Join us this weekend in Impact Kids for our series called Finders VI: The Case of Camp Jupiter.
Kids spend a lot of time participating in group activities like team sports and group projects for school, so it would be easy to think they have cooperation all figured out. But if we watch them closely, it’s obvious that cooperation isn’t as second nature as we may think. When we help kids see they can get chores done faster, schoolwork done better, and make a bigger difference in the world by working together, they can begin to understand the value of cooperation. In this seven-week series, we’ll show kids how much more they can do when they work together.
For a complete lesson for our Preschoolers and K-5th Graders please visit: