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  • 1. K ids H elping K ids
  • 2. What is Kid Helping Kids?
    • It is when kids of all ages help other kids of all ages.
    • It is a way for kids to get involved in their community in an encouraging way.
  • 3. Who can you help in the community?
    • Kids who are less fortunate than you are and may be homeless.
    • Kids who are sick and are in hospitals.
    • Kids who have learning disabilities.
    • Kids who have physical disabilities.
  • 4. How can you help kids in your community?
    • By Volunteering in a near by community center, hospital, or school you can get involved with students who have special needs in your area.
  • 5. Why should you help kids in your community?
    • It makes them feel good.
    • It makes you feel good.
    • It helps you understand people who are different from you.
    • It will cause a chain reaction and get other people to want to start helping others too!
  • 6. Where can you help?
    • Research local children’s hospitals that you can visit and ask them what can you do to help them.
    • Go to your local community center and find out what events are coming soon that you can help out with, or help organize an event for the people in the community.
    • Volunteer at your school or another school in the area and work with students who have disabilities.
  • 7.
    • Remember:
      • Share your reflections and ideas on your own blog or comment on ours.
      • Every week we will be posting ideas for service-learning.
      • If you need help you can just email us or post comments on the blog.
    Good Luck!