Below, you will find tips, tools, and resources to teach them about Beauty.
- Establish routines with your children to help them have good hygiene Explain that it is important to do those things because it shows that they care about themself and appreciate what God has given them. Compliment them when they have done a good job and look nice.
- Explain the two kinds of beauty; superficial and eternal.
- Expose your children to good role models; people that share your ideas on what it means to be beautiful.
- Remind your children that some people may look different, but that does not mean that they are not beautiful.
Beauty and the Beast
This book is based on the original French Fairy tale and includes enchanting illustrations. It emphasizes the importance of looking beyond physical appearances. Ages 4+
Let’s Talk About Being Shy
Author Joy Berry helps children understand what being shy is and how they can over come it. I love the “Let’s Talk About” books because they are simple and offer great explanations for a lot of questions your child may have about all sorts of situations. Ages 3-6
Beauty In A Bag
Father volunteers Natasha for a job that is more than she can handle. However, the real challenge comes when Father decides to teach Natasha a hard lesson about true beauty. Will Natasha rise to the occasion, or collapse in humiliation? Ages 6+
Activities that Teach Values: Beauty
Let the Beauty of Jesus be Seen in Me
You’re so Very Special
Audrey, Audrey, Audrey dear
You’re so very special.
Your Hair is () and your eyes are (too, blue, ect)
and that is how God made you!