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    Here are activities you can include during K-Kids functions to promote development of Social and Emotional skills. When children focus on developing this skill set they strengthen their emotional intelligence.

    Emotional intelligence is the ability to cope day to day with thoughts, feelings, emotions and connections to others.

    Here's what you can do.


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  • Join the fight to end bullying

    Millions of children worldwide have experienced bullying at school. Any bullying hurts a child’s self-esteem, but at its worst, bullying could lead to high anxiety, bad grades, dropping out of school or even suicide.

    The good news: You can help.

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  • Nick’s Worldwide Day of Play 2012

    Are you ready to play?

    Get ready, get set, get kids active! Team up with Nickelodeon for its 9th annual Worldwide Day of Play as it encourages kids to turn off their TVs and video games and enjoy physical activities.

    Worldwide Day of Play is coming up on October 6, but it’s not too late to host an event! Your club can pick any fun, physical activity that you enjoy doing—dancing, playing Frisbee, hula-hooping, swimming, or roller skating to name a few—and create your own Worldwide Day of Play event. Invite other Kiwanis-family members, neighbors and students from schools in your area to participate. 

    Need more ideas? Check out for tips. And while you’re online, don’t forget to register your event online for a chance to see your group’s name on TV!

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  • First-ever Kiwanis International Day at the White House

    "Every day, members of the Kiwanis family serve their communities. On Friday, September 21, fourteen of them will be recognized as Champions of Change during the first-ever Kiwanis International Day at the White House. (A Kiwanian from Indiana, William Beard, Kiwanis Club of Frankfort, is one who will be recognized for his dedication to his local community.)

    The Champions of Change program was created to honor ordinary Americans doing extraordinary work in their communities. The Kiwanis Champions of Change represent the entire Kiwanis family—from Kiwanis Kids to Circle K International to Aktion Club to Kiwanis. They will be honored for their service to their local and global communities.

    Even though you may not be in Washington, D.C., you can still participate in Kiwanis Day at the White House. Watch the events live and learn more at Live stream events include the Champions of Change event at 12:45 p.m. EDT on Friday, September 21. People around the country can join the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #WHKiwanis."

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  • Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF

    In mid-September UNICEF will mail Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF kits to K-Kids clubs that participated in the program in previous years. The Trick-or-Treat kit is mailed to the school address. Be sure to watch for this mailing if your club participated in this project during the 2012 or 2011 year. If your club didn't participate in prevous years but is interested in participating this year, contact the Kiwanis Member Services team at 1-800-KIWANIS, ext. 411, or email and Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF boxes will be provided. Proceeds from Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF go toward The Kiwanis Eliminate Project

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  • Nickelodeon's Worldwide Day of Play

    Nickelodeon's Worldwide Day of Play is an entire day dedicated to healthy and active play! To celebrate, Nickelodeon will go off the air and thousands of schools and organizations host events. 

    Get moving and host a Nickelodeon Worldwide Day of Play event on or around October 6, 2012.

    Visit to register, upload photos and videos and access a planning guide! Enter the Big Help I Wanna Play Sweepstakes to win a $100,000 custom Nick playground or $10,000 to support a play project. 

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  • Creative Comfort To Our Nation's Heroes

    Children ages 6 to 12 can enter this inspirational contest. Learn more about how your creative design can brighten the lives of military families. 

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  • And the winner is......

    This year's K-Kids contest winners have been selected. Learn who won and learn more about the various K-Kids contests at

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  • Builders Club Mother’s Day cards on sale now

    Builders Club has created unique Mother’s Day cards, which are now available for sale at the Kiwanis family store. Put the fun in fundraising and raise money and awareness for The Eliminate Project!

    The Mother's Day cards come in a package of 10 cards, 10 envelopes and an instruction card on how to submit your proceeds to The Eliminate Project. They can be purchased online at the Kiwanis family store for US $2.10 per set through April 17. Organize an event specifically for Mother’s Day to sell the cards and spread awareness (e.g., an auction, baby shower, bake sale, concession stand, cook-off, ice cream social, lemonade stand, pancake breakfast, race, raffle, etc.). Your ideas have no boundaries.

    Help Builders Club reach its goal of selling all 1,000 cards. Order your cards today!

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  • Check out the new K-Kids videos

    The new K-Kids video is available for viewing on the K-Kids YouTube channel, The title of the video is Kids Can Lead Too. One version of the video is for Kiwanis volunteers and the other is for school and community leaders. 

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