Welcome to the “ABC’s of Values for Children” series!Below, you will find a clickable list of the most important values to teach your children.
“To educate a person in mind and not morals is to educate a menace to society” ~Theodore Roosevelt
~ Blue Manor’s “Book of Virtues”
A – Appreciation
B – Beauty
C – Courage
D – Determination
E – Empathy
F – Faith
G – Generosity
H – Honesty
I – Independence
J – Joy
K – Kindness
L – Love
M – Modesty
N – No Mess, Cleanliness
O – Obedience – Col 3:20
P – Patience
Q – Quick to Forgive
R – Respect
S – Self-Control
T – Toughness
U – Useful
V – Vigilance
W – Wisdom – John 13:13-17
X – Excellence
Y – You Work Hard – Phil 2:14-15
Z – Zeal
Resources for Teaching Values
Character eBook Set!
Character Building Movies
Character Building Gifts
Check out our Free Home Education Resources!
- Being a Hands on Mom from hands on : as we grow
- Connecting with your Kids from One Perfect Day
- Kids Party Ideas from Mama Pea Pod
- Mama Survival from The Dizzy Mom
- Organized Home from Mamas Like Me
- Printables from Mama Miss
- Raising Boys from Boy Mama Teacher Mama
- Raising Eco-Friendly Kids from Kitchen Counter Chronicles
- Raising Girls from Mess for Less
- Raising a Healthy Kid from Living Life Intentionally
- Raising a Thinking Child from The Outlaw Mom
- Raising Toddlers from Home Learning Journey
- Raising a World Citizen from All Done Monkey
- Simply Celebrating Holidays as a Family from Inspired by Family Magazine
- Teaching Kids about Money from Carrots are Orange
- The Family Dinner Table from Connecting Family & Seoul
- Trying A New Experience with Your Children from 52 Brand New
- Values for Children from True Aim Education
Susan Case says
This is a much needed list – can’t wait to read it and have the resources. Happy New Year!
Jen Farr says
What a lovely list…well done.
Carolyn Wilhelm says
Great list! Nice post!
Empowered Momma J says
You are such a wealth of knowledge. This series is a great idea. I especially enjoy how you suggest books and games for the child corresponding to the value.
Thank you for sharing.
Tulip TrueAim says
Thank you for your feed back! I’m glad you like it.
Monica Pruett says
Wonderful list! Thanks for sharing.
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Shawn Jeremy says
Your ABC’s are pretty interesting. My child would have hard time into understanding some of them. My child’s education is just part of my priority because raising him up the proper(filled with love) and cool way is my top priority.
Tulip TrueAim says
Yes, some of these values are hard even for adults to grasp. However, it is my goal to offer resources to help you begin that process of understanding. Thanks for stopping by!
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Mary Catherine says
Thanks for creating such a meaningful, useful resource for my son and I. Pinning this and bookmarking it for future reference. I just love coming to your site and reading what you have going on. Hope you have a great weekend!
Hmmm … well, A-L are clickable anyway.
I know wisdom is good, I need to figure out how to justify it though. I need a paper trail and the bible verse isn’t likely to cut it. Faith is easily replaced as confidence.
Amy @ Creative Kid Snacks says
Just pinned this post. Fantastic resource! Thanks for putting it together, Janine!
Thanks so much Amy!
Becca Matlock says
Hi … love this list. Have ordered some of your Elite Education E-books and am excited about finding your site. I homeschool one of my granddaughter’s for preschool and just love it. Are you aware that only A-L are clickable? Are you still working on M-Z or is it just an error on the page.
Thanks in advance for your reply…..Grammy Becca
Thank’s so much for stopping by. M should be clickable, but I’m working on N-Z 🙂 Thanks again!
The Morning Star Academy says
List is brilliant! My child should follow the list at all. This is new thing for learning. Just a quick note to tell you that I have a passion for the topic “ABC’s of Values for Children” at hand. Thanks for this allocation.
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