Help your child to understand that there is so much more to people than meets the eye. This Character Traits Pack is a printable freebie that will draw the contrast between physical and character traits. Your child will enjoy studying literature alongside of it!Click here to download your free printables!
Discontent is an equal opportunity trait – it knows no bounds to the age group it affects. If your children are infected with the never-ending “wants,” then perhaps they need a little character development. This free, printable Wants vs. Needs Learning Pack will help them to recognize the many blessings that they are surrounded with […]
We want to train our children to have a heart for others and a life of Godly character. These are not qualities that always come naturally. In fact, they usually need to be vigorously taught in the home before they are demonstrated in real life. These free online character lessons may be just the tool […]
Boys need heroes that they can admire for their bravery and adventure! The Bible is full of role models that you and your son can read about like Joseph and even Samson. The best thing about their stories is that they were just human men that submitted themselves to God. He turned their story into something […]
Help your child anticipate Bible time with these cute Bible Verse Coloring Pages. They are hand-drawn and completely free to print. I actually have some of the artist’s smaller verses hanging around my home – inside my medicine cabinet and all over my office. They are eye-catching, a delight to color, and keep my mind centered […]
Academic excellence is all well and good, but when it comes to children, there is one other aspect that is even more important: character. Character is one’s moral or ethical quality. Good character is what will build up society and make our world worth passing onto future generations. These free, printable Character Building Charts will enable […]
Sometimes it seems so difficult to get our children to think about how others feel in a situation. More often, my child will experience a difficult situation, but felt unable to speak positively in the middle of it. It’s so easy to think of the right thing to say later, isn’t it?I want my children […]
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day is such a fun, yet somewhat hilariously horrifying, book. It’s also perfect for studying cause and effect. Studying cause and effect is a wonderful way to combine reading skills with logic skills. Alexander is a terrific study in character – contentment, how to deal with mistakes, relationships, […]