As the Christmas toy ads start appearing in the mail, my kids’ wish lists grow longer and longer. Sometimes with things they didn’t even know existed until that very moment or with things I suspect would only get played with once. Sound familiar?
It is such a special and exciting time of year for so many reasons and it is also the perfect time to try to teach the kids about giving, compassion, and kindness.
This year I thought that it would be a great experience to pack a shoe box for Operation Christmas Child. We decided we would shop for a girl, age 5-9, and set out to the stores with ideas (ideas are given on the site which makes it so easy).
Before we drop off the box in November, we will sit down and write a letter or draw a picture to include with it. I’m looking forward to the experience of dropping the box off together.
This holiday season build a box with your family to teach kindness, compassion, and generosity!
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Operation Christmas Child. The opinions and text are all mine.