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.
“Don’t wait…if you have something to give, give it now.”
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.
Here’s a few great tweets we saw this month. What’s your favorite?
Let’s be honest. Ethics is not for wimps.
From Duck for President to You Want Women to Vote, Lizzie Stanton?
“Teachable moments.” That is the phrase I keep repeating to myself every time we address the 2016 election with my two children, ages 8 and 10.
Learning requires more than attending lectures and regurgitating what you’ve heard.
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.
Sometimes, well-intentioned plans have unintended consequences.