Kindness is one of the most important character traits, but sometimes kids need an extra reminder about the best ways to be kind to others or why kindness matters. These books provide that reminder in creative and appealing ways.
10 Children's Books that Teach Acceptance and Empathy
10 Children's Books that Teach Acceptance & Empathy Between the ages of 3 and 5 most children begin to understand that others have feelings. Discuss the stories when you read them to your child to see if the child has empathy with the person in the story.
I was so excited to find the book Squawking Matilda by Lisa Horstman because it’s got responsibility written all over it – responsibility to projects, responsibility to promises, and responsibility to pets.
"All About Responsibility" song- Mr. Stanley tells stories about responsibility. Lots of videos sorted by grade, age, topic, and you can add your favorite video. Can't wait to spend some time exploring.
Teaching Perseverance- Ideas for teaching perseverance to students (including recommended children's literature.) Via Wonder Teacher. These picture books focus on not giving up, being strong, and doing the right thing.
Tattling or Reporting? - Teaching Students the Difference
Help your students understand the difference between tattling and reporting with this lesson that includes 20 situation cards. Tattling can be a big problem in school because students often do not understand the difference between tattling and reporting.