What Do You Stand For? for Kids

A Guide to Building Character: Easyread Large Bold Edition

Author: Barbara A. Lewis

Publisher: ReadHowYouWant.com

ISBN: 1442950048

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 292

View: 2436

What Do You Stand For? for Kids

A Guide to Building Character: Easy Read Comfort Edition

Author: Barbara A. Lewis

Publisher: ReadHowYouWant.com

ISBN: 1442950064

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 308

View: 5895

What Do You Stand For? For Kids

A Guide to Building Character

Author: Barbara A. Lewis

Publisher: Free Spirit Publishing

ISBN: 1575427478

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 176

View: 3156

Even elementary school children can build positive character traits like caring, citizenship, cooperation, courage, fairness, honesty, respect, and responsibility. The true stories, inspiring quotations, thought-provoking dilemmas, and activities in this book help kids grow into capable, moral teens and adults. Previously titled Being Your Best, this award-winning book has a fresh new cover and updated resources.

What Do You Stand For? For Kids

Author: Barbara A. Lewis

Publisher: ReadHowYouWant.com

ISBN: 1458700488

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: N.A

View: 3060

Some kids stand out. Other people look up to them and want to be like them. Their parents and teachers are proud of them. They make friends easily, and they seem to know the right things to say and do. Would you like to be that kind of person? Maybe you already are, and you're searching for more ways to be the best person you can be. This book can help you discover your own good qualities and make them stronger. These qualities are called positive character traits. When you're a person of good character, people respect you more. And you respect yourself.

What Do You Stand For? for Kids

A Guide to Building Character

Author: Barbara A. Lewis,Marjorie Lisovskis

Publisher: Free Spirit Publishing

ISBN: 1575421747

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 165

View: 5580

Describes positive character traits such as fairness, honesty, and respect and presents ways of developing them through various activities.

A Leader's Guide to Being Your Best

Character Building for Kids 7-10

Author: Barbara A. Lewis

Publisher: Free Spirit Pub

ISBN: 9781575420646

Category: Education

Page: 135

View: 8028

Suggesting that a good character can be a child's most important safeguard against life's vicissitudes, this book for 7- to 10-year-olds with accompanying leader's guide for adults helps children understand that their choices make a difference, that every child has what it takes to be his or her best, and that learning how to strengthen character muscles can be fun. The 11-chapter children's book introduces the concept of character development and covers the following 10 areas: (1) caring; (2) citizenship; (3) cooperation; (4) fairness; (5) forgiveness; (6) honesty; (7) relationships with family and friends; (8) respect; (9) responsibility; and (10) safety. The book features self-quizzes that help children identify their character strengths and weaknesses, and includes cartoons, suggested readings, practical advice, and inspiring stories of children who are at their best when they reach out or stand up for what they believe in. The accompanying leader's guide is directed to educators and parents, and includes activities, questions, reproducible pages, resources, quotations, definitions, and a glossary, all of which reinforce and expand the character lessons. The format of the lessons in the leader's guide closely follows the elements of the chapters in the children's book: (1) reading review, including questions that facilitate a discussion of a character trait; (2) character dilemmas, providing discussion and role-playing ideas; (3) instructions for activities from the children's book; (4) additional group activities not provided in the children's book; (5) resources, including books and organizations of interest; and (6) looking ahead, providing suggestions for checking children's progress, and planning for the next lesson. (KB)

Character Building Day by Day

180 Quick Read-Alouds for Elementary School and Home

Author: Anne D. Mather,Louise B. Weldon

Publisher: Free Spirit Publishing

ISBN: 1575428768

Category: Education

Page: 204

View: 7546

In elementary schools across the country, teachers are expected to provide at least five minutes of character education each day. This book makes it easy to meet that requirement in a meaningful way. It includes 180 character vignettes—five for each of the 36 weeks in the school year—grouped by trait. Each features kids in real-life situations making decisions that reflect their character. Each is short enough to be read aloud; all can be used as starting points for discussion, to support an existing character education program, or as the basis for an independent program. An excellent tool for the classroom or the character-conscious home.

Building Character with True Stories from Nature

Author: Barbara A. Lewis

Publisher: Free Spirit Publishing

ISBN: 1575426501

Category: Education

Page: 176

View: 3146

This flexible resource combines character education with analogies to powerful stories from nature. The heart of each of the book’s 25 lessons is an engaging story, written to kids, describing a particular animal or plant and its distinctive qualities. Busy classroom teachers will like this book’s accessibility and flexibility. Kids can read a story individually or in groups, or follow along as the teacher reads it aloud. Accompanying each story, teachers will find several activities—most of them quick, easy, and requiring few supplies—that further investigate animals or plants and the connections between their qualities and human behaviors. Every lesson examines several main character traits, providing starting points and sample questions for discussing and exploring analogies between events in nature and human acts of character. Features include a chart cross-referencing lessons to specific character traits and a list of further resources. Digital content contains more than 75 reproducible forms, a complete bonus lesson, and a color photograph of each animal and plant.

E Is for Ethics

How to Talk to Kids About Morals, Values, and What Matters Most

Author: Ian James Corlett,R. A. Holt

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1416596550

Category: Education

Page: 128

View: 9063

An award-winning television writer who has worked on such shows as Paddington Bear counsels parents on how to instill a sense of morality and fair play in children, sharing accessible stories about a brother and sister who learn such virtues as tact, empathy and understanding. Reprint.

Changing Kids' Lives One Quote at a Time

121 Inspirational Sayings to Build Character in Children

Author: Steve Reifman

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781105183164

Category: Education

Page: 136

View: 9859

This book contains 121 inspirational sayings designed to bring out the best in children and develop lasting habits.

The Values Book

Teaching 16 Basic Values to Young Children

Author: Pamela Byrne Schiller,Tamera Bryant

Publisher: Gryphon House, Inc.

ISBN: 9780876591895

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 167

View: 6251

Young children learn best by doing, and that includes learning values. The Values Book is packed with easy activities, projects and ideas to help children learn values and build character, both individually and in groups. Each chapter addresses one of 16 different values, including understanding, patience and tolerance. After defining the value, each chapter begins with questions to help adults clarify what that value means to them. The perfect book to introduce and strengthen the teaching of values in any early childhood classroom or home.

What Do You Think?

A Kid's Guide to Dealing with Daily Dilemmas

Author: Linda Schwartz

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780881602241

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 184

View: 5770

Presents situations in daily life that require making decisons to resolve conflict.

Raising Kids with Character That Lasts

Author: John Yates,Susan Yates

Publisher: Revell

ISBN: 9781441214935

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 272

View: 5731

Strong, firm character does not develop automatically. This book assists families in setting and achieving the goals necessary for developing eight essential character traits: integrity, faith, a teachable spirit, a servant's heart, self-discipline, joy, compassion, and courage. With refreshing honesty, John and Susan Yates share how parents and children can grow together in these qualities.

The Hero Club

52 Weekly Stories to Share With Your Children About Courage, Compassion, Honesty and Other Character Traits That Will Inspire Kids to Be Heroes

Author: Ferah Ozbek

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781545317747

Category:

Page: 162

View: 1604

Black & White illustrations (Download all 52 color illustrations for free on ferahozbek.com/hero) 52 Black & White Illustrations: Unlock Meaningful Conversations with Your Children, Opening the Door to a Well-Rounded Life - Here's How What lasts longer than an Xbox, a laptop, and the hottest video game launch? Character. Trying to install this nine-letter ideal in your children's lives is difficult, no doubt about it. But we must carry out this task well, for the sake of our children. Building character is our top priority as parents because it does something remarkable: it guarantees a legacy. Let's build the right one, together. After all, they're worth it. Enter, Stage Right: The Hero Club Here's something to put on your iCal: reading The Hero Club with your children, laughing with them, and adding your own experiences to the lessons. Sure, The Hero Club: 52 Weekly Stories to Share with Your Children about Courage, Compassion, Honesty and other Character Traits that will Inspire Kids to be Heroes. The Hero Club is awesome on its own. When you pick up a copy, your youngsters will discover many fantastic stories, lessons, and insights, including: How a little time doing chores with Grandma opens the door for new thoughts on wisdom Why tolerance is truly at the core of American life How the temptation to ignore schoolwork deadlines leads to a need to become accountable, for life A sweet group of friends learning from each other, making these lessons stick around for the long term And when all else fails, Mom and Dad save the day And much more... Again, this is a book best read together with your little ones. Think of it as a convenient conversation starter for those necessary talks our kids really need. As they grow up, become adults, and start families of their own, they will look back fondly on those heartfelt conversations of days gone by. The best part? These lessons will set the foundation of life for the next generation, making it truly the gift that keeps on giving! Buy your copy of The Hero Club: 52 Weekly Stories to Share with Your Children about Courage, Compassion, Honesty and other Character Traits that will Inspire Kids to be Heroes. Simply scroll up and click the buy button.

Leadership for Kids

Curriculum for Building Leadership in Gifted Learners

Author: Cecelia Boswell,Mary Christopher,J. J. Colburn

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781618216755

Category: Education

Page: 175

View: 3379

Gifted students may possess the seeds of gifted leadership or may be expected to lead because of their intellectual capacities. And, as with any potentiality, leadership ability should be developed. This book looks beyond current definitions and examples of leadership to offer a framework within which to cultivate skills and abilities of leaders for this millennium. The curriculum nurtures leadership potential in elementary gifted learners through mini-lessons and activities that are structured around the four leadership frames developed by Bolman and Deal, researchers in organizational leadership. Gifted leaders may or may not be born. But they definitely can be fostered.

Character Building for Families

Author: Lee Ann Rubsam

Publisher: Taylor & Francis US

ISBN: 9780974559933

Category:

Page: 105

View: 4846

Topical Bible/character study for the Christian family. Suitable for family devotions, or character/Bible curriculum in the home school setting. Topics include: Stewardship, Teachableness, Mercy, Patience, Desire for Jesus.

Building Character

One Virtue at a Time

Author: Randy Traeger

Publisher: Deep River Books LLC

ISBN: 9781940269320

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 352

View: 2351

What mother doesn't want her son to be respectful? What father doesn't want his daughter to be chaste? While Americans might disagree about a lot of things, it seems we are united by a basic set of socially objective virtues that transcends religious and political differences. We can and should use this common ground to help us reconstruct and solidify our moral foundations. Never before have our young people been fed from such a garbage can of media content: vulgarity, violence, drug and alcohol use, and sexual promiscuity. It's no wonder so many of us are sick. To obtain emotional, social, and spiritual health, we need a model for life that is based on virtue. Building Character One Virtue at a Time contains a treasure trove of inspiring quotes, stories, and essays about 52 unique virtues. Readers will begin to form a more virtuous self image as they identify who they truly are, where they belong, and where they need to go in order to be contributing members of our society and to live fulfilled lives.

Fish in a Tree

Author: Lynda Mullaly Hunt

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 0142426423

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 320

View: 3573

"Fans of R.J. Palacio's Wonder will appreciate this feel-good story of friendship and unconventional smarts." --Kirkus Reviews Ally has been smart enough to fool a lot of smart people. Every time she lands in a new school, she is able to hide her inability to read by creating clever yet disruptive distractions. She is afraid to ask for help; after all, how can you cure dumb? However, her newest teacher Mr. Daniels sees the bright, creative kid underneath the trouble maker. With his help, Ally learns not to be so hard on herself and that dyslexia is nothing to be ashamed of. As her confidence grows, Ally feels free to be herself and the world starts opening up with possibilities. She discovers that there's a lot more to her--and to everyone--than a label, and that great minds don't always think alike. The author of the beloved One for the Murphys gives readers an emotionally-charged, uplifting novel that will speak to anyone who's ever thought there was something wrong with them because they didn't fit in. This paperback edition includes The Sketchbook of Impossible Things and discussion questions. A New York Times Bestseller! * "Unforgettable and uplifting."--School Library Connection, starred review * "Offering hope to those who struggle academically and demonstrating that a disability does not equal stupidity, this is as unique as its heroine."--Booklist, starred review * "Mullaly Hunt again paints a nuanced portrayal of a sensitive, smart girl struggling with circumstances beyond her control." --School Library Journal, starred review

Daily Character Education Activities, Grades 4 - 5

180 Lessons for Each Day of the School Year

Author: Becky Daniel-White,Carson-Dellosa Publishing

Publisher: Carson-Dellosa Pub Llc

ISBN: 9780887242076

Category: Education

Page: 64

View: 8837

Presents activites for fourth and fifth grade students organized by ten character traits including compassion, integrity, respect, and fairness.

The Teen Years Explained

A Guide to Healthy Adolescent Development

Author: Clea McNeely,Jayne Blanchard

Publisher: Jayne Blanchard

ISBN: 0615302467

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 103

View: 8664

We idealize childhood and demonize adolescence, often viewing the typical teenager as a bundle of problems. Yet according to a new book, The Teen Years Explained: A Guide to Healthy Adolescent Development, by Clea McNeely, MPH, DrPH and Jayne Blanchard, adolescence can be a time of opportunity, not turmoil. By understanding the developmental stages and changes of adolescence, both teens and adults can get the most out of this second decade of life. In plain English, this guide incorporates the latest scientific findings about physical, emotional, cognitive, identity formation, sexual and spiritual development with tips and strategies on how to use this information in real-life situations involving teens. Whether you have five minutes or five hours, you will find something useful in this book. This practical and colorful guide to healthy adolescent development is an essential resource for parents, teens, and all people who work with young people.