Each title is filled with examples of volunteer opportunities that can be accomplished with some adult involvement and supervision to guide, steer, and maintain focus so that youngsters will have varied and successful experiences.
Readers will find many encouraging suggestions for helping others, from walking the dog to volunteering at a food bank. Relatable stories and photographs explore many ways for readers to lend a helping hand in their homes, schools, and communities.
Jeremy wants a pair of those shoes everyone seems to have but his grandma cannot afford them, Then he realizes that the things he has - warm boots, a loving grandmother, and a good friend - are worth more than things he wants.
1) Why did grandma say there was no room for ‘want’ there, just ‘need’?
2) When Jeremy’s shoes came apart, who brought him a new pair? Was wearing those shoe...
Summary: Minna does a lot of thinking about her project to do something kind, make a picture about what she did, and share it with her classmates, but finally comes up with an idea that spreads to the whole school.
From all the kind acts shown in the book, how many have you done?
Encourage your family to create your own kindness quilt! Hang it on a wall where everyo...