Parents want their children to have good character, but they don’t always know how to help them develop it. As the role of school and community in raising kids decreases, there is ever more pressure on parents to provide direction, support, and discipline that their children need to fully mature. Knowing the goal is not enough – parents need support and information how their day-to-day choices can impact their kids’ future behavior and personality.
Up Right – Character for Kids is a guide for parents to learn how to bring up their children, how to be role models for them, how to train or discipline children, how to give children opportunities to practice the traits, and how to let them go.
Eight character values are explored in depth with current research, real-life examples, and guidelines for teaching each value:
Author: Lynda Alsobrook Landreth