Kindness rocks — literally! The inspirational movement is in full swing all over Baltimore this summer. It’s the perfect beat-the-heat craft because it keeps little fingers busy and helps brighten someone’s day! 

Make one at home or join one of the workshops around town.

How to Make Kindness Rocks

Materials

Rocks (You can find these in your own backyard or purchase smooth river stones at a garden store)
Acrylic Craft Paint
Acrylic Spray Sealer
Paint Pens or Sharpies

Instructions

Rinse and dry your rocks (especially if you found them outside!)

Using the acrylic craft paint, paint the entire rock. Let dry.

Choose the message you want to write on the rock. Using a paint pen or Sharpie marker, decorate your rock!

After you rock has dried, leave it for someone to find!

Make Kindness Rocks Around Town

Kindness Rock Station at our Wacky and WONDERful Play Date
Saturday, June 30 | Center Plaza | 10 AM – 12 PM

Join (cool) progeny and Downtown Partnership of Baltimore for a wacky play date! One of our craft stations will be kindness rocks — so swing by and make one there! Just $5/family and Summer Passport Holders get in FREE! MORE

Kindness Rock Painting Walk-In Workshop
Saturday, July 7 | Revolution Yoga | 11:30 AM Kids Yoga, 12:30 PM Rock Painting 

Create your own kindness rock(s) with a positive message/image and keep them for yourself, or hide them somewhere for someone else to find!
Revolution Yoga is holding our Kids yoga class (ages 4-9) from 11:30-12:30 then jumping right into painting! Feel free to come by at your leisure; they will be holding space from 12:30-2:00pm.  *$10/participant… 3 small rocks or 1 large rock. Additional: $5 for 3 small or 1 large* MORE

Kindness Rocks at Enoch Pratt Library
Ongoing All Summer Long | Enoch Pratt – Southeast Anchor Branch

Spread random acts of kindness as you help our Kindness Rocks garden grow. Visit the Southeast Anchor Library anytime this summer and add an inspirational stone to our Kindness Rocks garden. One positive message can change someone’s day. MORE

 

Photo courtesy of Revolution Yoga.