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Video Lesson for Standing up to Bullies from the Hawaii Youth Services Network

How to Stand Up to Bullies Hawaii Youth Services Network has put together a nice video and lesson plan for teaching kids how to stand up to bullies. Four PDF downloads accompany the lesson from Hawaii Youth Services Network: Take a Stand, Lend a Hand Video Questions...

How do you face down prejudice?

What do you do when confronted with prejudice in those we are sent to teach? Well you don't do what I used to do. You don't face down prejudice with logical arguments. Prejudice is too deeply rooted in emotions like fear to be influenced by logical arguments. Instead,...

Oceania Fun for Passport Kids

Welcome to Oceania After my month of "Everything Africa" went so well, I decided to head to the other side of the world and spend a month on "Everything Oceania." My journey began at the library where I raided the kids section on everything I could find on Oceania's...

Well Aren’t You The Smart One, or What Makes a Bad Word Bad

Well Aren't You The Smart One, or What Makes A Bad Word Bad A Conversation with Kids Today in my after school class, one of my kids spilled what I called, "a heck of water" on the floor.  As we were cleaning it up, one of my girls, we will call her Gecki, casually...

Our Pilot Consulate is Officially Funded

Our Pilot Consulate is Officially Funded! I just got word today that the Global Passport Consulate that I have been running out of my own pocket has received full funding for a year. Yeah! I am going to be able to do so much more for the kids–take them on field trips,...

Facing Prejudice in the Classroom

"I don't want to be a Global Citizen. I  just want to be a Good Citizen," she told me for the umpteenth time as she trailed me through the classroom. I was too distracted helping other kids, who where filling out their passports and taking their friendship oaths, to...

American Indian Talking Sticks: A Kid’s Embassy Event Idea

American Indian Talking Sticks  A fun activity with a little learning on the side   Yes, I know. If you work with kids then you probably have already done an art project on Native American Indian Talking Sticks. If you have then this is simply a reminder of how you...

The Empathy Game

Thirty-six questions that create empathy, intimacy, and even spark love. I hope we can all agree that the ability to feel empathy is critical to leading a successful and worthwhile life. That being said, I would love to share with you a wonderful exercise that you...

“What is trust?” he asked softly.

What is trust in relationships? I had an interesting encounter with three of my global deputies today. Their names have been changed to protect the innocent. I shall call them 6-year-old-boy, 7-year-old-boy, and 8-year-old-boy. So I am walking through our outer lobby...

Plan an International Game Competition with your Consulate Kids

International Games are a perfect theme for a first recruitment event. For this event, you will need to choose three to five games from other cultures for the guests to play. When you introduce each game be sure to mention where the game originated, and ask the kids...