MIDDLEVILLE, Michigan — A little boy saw that his classmates didn't have mittens.  So, he did something about it.  And he did it on his own birthday.

According to a post on the Thornapple Kellogg Schools website, McFall Elementary student Zak realized a lot of his friends didn't have mittens to wear outside in the snow.  So, for his birthday - instead of bringing in cookies - he brought in new, knitted mittens which his mother made.  Now, everyone in Mrs. Dahlberg's kindergarten class has a pair.  Each classmate also got a card that says, "Friend... thank you for celebrating my birthday with me."  Zak's mom, Theresa says, "He's got a big heart.  He loves helping people."

Clearly, he does.  Zak... happy birthday.  You are amazing.  You get today's One Good Thing.

And remember the One Good Thing Facebook page where you can see more One Good Things that don't make it to air. 

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