Are Compassion Children given the opportunity to watch movies?

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Elijah

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What type of movies are you talking about? Like in school? or on their own?

In School:

I would have to guess that their school may show them a couple of movies to help them learn.

On their own:

If you mean a movie like the ones we have here than yes they do. Many of the compassion children have TVs and if the child does not, their project most likely does...

Also, there are many countries that have internet cafes, where they can access the internet and watch movies. That is if you mean watching movies over the internet. I have also heard that many children have a Facebook account!
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Emily | An Ounce of Compassion

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My sponsored child from Mexico mentioned watching movies about the creation of the earth and Adam and Eve in her project. She said she really enjoys watching those movies. :)
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It really depends on the capabilities of the church. Some churches will have access to a TV and movies as Emily mentioned, some may not.