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“When the pack arrived, it came addressed to him. This was a big hit straight away. Jack doesn’t receive a lot of mail so this really did make his day…”
“One of the best things about Travel Kids Club and what makes this travel subscription club different to others is the ability to make a difference. Included in the pack is your child’s chance to vote for their favourite charitable cause.
Jack had the option whether to help towards donating a computer to a school to help aide children’s learning. Or, to help kids learn about their environment and how to look after it.” (read more)
“O was delighted to have a letter posted through the door by the postman that was addressed to him; one of the small everyday things to an adult brings such joy to a child…”
“Both hubs and I were really impressed with the quality of the pack and amount of activities and information included…” (read more)
“H seems to cover so little in terms of geography at school and it’s a subject that he has a lot of interest in, so it seemed like an ideal way to have a little fun and learn at the same time….” (read more)
“The language is age appropriate and the concepts of poverty, conservationism and tradition are introduced thoughtfully. I’ve since enjoyed more meaningful conversations with my kids about how others live differently and how we are lucky to have all that we have.
One of the best parts about the pack is the choice the kids have about which charitable initiative to support. For this month, the choice was supporting a young Cambodian girl at school or supporting conservation efforts to save endangered turtles.
My girls really struggled to make a choice as they could see how each cause could benefit from their vote but they eventually voted to help build enclosures for turtles.
I think this choice is a great introduction to the reality of life, with all it’s competing priorities and constant decision making…” (read more)
“For me the thing that sets Travel Kids Club out from the crowd of educational magazines, apps and books is that it encourages a social conscience, something that my own parents passed on to me and which I have encourages in the boys from day one.
By being given the opportunity to think about two entirely different social projects, by being asked to give their opinion and choose their preference, the boys began to realise that what they think and choose matters in the world…” (read more)
“I am hoping to get a subscription running at school because I think it is a wonderful way to support learning and my school children are aged 8-9. They will still appreciate the crafts and get a lot out of the activities. It is an ideal resource as it encourages action in real-life settings…” (read more)
“Each month, your child gets a chance to make a difference by supporting real causess. This month they were able to vote between two options. One is to help Theary Finish School and the other is to help build enclosures for endangered turtles.
Our boys read the informative pamphlet to took their time to make the important decision on who they were going to vote for…” (read more)
“I have to say that discussing how families and children live in Cambodia was a real eye opener for my children – the type of housing; limited education and access to food, water and electricity; needing to beg or work from a young age to help their families survive.
Sometimes I need to remind my children of just how fortunate they are. To be able to read and show them photos of how children live in other parts of the world was a great way to cement what I had already been discussing with them…” (read more)
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