them to choose which goods to provide. Another option is to cook a meal with your child and donate the meal to those in need.
Create Thank You Cards
Thank you cards do not have to include coercing your children into writing letters to everyone who has given them presents. Instead of that, tell your youngster that there are always individuals to thank outside of the Christmas season. Mention all the individuals who labor behind the scenes to improve your child’s life and urge them to express gratitude. Assist your youngster in writing thank you messages to someone they admire or help them write letters of appreciation to police officers and firefighters in your town for their service.
Perform Tasks for Others
Provide acts of service to those in need. When you make this a habit, your kid will be aware of others in need and chances to assist. You can teach your child to help a neighbor with yard work or volunteer at an old-age home.