Fifth graders fanned out across Bristol, England handing out flowers and hiding inspiring messages in library books to uplift as many people as they could.

The project was part of “Brilliant Bristol,” an effort to “make Bristol the UK’s happiest city” and set a world record for the most random acts of kindness in a single day.

The jury’s still out on the world record, but responses on the BBC Points West Facebook page are hailing the project as a success.

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“These are the Life Skills we should be teaching our children,” Chris Gould wrote.

“That’s such a lovely thing for children to do,” Shazia Sheikh added, “More schools should do this. It makes the children feel good as well as others. Brilliant.”

(WATCH the video above from BBC Points West) — Photo: BBC 

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