06 December, 2013

Kids Musings Dec. edition

Four times a year I put together a newsletter for kids about Japan, I've been doing this for over 10 years now. It started as a desire to reach out to the children of our supporters. I was given a passion for mission as a child and I wanted to provide a tool for our supporters to do the same for their kids. 

Here is the "Kids Musings" I've done this week (I've modified it, so that it is not personalised at all). The theme I'm using this year is seasons. 

If you would like to take this and use it yourself or give it to others, please feel free. One of my sons asked me yesterday if we, "sold these". Yes, the entrepreneurial one! But no, it is totally free for your use. If you'd like a better quality version, just send me an email.

1 comment:

Ken Rolph said...

I wanted to do the haiku puzzle but it was too small a print. Even when I printed it out the numbers were too fuzzy to distinguish.

Probably just as well. I shouldn't really try to do haiku. As a Sydneysider I don't really believe in the idea of 4 equal, distinct and regular seasons. Nope, it's fire, flood and drought that are our true seasons. Perhaps I should try thinking of seasonal keywords for them.