Sunday, December 13, 2009

Kim's Pay it Forward


PART 1:

Watching "Pay it Forward" helped me realized

that I can change the world by helping others in need.
It showed me that you can help by not just thinking
of yourself, but thinking of others as well. Assisting
others who are in need of food is a great example of
being thoughtful and kind.



PART 2:

1-What was your Pay It Forward act of kindness?

Hospital to donate toys, books, and goody bags that we made.

2-Why did you choose this activity?
We chose this activity because we thought that giving stuff to
the kids would help them cheer up for the season.

3-
Who did you help?
We helped the children in the Childrens hospital.

4-
What did you do?
We did it by shopping for varieties of toys and putting them in
small bags, we
separated the girls and the boys. We also looked
for toys from home that we don't use anymore and we added
them as part of our donation.


5-When did you do you act of kindness?
We did it on a Monday afternoon.

video



PART 3:

1-How did your act of kindness go?
When we went to the Children's Hospital, it all went well.

2-What Happened?
While we were at the hospital we asked the lady who worked at the
front desk, we asked her where we can give our donation
for the children.

3-How did you feel?
Being there made me feel good by giving
donations to the kids.

4-How did the person or people react?
While we were talking to the lady,
she was delighted that we were giving stuff to the kids, she also
looked surprised and showed a lot of appreciation.

5-Did you ask the person or people to "Pay It Forward"?
We didn't get to tell the lady to pay it forward because we forgot,
our minds were overjoyed with the thought of helping
kids who are in the hospital because we know that it would make them happy.


PART 4:

1-Why is the idea of "Pay it Forward" important?that, it doesn't only helps others, but it also delivers
them joy.

2-
Has your act of kindness made a difference? that we delivered joy to.

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