Doing good for others makes you feel good. It's as simple as that!
These ideas can all be done during lockdown.
Tell someone a joke to cheer them up.
Draw your mum or dad a picture or write them a letter to say 'thank you' or 'I love you'.
Ask a brother or sister if they would like to play a game with you but let them choose the game! Or read a story to a younger brother or sister.
Go on a litter collecting walk around your local area. Remember to wash your hands afterwards and go with an adult so that you don't pick up anything dangerous.
Clear up a mess you didn't make or help an adult tidy out a cupboard at home.
Write a letter to a family member or friend who you haven't seen for ages. You could also include a picture or make a card.
Tell your teacher what a great job they're doing. Or you could write or draw something for them to say 'thank you'.
Help out at home without being asked. You could make the beds, clear the dinner table, wash up, clean the car or tidy up for example.
Give someone a compliment - this could be someone at home or you could phone someone up.
Call a relative. If you find it hard to know what to say, write a list of things to tell them about and questions to ask before you start the conversation.
Bake some cakes or biscuits for someone else.
Be kind to the environment by making sure your family recycle when possible.
Smile at the people you pass when you are out walking.
Video call a friend. You could even write some jokes or a quiz for them to make them smile.
Sort through some old toys and books you no longer use and put them in a bag ready to donate to charity.
Make a feeder for the birds. If you don't have a garden, you could hang it outside a window or from a balcony.
It can be hard to think of acts of kindness to do during lockdown but here is a brilliant list of ideas. Below is also a calendar which you can print and tick off every day that you do something kind for someone else.