All parents want their children to be successful, but they often neglect the most important attribute that makes people rise to the top; their character!
So how do you build character in your children? Does it take a special curriculum? Is it something you need to pour hours into?
Guess what? It’s easier than you think! We’ve gathered moms from across the globe to bring you some great advice – for moms from moms! With our new Mom’s Library series!
Our theme for this month is Character Development!
Simple Ways to Build Character in Kids!
Thanks to these amazing moms and dads, you can build character in kids by incorporating it into your daily life. Character building is ever continuing and is something that’s important to teach as our children grow. Here are some great ideas to instill important values (posts will go live as they are published each week):
One Simple Game to Increase Your Child’s Self Control
3 Ways a Nightly Clean Up Routine Builds Character
What College Admissions Scandals Can Teach us About Building Character
5 Chore Chart Ideas to Help Build Character
Building Your Child’s Character Through Prayer
Building Character During a Difficult Time
3 Easy Ways to Teach Time Management to Kids
Manners as Character Training in a World Gone Tech
3 Easy Ways to Teach Kids to Have More Patience
To kick off our new Mom’s Library series, we have an exciting giveaway for you!
Mom’s Library Giveaway
The winner of the giveaway will receive the following:
5 Family Packs of their Curriculum and a Songbook and CD by Character First Education (Value: $94.94)
Blue Manor Character Book Set by Blue Manor Academy (Value: $46.99)
1 year of Lesson Planning by LessonTrek (Value: $60)
Promies of YHWH Copywork book by With the Huddlestons (Value: $7)
Child Training System by Character Badges (Value: $35)
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kindergarten Springfield says
Little ones in daycare spend time near kids of similar ages and learn from them, which can help when they attend regular school. Daycare is a great place to learn sharing and how to start relationships with peers.
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