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29 Awesome Character Building Activities

29 Awesome Character Building Activities

Character building activities foster the development of ethical and responsible behavior by teaching individuals about the good values they should have.

It teaches the values associated with:

  • Caring about other people
  • Honesty
  • Responsibility
  • Other important traits necessary for upstanding citizens

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11 Unique Talent Show Ideas For Adults & Kids

11 Unique Talent Show Ideas For Adults And Kids

Everyone loves a talent show. The only thing more fun than watching one is participating. The feeling one gets when the audience applauds is one of validation for one’s efforts and provides a sense of elation found nowhere else. Of course, one of the challenges is finding an act that one can do. This article makes it easy for you to find an act that will not only be fun, but also wow your audience. We have ideas for adults and kids that use the talents you already have. We also have talent show ideas for those who think they have no talent at all. Additionally, we provide some talent show tips, guaranteed to make your experience easier.
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27 Effective Fundraising Ideas for College Students

27 Effective Fundraising Ideas for College Students

College is stressful and worry about finances only adds to a student’s anxiety. Whether you are an individual student or the person in charge of fundraising for your club or organization, we have an idea for you. Our list of college fundraising ideas has been tried and tested for success. We have ideas for individual students, small groups, and college clubs of every size. Some of our ideas will be familiar, but time has shown they continue to be successful sources of income for college students. Whichever fund-raising idea you choose, being enthusiastic and excited will help guarantee success.
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15 Pros and Cons of Charter Schools

15 Pros and Cons of Charter Schools

Parents have more choices for educating their children than ever before. Homeschooling, private academies and Christian schools, and public education including charter schools all have both benefits and drawbacks. With so many options available, it becomes imperative to understand as much as possible about each alternative educational option. In this article, we will help you understand what exactly a charter school is, how it is funded, as well as the pros and cons of a charter school education. We will also tell you what to consider before enrolling your child and how to pursue the application process.
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22 Pros and Cons of Homeschooling

22 Homeschooling Pros and Cons

Since the 1970s, homeschooling has been viewed as an alternative education option. However, its popularity has increased in recent years. Currently U. S. homeschooling serves about one and a half million school aged children. It is difficult to know the exact number as some states do not require parents to register the homeschool with a state agency. Statistics do show homeschooling is increasing by 7 to 15 percent each year. States with school districts providing quality education do not have as many homeschoolers as those who do not.
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Christian Icebreakers

Icebreakers for Christian gatherings help participants of every age relax and get ready for study, fun, or fellowship. We have divided our selection of Christian icebreakers by age group to make it easy for you to find the perfect one for any size, age, or group composition.

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Youth Ministry Games

Youth Ministry Games

The purpose of these Youth Ministry Games is to give teens and pre-teens a chance to belong to a group that wants to have fun, and is also interested in building faith, and a relationship with Jesus Christ.

These games for youth ministry are set up for both small as well as large groups. Some adapting will always take place by the group leaders to fit your space, to best fit your youth ages, and to match your desired outcome and your purpose for playing these games.

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Icebreakers for Middle School Students

Icebreaker Games for Middle School Students

One of the most challenging age groups to work with are students in middle school. They are often easily bored, competitive, and difficult to please and control.

Our selection of icebreaker games for middle school students have taken these characteristics into consideration. You will find many games designed to settle a group and make them think. We have, of course, included some fun and active games. Just make sure you choose any involving something sweet at a time when you want to increase the middle schoolers’ energy level!

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Icebreakers for High School Students

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Providing effective icebreaker activities for high school students can be challenging. You need to access moods, group dynamics, and the comfort level of participants. We have chosen a wide variety of icebreakers for high school students from which you should be able to find the perfect icebreaker game. We have included introductory icebreakers, team building icebreakers, some rather calm icebreaker games, as well as some that are just crazy and fun.

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