A Parent’s love, guidance, and approval has a bigger impact than any other relationship in a child’s life. Don’t discount the time you spend with your children! If you want to make a positive impact on their character, here are 10 enjoyable ways to make a big difference! This post contains and awesome giveaway. For more information read my full disclosure.
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Bake with Your Children
Cooking builds your children’s confidence and gives them a skill that will last a lifetime!
Teach Them How to Be Persuasive.
This is part manners, and part debate. Both build confidence and empathy.
Leading Family Devotionals
Learning how to express God’s word will help your children impact other’s for Jesus!
Explain True Beauty
Physical beauty will fade. This inspiring testimony from a former Victoria’s Secret Angel, shows how true beauty is totally different from what the media is telling our young people. Help them value modesty by focusing on their heart and less on their appearance.
Host a Food Drive
Caring for others and being generous is one of the most important habits to develop. It’s not easy putting other’s ahead of ourselves.
No matter where your children are, they are loved! You can help establish joy and contentment from reminding them often.
What Makes Me Special Craft
Even adults struggle with low self-esteem. Don’t let your children forget that it’s not what they have or what they look like that makes them special. Try to add personality traits and the fact that God loves them to this fun craft!
I’m a Star Weekly Activity
Make confidence boosting a weekly habit.
Magic Tricks for Kids!
Another great confidence booster and public speaking practice!
ABC’s of Values for Children
A continuing character building series filled with tips, activities, books, and more!
Alice @ Mums Make Lists says
Thanks so much for the party – Alice @ Mums Make Lists
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Diana Rambles says
Thanks for hosting!
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Basil & Garlic Chicken Marsala Recipe
Jaime FSPDT says
thanks for the feature:)
Thank you so very much for hosting and for the email reminder to link:)
The shares look amazing!
Take care and have a great week!
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Jodie @ Growing Book by Book says
Thanks so much for featuring the I Am a Star weekly activity to help kids discover their star qualities. I love the theme of your feature this week!
Shaunna @ Fantastic Fun and Learning says
Great post! Thanks for including our kissing hand craft.
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Thanks so much for featuring our Why I’m Special craft! My kids adore theirs!
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rebecca at thisfineday says
Thanks so much for the feature!! 🙂
Beautiful ideas for building character in kids! Thank you also for hosting the party.
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Love your features! Very thoughtful ways to influence children in the right way!
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Thanks, Janine, for spotlighting Kylie’s story. May it challenge and encourage women to live in the fullness of how God has created them! Blessings to you.
Slow cooked Italian chicken and noodles
Steph B says
I went to the website and also wanted to try the slow cooked italian chicken and noodles. : ) Thank you for the giveaway!
Diane Cooper says
I would like to try the Bag ‘ Season Swiss Steak.
Julia Cosgrove says
I would really like to try Garlic & Herb Cheese Bread Recipe.