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What's new in the kit!

Here’s a quick look at the kit’s contents:

Revised member handbooks. Encourage students to refer to their handbook regularly during the year. This year, it’s one of the tools that will empower them to think in terms of we instead of me. By identifying personal passions and interests, K-Kids will discover how they are connected to their club, school, community and the world. It’s also a handy tool for sharing information with parents. 

Member cards, certificates and buttons. Ensure members receive one of each so they can show their K-Kids pride. Designate a day each week (preferably the club meeting day) for members to wear their buttons at school. 

Bulletin board decor. Encourage members to show off their K-Kids club and educate others about their service by using these bulletin board decorations.

NEW! Pledge and calendar poster. Here’s a fresh addition to help members stay on track throughout the school year. Hang the poster in your club meeting room—and make sure members keep it updated! 

NEW! Table tents. Another addition for 2015–16, table tents with the title of each club officer have been created for your club to use during club meetings. Consider laminating them to keep them in good shape, or collect them after every meeting. Additional table tents for officers are available for download at kkids.org/tabletentsofficers and for members at kkids.org/tabletents.

NEW! Beach ball. Meeting new people can be scary regardless of how old you are. Help club members get to know each other by playing the Question Ball game as an icebreaker. We’re even providing the ball! For instructions on conducting the game, see page 7 of the member handbook. For more fun icebreaker ideas, visit kkids.org/icebreakers. 

Advisor guide. Created for both the faculty advisor and the Kiwanis advisor, this guide is filled with information and tips for supporting a K-Kids club. You can also download a digital copy at kkids.org/advisorguide or purchase additional printed copies at kkids.org/store in the meeting items/literature section.
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