Kind, Creative & Connected In The Age Of COVID-19

Projects and resources for kids, families and educators

We hope the below activities will help foster peace with our children, inspire fun with our families and shine a healing light of love upon our world. We’re all in this together!

Ideas & Activities (pdf)


Put Our Peace Pledge Into Action

I pledge to use my words to speak in a kind way.

  • Write notes of friendship that will be attached to each toy that is given to a child in need as part of The Great Toy Giveaway program. Learn more!
  • Sing a happy song! Go curbside caroling with your family; create a music video and share far and wide; sing from your window like the Italians, or simply sing along with the radio.
  • List all the things that make you happy.
  • Send Peaceful Pen Pal letters to other kids. Sign up here. We already have youth in all 50 states and 17 countries participating!
  • Write and mail cards to senior homes to bring extra love and comfort to senior citizens who can no longer receive visitors due to the COVID-19 situation.
  • Hold gratitude circles at dinnertime.
  • Call or FaceTime friends, Grandparents, or Grandfriends just to say hello.
  • Make up a poem with a positive message.
  • Write positive messages on Post-It Notes and place on mirrors in your house.
  • Make Peace Rocks. Paint rocks with kind words and place them around town to delight your neighbors.


I pledge to help others as I go throughout my day.


I pledge to care for our earth with my healing heart and hands.

  • Check out the one-click actions from our friends at Roots and Shoots.
  • Take a hike or visit the beach and pick up litter along the way (remember to keep the 6 feet distance from others!) #SixFeetOfKindness
  • Learn about recycling in your community and discover something new.
  • Water your plants, pick weeds.
  • Harvest seeds from fruits and replant them.
  • Learn about composting and practice in your own garden.


I pledge to respect people in each and every land.

  • Show compassion to end harassment towards Asians who might be experiencing racial discrimination because of COVID-19 fears.
  • Discover something new about a different culture or a different country.
  • Listen to music from different parts of the world.
  • Pick at least one country from each continent and discover their favorite food/dish.


I pledge to join together as we unite the big and small.

  • Let’s safely celebrate birthdays with a Happy Birthday Party Parade! Click here for step by step tips on how to coordinate a successful and safe car parade.
  • Send letters or cards to Senior Homes, Memory Care or Hospice facilities since they are not able to have visitors at this time.
  • Spend time taking care of your pet – feed them, brush them, walk them, clean up after them.


I pledge to do my part to create PEACE for one and all.



Use a free video platform to connect with other kids. Zoom, FaceTime, Skype, WhatsApp and Google Hangouts are some of our go-tos.

  • Lego Masters – Create a LEGO challenge amongst a group of friends. Give the kids a timeframe to create.
  • Send pictures of final creation on a video platform.
  • Start a virtual book club for kids.
  • Take a Virtual Museum Tour together.


Self-care Ideas

We must remember to take care of ourselves so we can take good care of our children!

  1.  Seek accurate information from legitimate sources and set limits around news on COVID-19.
  2.  Look after yourself – exercise & meditate.
  3. Reach out to others and support people around you.
  4. Maintain a sense of hope and positive thinking.
  5. Acknowledge your feelings.
  6. Take time to talk with your children about the COVID-19 outbreak.
  7. Ask for professional support.
  8. Remember you are not alone.

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Create a Routine

While you are home with your children, a routine will be helpful for both your kids and you! We love to make plans, but stay flexible and leave room for the “magic” of the moment to happen.

  • Use school as the framework and honor what had been your child’s routine.
  • Dedicate time for play.
  • Schedule in some easy indoor activities.
  • Go to recess.
  • Make a screen time routine.

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