Character Education may be the most important thing we impart to our students because it can have an effect on the very person they become. This This Character Education to help teach, reinforce, and reward 13 important traits. by verna
10 parent letters focused on character education. Each page focuses on a different character trait and includes a short note, as well as practical ideas for parents to help continue character education at home through reading, talking and spending time together! The character traits covered are- acceptance, cooperation, courage, honesty, kindness, generosity, gratitude, perseverance respect, and responsibility.
This “Character Is Key” Tab Book was designed to teach students about different character traits related to kindness and tolerance. It covers 7 character traits, and allows students to explore these traits and reflect on what these traits mean to them, an
I read this book with my preschool class this year. In it are great tools for coping and stress management. This is an online reading of How Full is your Bucket? For Kids by Tom Rath and Mary Reckmeyer. Published by Scholastic.
Character Education Activities with Posters, Worksheets, Awards, and More
Promote empathy and apology of action with this How to Apologize/Say Sorry poster packet to support character education in your classroom. Improve classroom management, teach your students to use positive language, and build a safe and nurturing classroom
Teach Character with Brag Tags, Bookmarks, & Fables
Character Education is the most important thing we teach our students because their character will effect the very person they become. This is a great unit that will help you develop a safe, caring classroom community. Students will learn empathy as they