Virtual – Inside Out Club Kaleidoscope, Curiosity & You Event
August 8 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Taking time for curiosity helps kids generate new ideas and is fun!
This event is a great way for kids to practice curiosity and learn a bit about themselves.
Curiosity is key to helping kids demonstrate an active interest in learning, to become brave enough to ask questions, to build gratitude, and to become fearless innovators with new ideas. It’s so important they don’t lose this skill as they grow, and now is a great time to foster curiosity!
At this virtual event, we’ll make a kaleidoscope and use curiosity to explore the colorful patterns it creates. We will also read a story around the power of curiosity, and talk about how curiosity about ourselves can help build self-awareness.
- Character Traits: Curiosity, Self-Awareness
- Social Causes: Developing Character & Self-Awareness
- Nonprofit Partner: Inside Out Club DuPage
How will this virtual event work?
Register –> pick up supplies –> participate via Zoom –> drop off donation item –> watch the donation delivery
Register – It is $10 per child and we have supplies for 20 children. Space is limited! You must register to reserve your spot(s). (Please Note: If you live too far way to pick-up the supplies, but would still like to participate in the video-learning portion of the event, you can register for the Zoom-only participation for $5 per child.) By registering you are agreeing to this RELEASE/WAIVER. If you are unable to afford the registration fee, please contact Diane Flood at Diane@insideoutclub.org and she’ll be happy to register you for free.
Supplies- Supply pick-up will be at the Inside Out Club Executive Director’s house, which is about a mile west of downtown Naperville, Illinois. The address will be emailed to you when you register. Supplies will be available for pick-up starting at noon the Wednesday before the event. We will email you when the supplies are ready.
Online Participation via Zoom – A Zoom link will be emailed to participants the morning of the event. Please be sure that firstname.lastname@example.org is not set to go to your spam folder.