2 Competition sports / creative arts.
- There needs to be a time where children
have the chance to learn some skills. What you offer depends
on what volunteers you have.
- Sport: children learn drills related to
basketball, soccer or volleyball, and then play the game.
Coaches oversee each area. Competition events can be organized
with other KidsGames partners.
- Creative arts: you can offer creative arts such
as, hand painted teeshirts, photography, dance, drama. The list
Seen below the children of Barbados hand-painting
the Kisses from Heaven
tee shirts, giving them an opportunity to sow a seed of love
into the lives of the children in Africa.
3 Fun Games. Relay races, water
fun, and silly games can be used with the younger children.
is a project where children serve the community – and
at the same time, join children all over the world.
Seen here the children of Barbados packing
Make Jesus Smile shoeboxes
for the children of Haiti.
Click on the picture to learn more
The project can be worked on daily, or just once
during your program. As the children work on a hands-on project
and also learn about what it means to serve, they will discover
that they can serve even as children. Choose something in your community
or in another country that will capture the children’s imaginations.
It helps if the children can visit the project if it is near, or
if there are photos, or someone who can come and talk to you about
the project. Make the children’s contribution as practical
as possible – it is better that they make something or do
something rather than simply bringing money.
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