Compassion Explorer Magazine
Read stories of other kids around the world, engage in activities that help your kids learn about poverty and develop a heart for the poor.
There's a lot to discover about school for kids around the world. Test yourself here!
Here's an easy candle-making craft from the latest edition of Compassion Explorer Magazine. It's a great way to teach your kids why many people in developing countries don't have electricity.
Step inside bedrooms of kids around the world!
Check out this fundraising cooking camp started by kids in Pennsylvania.
Here's a recipe in our kids magazine for besitos de coco, or "coconut kisses," from the Caribbean islands.
This craft in our Summer kids magazine teaches how to make a mancala game board and gives instructions for how to play the game, which is played all over the world.
Make Summer Count: Here's a printable calendar of kids activities you can download from the Compassion Explorer website. (It will also be in the Summer print edition that mailed out yesterday!)
Ever wonder what school is like in India, Nicaragua, or Ghana? Take a peek at a page from Compassion Explorer Magazine to find out!
Here's a sneak peek at a feature in our Summer 2014 issue of Compassion Explorer Magazine, which will mail out May 30, about a Compassion child development center in Brazil that offers surfing lessons to sponsored kids.
Friendships Run Deep - Makela Dew was on her way to the Dominican Republic to meet a friend she had know for six years - but had never met. Read more about this young girl's story about meeting Darisa, their sponsored child.
Families who live in poverty often can’t afford toys, so kids make their own. You can do the same by recycling cans and pretending you’re one of the baby elephants at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust!
It's here! You can now see all the content from the fall 2013 issue of Compassion Explorer Magazine online. Search for crafts, recipes, devotionals and more!
Candace Cameron-Bure's kids talk about what it means to be thankful and what they learned on a trip to visit their sponsored child in the Dominican Republic.