Kids’ activities can be more than a new video game or a trip to the local theme park! Kids’ activities can be educational and provide life-changing impact. In this magazine, we’re sharing activities that kids do around the world and using them as teaching tools.
Some of the activities focus on cultures unfamiliar to many kids. For example, children will learn about Tanzania and compare how the kids in that country are different from those who live in your hometown. As you talk about the similarities and differences, use the activity to education your children about poverty and other global issues.
Another one of the kids’ activities is a Haitian fable about a dog and cat. Your children will learn how kids in other countries play and have fun… all while having fun themselves!
Let your kids’ activities be fun and educational!
Think about your hopes and dreams while you do these two fun activities.
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Let’s see what Luis does after school in Colombia!
How much do you know about meals in other countries?
Take this quiz to find out if you’re a positive teammate.
Help Rani get from home to her Compassion center in time for a cricket game.
Print out this story, then have a friend call out silly words to fill in the blanks!
A printable calendar packed with ideas will keep you entertained and growing all season long.
Can you find the hidden pictures in a busy scene from Tanzania?
Print out fun puzzles, a coloring page and stationery for writing to a friend.
Your kids will enjoy doing these coloring pages and fun puzzles together >>
True treasures are those things we do for others to show them Jesus’ love.
Here are some ideas for how you can discover true treasures.
These fun games from around the world will keep you on your toes!
Try these fun international games with your kids >
Make your way through the maze while collecting wisdom and avoiding bullies.
Dangers to health lurk everywhere in developing countries. Thanks to sponsors, Compassion teaches kids how to avoid sickness.
See if you can fill in the blanks about Alanyu's school day in Uganda, a country in East Africa.
Print out this picture puzzle to see how Paola gets to her Compassion center!
Do you know the names of different groups of African animals? For example, a group of leopards is called a leap.
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