Kids like flat stuff, right?
October 9, 2011 2:46 PM Subscribe
What flat things can I send my sponsored child?
I sponsor a child in Mongolia. He's 7 years old. As a child sponsor I'm allowed to send him things like cards or small books -- something flat that could fit in an envelope.
Previously, I've sent (culturally sensitive) photos and stamps and those "wacky bandz" rubber band bracelets. Everything I send is filtered by the NGO that I sponsor him through so I'm too not worried about sending "the wrong thing" but I do want to send something that he would enjoy receiving, besides my letters and photos. I don't know, honestly, but I wouldn't imagine he'd enjoy receiving my boring old snail mail, at least not for a few years, if ever.
Are kids still into paper these days? Maybe there's some new origami craze?