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  • Name: __________________ # ____ Date: _______________ Random Acts of Kindness A random act of kindness (RAK) is something one person does for anotherperson out of the goodness of their heart. A RAK doesn’t usually cost anymoney, but requires extra thought and an action that helps someone elseeven if it doesn’t do anything for you. This week you will complete one RAKfor someone else each day. You will need to record each of your RAKseach day and then write a paragraph about what you did and how it madeyou feel. Some ideas for RAKs could be helping someone pick up theirgarbage after lunch, inviting someone to play a game with you at recess, oreven writing a note to a family member of teacher to tell them how specialthey are to you. Get creative and have fun being kind to other just becauseyou can!!REMEMBER: 1. Sentences should start with a capital and end with a period, question mark, or exclamation point. 2. A sentence should be a complete thought or idea. Your paragraph should have at least 6 sentences. 3. Strong sentences have vivid details. 4. Your paragraph should stay on topic and have a topic sentence, detail sentences, and a concluding sentence. Don’t forget to indent! 5. All words should be spelled correctly. Have an adult proofread your paragraph before turning it in.Brainstorm ideas from class:
  • Random Acts of Kindness Act: Who was it for? Monday Act: Who was it for? Tuesday Act: Who was it for? Wednesday Act: Who was it for? ThursdayHow did completing the acts of kindness make you feel?________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________What will you do differently each day in the future?________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________