Random Kindness Generator

I wanted something fun to do today with my boys during Lunch Bunch.   Both groups are very active and I need hands on activities to keep them settled down and focused.  I often worry that they won't like the craft projects I pick out or that they will think that the activities are to babyish, but they always seem to enjoy themselves.  Today's project, though, I was excited about and it was a hit.  The theme this week is still Random Acts of Kindness and my bulletin board with the definitions of Random Acts of Kindness is still up from Wednesday's and Thursday's groups. 

After we talked about what were some Random Acts of Kindness, I put the boys to work cutting and folding their papers.

We made a Random Kindness Generator. . . AKA cootie catcher or fortune teller.  I have been seeing a lot of fortune tellers on Pinterest, but of course, could not find one that fit my needs, so I recreated one.  Here it is:

Here they are playing. . .

These were great.  I'll be using them again next week with my girls!  If you would like a copy, you can find them in my TpT store here.  

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    1. Hi Carol,
      I love the RAK fortune teller lesson! I would like to do it with a group next week. Is there a way I can make a copy or is it on T.P.T.?

      1. Hi Natalie!

        Yes, the RAK fortune teller is in my TpT store. Here is the link: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Fortune-Tellers-1630908


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