"Kids are amazing, and instinctively doing what they need to be doing right now. I bet yours have stepped up, without even being asked. Helping around the house, takin' on more chores, homeschooling, volunteer Skype/FaceTime with grandparents and neighborhood seniors, and continuing to make us laugh." -Shellie Hart
Who are you proud of?
Share a short video of your kids helping out, doing crafts, or even just being silly on our Kids in Cars Cruising for Kudos Facebook Group >>> https://bit.ly/2UWXtt8
Let's inspire others!
Amber started her own YouTube channel to show kids that cooking and eating fresh wholesome food is fun and delicious. Since then, Amber’s cooked on Food Network, been to the White House, and written a cookbook. Special thanks to Albert Lee’s Culinary Event Center for their support! Find out more about Amber’s cooking at www.cookwithamber.com.
In honor of American Heart Association’s American Heart Month, we are celebrating Bryce for helping save his mom’s life when he was 9 years old. Watch this inspiring story & have the tissues ready. Special thanks to the Tacoma Rainiers & Museum of Glass for their support!
Since losing her sister to cancer, Aishah became the ambassador of Ahmie’s Hope Guild, which raises funds for Strong Against Cancer in partnership with Seattle Children’s Hospital.
Taylor has been decorating her own mini trees for Mary Bridge Children’s Festival of Trees since she was 8 years old to be auctioned at a gala to benefit Children’s Hospital.
Do you know a Super Kid? A Super Kid who loves to invent, create, craft, donate or volunteer?
Every month, Shellie Hart will be giving Kudos to a Super Kid as they share their inspirational stories and describe how they create a better community for all of us.
Help us celebrate Super Kids by nominating them to collect Kudos from Shellie Hart at WARM 106.9! Plus, this Super Kid wins a prize for being so awesome!