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Social awareness activities for kids encourage kids to think about others to broaden their knowledge about the world. These activities include making colorful drawings for senior citizens, edible necklaces for the homeless, and much more.

Kids can get involved in so many activities and causes -- without a big investment of time or money. Learn about activities that help kids get more involved with the world around them.

Write A Letter

Write a letter to someone who could use a bit of encouragement, and increase your social awareness at the same time. Writing to soldiers or to senior citizens can be a good way to start.

  What You'll Need
    • Paper
    • Pens or markers
    • Tape

Everyone loves getting mail -- especially soldiers far from home or senior citizens without families of their own. You can help cheer up these sometimes forgotten citizens by writing short, encouraging notes all your own.

Step 1: Remind the folks you write to that people care about them. Tell them to have a great                                   day.

Step 2: Fold the letter into a rectangle and seal it with a piece of tape. Address it to "You" from                                 "Me," but don't include your real name or address.

Step 3: Take your letters to your local senior citizens home or Red Cross office. They'll do the                                 rest.

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Art for Seniors

Making art for seniors encourages kids to brighten the days of senior citizens. From airplanes to animals, drawing a favorite scene and then giving it to a senior citizen makes a great social awareness activity for kids.

  What You'll Need
    • Paper
    • Crayons
    • Cardboard
    • Large envelope
    • Stamps

Many senior citizens find themselves in rest homes far from their own kids and grandkids. You can help brighten their days with a splash of color -- bright and lively artwork only you can give.

Step 1: Draw and color your favorite scene -- anything from animals to airplanes.

Step 2: Add your first name and your age.

Step 3: Glue your artwork to cardboard, and mail it off to a nearby home for the elderly.

If you can share art once a month, your gift will keep on giving. If you can enlist your entire class to join in the fun, you'll inspire dozens of smiles and warm feelings.

Edible Necklaces

Edible necklaces make great gifts -- especially for those living in homeless shelters. With this social awareness activity, kids can turn healthy foods like cereals and dried fruits into necklaces and then take them to the shelter.

  What You'll Need
    • Spoon
    • Plastic sandwich bags
    • Colorful and fun cereals
    • Dried fruits
    • Healthy candy snacks
    • Curling ribbon

Special snacks are hard to afford when you live in a homeless shelter. So give a needy kid a treat by making and sharing these delicious edible necklaces.

Step 1: Wash your hands carefully.

Step 2: Spoon the cereal and other snacks into a plastic sandwich bag.

Step 3: Use the curling ribbon to tie off the bag. Leave the ends of the ribbon long so you can                                 curl them so they look pretty.

Step 4: Make a long necklace out of more curling ribbon, and tie it to the bag so the bag looks                                 like a large charm -- be sure the necklace is long enough to slip over someone's head.

Step 5: Call your local YMCA or social services hotline for suggestions on where to donate                                     your snacks.

Edible necklaces can brighten a homeless person's day. Continue reading to find out how to brighten a senior citizen's day.

 

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