Find a pen pal in a certain age range by using a website such as Teacher's Corner. This website provides an interactive pen-pal map that allows the user to choose any country. It also allows the user to filter results by student grades first through 12th, as well as home school. Preschool and kindergarten have their own sections. Other ways to find an age-related pen pal include signing up to correspond with a Peace Corps volunteer, explains Kid World Citizen.Continue Reading
Ask around to family and friends to see if they have a loved one in another country that may enjoy having a pen pal, suggests Kid World Citizen. To correspond with a Peace Corps volunteer, navigate to PeaceCorps.gov and click on Correspondence Match link. Fill out the educator enrollment form, or have a teacher do it for you, if necessary. You can also write to military personnel based abroad through programs such as Adopt a Soldier and Soldier's Angels. To write to military personnel from the United Kingdom, visit the program Diedre's Forces Penpal Service.
The website PenpalsNow allows users to search for a correspondent by age, gender and country, notes the website. Users can also browse advertisements from others who have placed penpal-wanted ads on the website. However, Internet users searching for a pen pal should exercise caution as they are essentially contacting strangers and the environment can elicit scams, explains The Teacher's Corner.Learn more about Health