Tag Archives: family

  • Honesty…Teaching your kids

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    Learning is more fun if it is a game! Thank you to simpleathome.com for this lesson: “A classic game of go fish required honesty from players on whether they have the card asked for. Ask each child how they would feel if one of the other players lied about the cards they had? Then challenge […]

  • Diligence…Teaching your kids

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    Below are a few simple steps from an online resource, Penelope’s Portfolio to help you teach diligence to your children, grandchildren, or students. For business owners and leaders, try trading out the word “children” below for “employees” or “team members”…these still apply for adults! Model diligent behavior. Teach children to make goals. Help them create simple […]

  • Honesty…Teaching your kids

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    Learning is more fun if it is a game! Thank you to simpleathome.com for this lesson: “A classic game of go fish required honesty from players on whether they have the card asked for. Ask each child how they would feel if one of the other players lied about the cards they had? Then challenge […]

  • Caring…Teaching your kids

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    Learning is more fun if it is a game. Can you make this Christmas Kindness Advent Calendar a game? Perhaps everyone can try to do one random act of kindness every day this month, then report on what they did during dinner that night. Bonus points if the act is on the chart below for […]

  • Caring…how do you do it?

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    Do you need ideas for your family? Bake cookies together and deliver to the fire station or police station. Send a phone card to a soldier so that they can call their family for Christmas or other holidays. Cover pine cones in peanut butter and bird seed and take care of the wildlife in your […]