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Does your child enjoy using the computer, your smart phone, or your tablet? These new tools not only provide entertainment, but also opportunities to teach children about giving back and making the world a better place.
Since kids today live in a "wired" world, parents have the chance to expose their children to philanthropy in a very modern way, using innovative tools and games that help connect the world together. Here are five ideas for how you can use these amazing tools to provide your kiddos a personal experience with charity.
Using these simple ideas, you can show your children how the internet can spark interest and get them moving toward making the world a better place!
Jan Helson is CEO of Pixel Entertainment and creator of The Global Game Changers brand. For more ways to educate your children about philanthropy, check out the Global Game Changers website: theglobalgamechangers.com. On it, kids have the opportunity to learn about different types of charities, tell their own stories of what they do to “Ignite Good,” learn about other kids and what they are doing to make the world a better place, play fun games, and even use their points to help The Global Game Changers Superhero Alliance decide where to donate money each month.
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