The truth is, kids don’t learn how to be kind from reading about it in a textbook, but from doing kind deeds. The more children witness or experience what it feels like to give, the more likely they will develop a charitable spirit.
An important but often neglected aspect of respect is listening to what others say.
Here are five of the most creative ways adults around the world are cultivating children’s empathy to create a world where their kids think WE, not ME.
Every time you point someone in the right direction, you’re not only making a distinctive contribution to his or her life . . . you’re passing the torch to someone who’ll likely pay it forward.
Parents behaving badly is a timeless problem, but there’s a modern-day category of ill-behaving Moms and Dads who could easily earn membership in the Parents Wall of Shame.
These 9 habits help kids develop, practice and live an empathetic lifestyle.
Step 1. Define the term, “Goal” — One of the easiest ways to explain goals is to link the term to something children are familiar with such as hockey, soccer, or football.
One of the inevitable facts of life is that everyone makes mistakes.
A “must watch” video! Great for kids and adults!