You can show good citizenship by being a leader in your school or community. Leadership isn’t a job — it is an action. Everyone in your family can be a leader.
Here are a few book suggestions to help start conversations about bullies and bullying.
Kids can often complain that things “aren’t fair” when things don’t work out as they want. One way to help teach fairness is to promote compromise.
Since it can sometimes be hard to become friends with new classmates, we can help students by encouraging them to get to know one another better. Here are a list of questions that can help students get to know one another better.
Make no mistake: the root of bullying is always a lack of empathy, and far too many kids-and adults-are in deficit mode.
Here’s a few book suggestions to start conversations about caring.
Communicating with respect requires us to express ourselves in a thoughtful and purposeful way.
Case studies are a great way to get students to think about real-life situations, and practice making ethical decisions in a safe environment.
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.