YarnCraft – Summer Crafting with Kids 04 :: Connect Your Kids with Charity Work

21 Jul

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This is the fourth episode of our special series, Summer Crafting with Kids, coming to you on alternate Tuesdays when YarnCraft’s regular episodes aren’t on. Join us all summer long!

Yarncrafts provide a great way to make items to give to charity, whether its for patients at a local hospital, children in poor areas all over the world, or animals at a shelter. On today’s episode, we talk about different charity projects that you and your child can do with your yarncrafts. Liz & Zontee share tips on selecting a charity that will interest your child, getting the community involved, and encouraging kids of all ages and skill levels to discover the joys of giving to others.

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Show Notes:
00:11 Intro
01:21 Yarncrafting for charity with your kids
14:35 Thanks

  • Brandy Rutledge

    I find it extraordinary that lionbrand is putting charity out there, It comes at a time when I am trying to teach my ten year old daughter Victoria the principles of pay it forward and random act of kindness. She and I are working on afghans for the afghans for angel charity as our crafting with kids AND charity project.

    Brandy Rutledge