Share a Story: children can make a real difference too



It’s never too early to start teaching our children about how they can make a real difference to someone else’s life. The Endeavour Elementary School in Issaquah, Washington is doing just that.

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The school has come up with a unique way of combining its humanitarian goals with its literacy goals: it is encouraging pupils to write story books for children in schools in the Cook Islands as part of its enriching “Share a Story” project. To date, the pupils have written over 115 books, with even the youngest pupils in kindergarten helping create alphabet and number books.

The recipients just love the stories. So much so that they too have been inspired to write – sending not just hand-written thank you notes, but hand-drawn and hand-printed stories back to the children in Washington.

This is a truly inspiring project, giving the next generation a wider perspective on the world and the positive impact they can have on it.

How else can we nourish the next generation?

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