And in support of Mental Health Awareness Week, we are asking families to list acts of kindness to carry out over the next seven days.
Former Manchester United, Coventry City and Aston Villa striker Dion Dublin, who is now a television presenter, is supporting the campaign and explains in the video above the importance of being kind.
Whether it is clapping for the National Health Service, carers and frontline staff on Thursday or reaching out to someone who may be isolated by phone, email or letter, there are plenty of small, simple acts of kindness.
To help you get started with your Kindness Goals challenge, we have created a free downloadable worksheet for you to use.
Don't worry if you cannot print this resource, simply grab some paper and a pen and get writing.
If you are stuck for ideas and want some inspiration on acts of kindness, see how Premier League clubs are helping the NHS and their communities at the moment. You may find some useful tips for your own list.
We want to hear how you are making a positive difference, which could help encourage others to follow suit.
To support your own positive wellbeing, our Stay Well hub offers expert advice and top tips to help you stay well, stay strong and stay positive.
For more exciting home-learning activities for the family to try, check out the Primary Stars website.
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