Developing Sharing and Responsibility In Children In today's changing society, children are challenged to become "working partners" with their parents and teachers. As a child learns the benefits of order resulting from cooperation, he begins to view himself as a person who is capable of making a contribution to the household and to others. This can help boost his self-worth, not to mention help mom and dad.
Helping Children To Love Themselves and Others How do you help children love themselves and others? First, look at your own attitudes, values, and behaviors. Then, include activities to help children appreciate each other's differences, develop a sense of fairness,and learn to stand up for themselves and others.
Learning To Share This fact sheet will help you help children learn to share. Also, it will help you to understand young children and know what to expect from them.
Mom To Mom: Kids & Sharing Moms of toddlers know the toddler creed "What's mine is mine, and what's yours is mine!" It's not always easy to get the kids to share. Read how parents have handled this social development issue with their children.
Preschoolers Learn Kindness From Each Other The findings also show the importance of letting children work at solving their own problems whenever possible. It is exactly by having to cooperate and negotiate with a peer that children develop the skills of moral, prosocial behavior.
Teaching Kids Kindness - At The Grocery Store Your connections to other people is what truly gives life meaning. Make it part of your daily routine to look for opportunities to perform random acts of kindness for people you know and love and for the people you haven't yet met.
What Makes Kids Care? In a world where violence and cruelty seem to be common and almost acceptable, a lot of parents wonder what they can do to help their children become 'kinder and gentler'--to develop a sense of caring and compassion for others. (kindness)