Treasure Hunt Kids in Compassion’s program treasure letters from their sponsors. They keep them in safe places to read again and again, which makes them feel happy. But for this activity, Pablo’s sponsor letters are missing — because a naughty kinkajou scattered them around Pablo’s home in an Ecuador jungle neighborhood. See if you can…

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… those who are poor in spirit or sad. When you read the New Testament in your Bible, doesn’t it seem hard to understand some of the things Jesus says? I can only imagine the faces of Jesus’ neighbors who had gathered to listen to his famous Sermon on the Mount. That’s where Jesus first…

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Plantains are a super popular and nutritious food eaten in South America. They’re kind of like bananas, but bigger, tougher and less sweet. There are tons of different yummy ways to cook and eat plantains. Grab your family and try preparing plantains two different ways: salty and sweet! Peeling Plantains Adult help needed. This can…

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Art From the Heart Have you ever woken up with an idea that can help change lives? Five-year-old Evie did!  One morning, Evie woke up with a great idea to create art to help kids in need — like the girl her family sponsors! Not only are kids in poverty having to stay home because…

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What is your home built out of? Look at the photos below of homes around the world. How are they similar to and different from yours? Many families in South America do not live in poverty. They have homes that were built a lot like yours — with wood, bricks or other strong materials. But…

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