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Need a new (to you) pair of pants or shirt? Looking for something more professional for a job interview? Our Teen Little Free Closet will be in the Teen Space for you to check out. Feel free to take up to three items.Are you interested in donating or volunteering with the Little Free Closet? Email for more information.

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Dr. Swanson recommends that for children who want to start wearing deodorant early, you should opt for an aluminum-free choice. "I would not see any harm in a child who wants to use deodorant doing that at almost any age. I would, however, recommend using an aluminum-free option," she says.

Deodorants for kids are accessible at a variety of prices both online and in stores. For perspective, our highest-priced deodorant on this list is Kopari Aluminum-Free Deodorant at $17 (it also earned perfect scores in all categories during testing). The deodorant with the lowest price is Hello Fragrance-Free Deodorant with Shea Butter, at nearly half the price of Kopari, $8. While this deodorant had some high notes, its texture was sticky, making it hard for our tester to apply full coverage. Some deodorants also come in a pack, typically saving you a little money.

The teenagers also designed and constructed the pantry, and petitioned the church to use its property. The girls said they worked almost every weekend for a month learning how to use power tools to build it with the lumber they worked to get donated.

Anne Kramer is a freelance anchor with WTOP Radio. She has been a broadcast journalist for more than thirty years, the last 25 at WBAL Radio in Baltimore. Anne likes reporting stories that make the listener stop and think, maybe even learn something new.

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The kids mattress has cutting-edge temperature regulating technology to keep little bodies comfortable and cozy. The removable and washable mattress cover, made with organic cotton, ensures years of good sleep hygiene. For added protection and comfort, our waterproof mattress protector is made with soft organic jersey knit and comes alongside a custom filled pillow, which is anatomically correct for smaller bodies.

A brand-new summer Christmas play for Youth! A fun, evangelical outreach for pre-teens and teens, which can be done at Summer Camp by the Camp Counselors or by a group of older kids. Great around a campfire or next to a pool... or actually on a Beach! (Send me photos!)

See our free Christmas skits for Youth and Children! Just A Little Christmas is great for children! Teens will love New Star, A Night in Bethlehem and Christmas by The Book. And be sure to check out our Narrated Nativity for Preschoolers: Simply Christmas.

"NEW STAR" is a Christmas play for children and teens. It tells the Christmas Story from the point of view of two stars (an Old Star and a New Star) who act as the narrators. Adults and children will love this play. It has its own original song as well!

Downloading Skits: To open these documents on your computer, you need a PDF Reader program, such as Adobe Reader (a safe, free program). You can download it by clicking the button to the right.

This is one of our funny Christmas skits for teens! It's bothchallenging and fun for youth to perform for their families! Throw in afew props, some costumes, and a couple of Children's Choirs, and you'vegot yourself a full-fledged Christmas Pageant!

Choose this 15-20 minute skit if you have a group of teenswith some acting experience and a love of grease paint! Evangelical innature, this play would be great for family friends to see andappreciate, especially if they aren't sure whether they believe inChristmas or not!

"What would it have been like? ...On that night all those years ago, onthe other side of the world, in a little town called Bethlehem?" Withthese words the actress playing Mary introduces this Christmas skit and invites theaudience to travel back with her to... A Night in Bethlehem!

Written with teenagers in mind, this 15-20 minute Christmas skitis at once fast-paced and engaging. Mary is sweet, Joseph is bold, andthe Innkeeper insists that he's the "hero" of the story. The Shepherdsare the funniest group of sheep-herders you'll ever see, and the WiseMen admit up-front that they're all on the High Honor Rolls at theirvarious schools.

Family members and friends will love seeing their teens incostume telling the Christmas Story from a "first hand" point of view.They'll also enjoy getting to sing along with familiar Christmas carols!In the end, everyone will agree that they had a wonderful timeexperiencing "A Night in Bethlehem!"

This has been a favorite Christmas Skit with both children and parents for years! It comes in three versions: the Children's Version for younger children to put on for their parents, the Teen Version for Youth to put on for their families, and the Simplified Version which will help groups with little time to practice present the Christmas Story in all its beauty. Together these make up some of my favorite Christmas skits!

I just want to thank you for providing free skitsonline for churches. It can be hard to find good material that is simpleenough to use and yet is good. We used "Just a LittleChristmas" for our Children's Sunday School presentation... and,seriously, I keep hearing about it. The congregation loved it. It was agreat, yet simple way, to involve our Sunday School without overwhelming themwith lines and tons of practices.

While the other versions (children's and teen's) of Just a Little Christmas lend themselves to a full-scale production with lots of time to prepare, the Simplified Version of Just a Little Christmas is perfect for other settings.Let's say you want to do a Christmas Skit with the children in your group, but you don't have a lot of time to practice. This skit can be done with just a few short days of preparation.

As you know, up until now all the skits on this page have been written by the same author (Sharon Chatwell). But now we offer a new skit by Mark Main. It is a wonderful Christmas Skit called The Nativity and it is written for all ages to perform. You are welcome to use it for free in your ministry.

So, you need a few more angels or a couple of extra shepherds to geteveryone onstage... No problem! Happens all the time! My advice... addaway... go ahead... drag out a few more halos and some extra shepherds'crooks. You should also feel free to change lines, add lines, etc toaccommodate the size of your group and the ages and capacities of youractors. These are all considered minor changes. As always, please makea note on your printed program of the author's name and the copyrightdate. (EX: By Sharon Kay Chatwell, copyright 2017.)

After Christmas, you may be interested in other types of skits for Sunday School or Church. Please consider the free skits available at this link for use with your own ministry groups or in evangelistic outreach opportunities with others.

Try for starters. Or, you can reach out to your friends and community on social media to see if you can offer private tutoring. Private tutoring jobs usually offer more money! Also building up tutoring experience as a teen always comes in handy if you want to tutor college students later in life.

Many sites offer tons of freelance writer jobs to young people, including high schoolers. For example, is an awesome site that accepts teens (with parental consent). This is one of the best ways for young people to build up work experience in real-world freelance writing.

And these online jobs can teach you a lot about working in the professional world. The same is true for old-fashioned jobs for teens like becoming a babysitter, pet sitter, camp counselor, or grocery bagger. Nothing replaces work experience.

The world is your oyster! If you have free time, check out several of the options we listed and do them all! You might not make a ton off of one singular thing, but if you do multiple, the dollars can start adding up quickly.

You want to know what is really going on these days, especially in Colorado. We can help you keep up. The Lookout is a free, daily email newsletter with news and happenings from all over Colorado. Sign up here and we will see you in the morning!

Lactose intolerance is fairly common. Kids and teens are less likely to have it, but many people eventually become lactose intolerant in adulthood. Some health care providers view lactose intolerance as a normal human condition and not a disease or serious health problem.

If you might have lactose intolerance, the docto will ask your symptoms and diet. They might test the breath for hydrogen levels before and after you drink lactose. Normally very little hydrogen gas is detectable in the breath. But undigested lactose in the colon breaks down and makes various gases, including hydrogen.

You may find that other dairy products, such as yogurt and cheeses, are easier to digest than milk. Lactose-free milk is also a great way to get calcium in the diet without the problems. It can also help to keep a food diary to learn which foods you can or can't tolerate.

Dairy foods are the best source of calcium, a mineral that's important for bone growth. Because teens need about 1,300 milligrams (mg) of calcium each day, experts recommend that even those with lactose intolerance include some dairy in their diet. 041b061a72


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