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by Pamela Espeland,Barbara A. Lewis

ePub The Kid's Guide to Service Projects: Over 500 Service Ideas for Young People Who Want to Make a Difference (Self-Help for Kids Series) download
Author:
Pamela Espeland,Barbara A. Lewis
ISBN13:
978-0915793822
ISBN:
0915793822
Language:
Publisher:
Free Spirit Publishing (January 1, 1995)
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Subcategory:
Geography & Cultures
ePub file:
1756 kb
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1135 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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358

A gold mine for kids who want to make a difference. Barbara A. Lewis is a national award-winning author and educator who teaches kids how to think and solve real problems.

A gold mine for kids who want to make a difference. Books for the Teen Age, New York Public Library. Her students at Jackson Elementary School in Salt Lake City, Utah, initiated the cleanup of hazardous waste, improved sidewalks, planted thousands of trees, and fought crime.

A good book for a student who wants self help in choosing a project that can make a difference in their community. It's filled with practical advice and next steps.

Also included are helpful "how-to" lists such as creating a flyer, a survey, or even a statewide fund. A good book for a student who wants self help in choosing a project that can make a difference in their community.

The MY HERO Project Library. MY HERO recommends this book to children readers. The Kid''s Guide to Service Projects: Over 500 Service Ideas for Young People Who Want to Make a Difference. By Barbara A. Lewis, Pamela Espeland. Publisher: Free Spirit Publishing; (January 1995). Synopsis This guide has something for everyone who wants to make a difference, from simple projects to large scale commitments.

This guide has something for everyone who wants to make a difference. Features and benefits include: · Over 500 service learning project ideas, from simple to large scale. The Ten Steps to Successful Service Projects

Written by. Lewis.

Written by. Manufacturer: Free Spirit Publishing Release date: 1 January 1995 ISBN-10 : 0915793822 ISBN-13: 9780915793822.

Service Projects : Over 500 Service Ideas for Young People Who Want to Make a Difference.

book by Barbara A. The Kid's Guide to Service Projects : Over 500 Service Ideas for Young People Who Want to Make a Difference.

If you want NextDay, we can save the other items for later. Yes-Save my other items for later. No-I want to keep shopping. President Barack Obama has called for increased participation in community service, this revitalized book is sure to find a whole new audience of eager young change-makers.

Over 500 service learning project ideas, from simple to large scale

Over 500 service learning project ideas, from simple to large scale. Fourteen thematic chapters covering topics commonly selected for community service such as animals, the environment, literacy, seniors, people with special needs, health and wellness. The Ten Steps to Successful Service Projects. Part of Self-Help for Kids® Free Spirit is the leading publisher of learning tools that support children’s social-emotional health. Praise for The Kid’s Guide to Service Projects Highly recommended, affordably priced, and ready to be used, this workbook starts in the hands of teachers, parents, and youth group leaders.

Barbara A Lewis, Pamela Espeland. This guide has something for everyone who wants to make a difference, from simple projects to large-scale commitments. Kids can choose from a variety of popular topics including animals, safety, health, and the environment. A special section gives step-by-step instructions for creating flyers, petitions, press releases, and more.

This guide has something for everyone who wants to make a difference, from simple projects to large-scale commitments. Kids can choose from a variety of popular topics including animals, safety, health, and the environment. A special section gives step-by-step instructions for creating flyers, petitions, press releases, and more. The Kid’s Guide to Service Projects features: * The 10 steps to successful service projects * 15 thematic chapters covering topics commonly selected for service projects: Animals, Community Development and Beautification, Crime Fighting, The Environment, Friendship, Health, Holidays, Homelessness, Hunger, Literacy, People with Special Needs, Politics and Government, Safety, Senior Citizens, Transportation    * Numerous listings of service organization addresses and Web sites * Important facts and statistics related to each topic
  • I bought the book because I wanted ideas for cub scout projects, but a lot of the ideas are really too much for cub scouts. It's got a lot of good ideas for teenagers and young adults. It organized well, but I think the content appeals to an audience between 13-18 years of age.

  • I bought this book to use as a reference for my Girl Scout troop this year. After going through it and seeing all it has to offer, I am so excited that I got this book! My girls are going to love it! It was well written and the service projects are perfect for kids of all ages.

  • I wish that someone would have written this book when I was a young Girl Scout, but alas no one did and we had to come up with our own service projects to do in the community. But this book is here to help those women and men that now have troops and don't have time to come up with projects for girls to do, its not that they are lazy its just that girls aren't allowed to use their brains for anything that would be worthwhile for the community, BUT still a good book to have in your troop box.

  • This book has so many ideas for projects to be used with the youth anticipating to work with. I believe it will motivate them to be change makers in their right.

  • Not a bad book. Good ideas. Some repetition.

  • Book is new like it clamed. Arrived in perfect time. Will be a great help to our Cub Scouts and my Girl Scouts as well. Thank you for Great service.

  • It is age appropriate. I think the ideas are really helpful. I loved the WHY you should do it and the how to section. I believe it is imperative we teach our kids to be good citizens. I believe it is never to early to pay it forward and volunteer. We are creating the leaders of the future and this book starts the process.

  • I teach 4th grade in the City of Chicago. This book served as a guide for a service learning project with the class. It is full of marvelous ideas for younger students and older (high school) students who might be struggling to find an idea. There are plenty of references and contacts, so that the learner can easily find more information.

    I would absolutely recommend this book for anyone who has ever thought about including service learning in their home, school, or personal lives!