The Passport to India program encourages homeschoolers to learn more about the country and to support Sonlight's efforts to fund Bible Clubs for Indian children. Our "host," Chris, is experiencing India for the first time just as we are. He just had a 25-hour-long trip during our first lesson.
10 books (including Bible)
Baikinman stuffed toy
GameBoy and games
"yadda-yadda" that records voices and talks back.
"Is that all you need?" I asked them.
"Yep," Elf told me proudly. "We packed everything!"
"Oh," I answered. "So... tonight after dinner, what are you going to do?"
*GASP* "Brush my teeeeeeeth..."
"HANG ON!" Emperor yelped. The boys scurried about and got toothpaste, a toothbrush, one pair of underwear (I guess they're sharing?) three shirts and two pants. Now they're ready for anything.
OK! We watched the first two days of Chris's trip and assembled our "suitcase" for the boys' donations. I explained to the boys that we are not sending loose change in an envelope, but that any money they put into the suitcase would be doubled and placed on my credit card to the mission.