This is a #ClangersforKindness sponsored post written in collaboration with The Clangers and Coolabi. All opinions expressed are my own.
We very often participate in activities as a family where we have the opportunity to leave people, places and just everyday things better than when we encountered them initially. Giving and doing, as acts of service are very important life lessons to teach and model for children. As a parent and an educator, I value my role as being the first teacher in my kids' lives. Each and every moment that we can give of ourselves to other people in our home, our community, and our planet is instrumental in helping to spread kindness and make our world a better place, little by little, muck like life for The Clangers.
Partnering with NYC influencers, The MOMS, Second Chance Toys keeps gently loved plastic toys out of landfills by donating them to children in need, while working to "instill the important life lessons about giving back and saving the earth." The Clangers support the important message of working together as a team and teach kids problem-solving skills, and essential life skills such as being kind to one another and our planet in a manner that engages little learners.
How will your family create kindness on World Kindness Day and everyday?
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