A few ideas for parents, teachers, and club leaders to encourage kids to practice doing kind deeds.
A “must watch” video! Great for kids and adults!
Communicating with respect requires us to express ourselves in a thoughtful and purposeful way.
When others trust you, they believe that you’ll do what you say you’ll do and keep your promises.
Here are 35 activities students can do to learn the meaning and value of respect. There’s one (and a few more) for each day of the month.
With thousands of books to choose from, it can be an overwhelming task to find books to help teach character.
Click on the Pillar to download its coloring sheet. Trustworthiness Respect Responsibility Fairness Caring Citizenship
Common Sense Media surveys also show that the average eight to 17 year old is plugged into some kind of digital device at least 7 and a half hours a day. And you don’t learn social-emotional skills by facing screens.
Have you noticed how apologizing has become almost a lost art these days? A great number of adults–not kids–seem to have forgotten how to say that glorious two-word simple phrase, “I’m sorry!”
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