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Be kind this Christmas

The festive season is a time to celebrate with friends and family, and to spread joy and goodwill to people near and far. It’s a time to be kind – and that’s why we’re inviting you to join The Week Junior’s 12 Days of Kindness challenge. 

We've created a fun activity planner for you to print, stick up and to check off with 12 ways for you to show kindness, well-being and fun over the festive season. Take a look  below and check out our handy ideas to help you complete each day.

We’d love to hear about the kind things you’ve done and how they made you feel. Share your experiences with us at hello@theweekjunior.co.uk or ask an adult to share them on social media @theweekjunior with #12daysofkindness.

Have fun, smile and be kind. 

The Week Junior Team

12 Days of Kindness
       In support of Action for Children: iamsanta.org.uk/kindness 


Keep track of your progress with our poster

Your FREE Poster

Use the handy checklist on our colourful poster to tick off the days of kindness you complete. 

Looking for inspiration? Here are some helpful tips to help you with your challenges 


Get creative and don't forget write a special message.


The Children's Theatre Digital will show you how to create a pantomime for friends and family. Just click above and let the show begin.

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We'd love to receive books that families have grown out of, click above to find out how!

Christmas jokes

Get friends and family laughing with our top Christmas jokes!

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The Wildlife Trust has provided us with this great recipe for garden wildlife, and reindeers too! ( Always ask an adult’s permission before preparing food).

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Find out how your family could become a Secret Santa for Action for Children.

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Take charge of your family’s recycling and help the environment!




For most of us, the festive season is a happy time. But there are children all over the UK who face a Christmas without food, warmth or love. 

Action for Children is working hard to change this, but they need our help. That is why The Week Junior is supporting its Secret Santa campaign this Christmas. 

You don’t need a team of reindeer or a magic sleigh. By becoming an Action for Children Secret Santa, you could bring happiness, warmth and safety to vulnerable children across the UK. 

To find out more about Action for Children and its Secret Santa campaign, please go to: iamsanta.org.uk/kindness

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