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Gamification Design 2: Non-Profit: Share a Book. Volunteer your time to read to a child or the elderly. Gain respect, laughter, and new insights. …

Gamification Design 2: Non-Profit: Share a Book. Volunteer your time to read to a child or the elderly. Gain respect, laughter, and new insights.

Book Club of the Month Club; win rewards for each book read.

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  • Excitement, pleasure, learn from someone who has lived a lot longer than you.
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    • 1. Read a book to a child or an elderly person. Experience the fantasy world of a child. Read history or reveal something new to the older generation.
    • 2. Watch as a child learns from the world you bring to them with words
    • 3. The generation ahead loves the company of a story
    • 4. Read to an older person in the neighborhood or retirement center. Just 30 -60 minutes a week /month. Can make a difference. A study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, found that older people who read regularly are two and a half times less likely to have Alzheimer’s. While that doesn’t mean reading alone will prevent Alzheimer’s, it does suggest that there’s a correlation between intellectual pursuits, like reading, and prevention.
    • 5. Reading to others will increase confidence and fulfillment The person receiving your storytelling will appreciate your time and sharing. The knowledge from reading books is invaluable. Reading to someone else is rewarding by their response and expression of delight. Read for laughing, smiles, a new journey, history, the future, how to do something new.
    • 6. Bring the light from books to a child or the elder for sharing new adventures and gratitude. Volunteer a few minutes a week
    • 7. Reward 1 Read a book by video and leave at a retirement center or school
    • 8. Reward II EEEEEE
    • 9. Reward III

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