Teens and Families Perform Acts of Kindness with Boom Boom Cards

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When I was first contacted to review Boom Boom! cards, I thought they were just a game. I couldn’t have been more wrong. Each pack, Teen, Family, Green or Original, contains a deck of cards in which each card suggests an act of kindness for each person to do.

The Boom Boom! cards can be as simple as just doing the intentional (rather than random) act of kindness or it can be much more. Each card has a tracking code number. You can register the cards at boomboomcards and after you do your act of kindness, go back to the website and tell your story. Then pass on your card to a friend and follow it on the website.

I received a copy of the Teen Edition of Boom Boom! cards and the ideas are great and ones that teens might actually do. Some examples are:

  • Burn a Cd or create a playlist that inspires and motivates; give it to someone you think needs it.
  • When your parents or guardian asks, “How was your day?” actually tell them. (I love this one).
  • Help someone study for a test.

The family cards allows families to work together doing acts of kindness. With the Green Boom Boom! cards, players will perform simple, easy intentional acts of greeness for planet Earth and the original set of cards are meant for anyone to perform revolutionary acts of kindness. If everyone starts buying these inexpensive cards, and then passes them on after using them, we might actually have a better world to live in.

Full Disclosure: I received a free copy of the teen version of these cards to review (retail price $10)

See also:  
Help Oxfam Fight Hunger with World Food Day
Family Volunteer Resources 

Heart Gallery NYC – Unique Program Finds Adoptive Parents for Foster Children

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