The Global Game Changers was included in a wonderful article about Scarlet Milling, a young girl who does a lot to Ignite Good!
In this season when we encourage our children first to be thankful and then to give in the holiday spirit, there are ways to encourage your own children to be giving.
Read a book about giving. “The Thankful Book,” by Todd Parr, gives examples of what kids can be thankful for such as, “I am thankful for bubble baths because they keep me squeaky-clean,” and “I am thankful for colors because they make me want to paint.” Jan Helson and Rachel Annette Helson’s “The Global Game Changers” uses real examples of children doing amazing things like collecting food for a food bank or socks for the homeless or confronting bullying. You can go to www.theglobalgamechangers.com to log the way you are a global game changer.