Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Teach the Children Change the World Puzzle - Giveaway

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The alphabet, 26 compelling and vivid portraits, a message of Peace, Freedom, Equality and Hope; all in one beautiful images designed to engage, inspire and promote change. The floor puzzle is 48 chunky pieces perfect for little hands and has an easy to clean surface; 24 x 36 inches.The box is beautifully designed with the message “Teach the Children, Change the World.

Designed by Caryn West ,the mission for the puzzle is rooted in compassion and truth. In 2008 she wrote a book, The Trouble with the Alphabet a touchingly beautiful compilation of art, poetry, short essays, and informational resources that address some of the world’s toughest issues facing children. Not merely a book, it is a campaign to raise awareness, promote understanding, and inspire action through a unique brand of educational products. From this came the Teach the Children Change the World Puzzle.

Great debates are currently being waged about the global economy, environmental issues, and the root causes of conflict. Consequently, the world’s most valuable resources are often overlooked. Undeniably, children are our future. What we teach them at home and in our schools will one day reflect the successes and failures of mankind. The Trouble with the Alphabet is committed to providing children, parents, and teachers with a more complete view of humanity – what needs to be changed, what must be protected, and inspiring examples of people and organizations making a difference. If we are to teach our children not just to read, write, and compute, but to better understand each other and the world, if we are to change the world for the better…what better place to begin than with the ABC’s?

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18 comments:

Melanie Schemanski said...

Honesty

Debbie Jackson said...

Character is important .

D Schmidt mummytotwoboys said...

I value honesty very highly

Monique said...

To be humble.

Sacha Schroeder said...

Honesty is extremely important!

latanya t said...

honesty

ababe28 said...

Empathy

Ann B.

aperry said...

honesty

bison61 said...

Empathy and kindness

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abedabun dawn said...

Honesty and always try to do what you say you are going to do. A person is only as good as their word.

Jennifer T. said...

I think compassion may be one of the most important traits to have.

VickeC said...

honesty,an kindness go a long way with me

rubynreba said...

Loyalty

katy said...

Compassion

Sue Hull said...

To me it's honesty and compassion.I taught my daughter to always respect a person.So respect is good too. This is a really cool puzzle for kids.Thank you :)

Sara Wagner said...

I think kindness is important.

Tylerpants said...

I would say courtesy is important: having good manners and being respectful!

trixx said...

I think honesty is very important