The Value-able Child

The Value-able Child

Shows parents, teachers, and group leaders how to work as a team to teach the values children need to lead happy, "value-able" lives. A full chapter on each value (cooperation, courage, friendship, honesty, kindness, loyalty, respect, self-control, sharing, and tolerance) helps teach children the meaning of each value and how to activate that value in their daily lives. There are finger-plays, open-ended stories, thought-provoking discussion questions and role-plays, fun activities with step-by-step directions, ongoing projects, reading lists, practical suggestions, and many other helpful tools to guide you in a school, home, or group setting. Teach your children to be "value-able" and give them a gift that will sustain them for life!


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