Teaching Kids To Be Kind

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9 thoughts on “Teaching Kids To Be Kind”

  1. Lots of opportunity teaching kindness between siblings–at least when you have a 6-year-old and a 4-year-old who love to antagonize each other! 🙂 Good to keep all these things in mind though, because they are so impressionable at this age.

  2. What a great post. I am babysitting my 6yo granddaughter this summer and working with her on being kinder to ther 3yo brother and the pets. Some good tips. Lead by example is the best one. 🙂

  3. Sounds like teaching by example wins! It drives me nuts when my boys pick at each other, but it’s also easy when they’re arguing to forget that they’re often very kind to each other too. Life is crazy!

  4. Yes, teaching my example even tho it takes A LOT of effort is so worth it, because kids are always watching! Thanks for sharing on Sunday FUNday! Hope to see you again at this weekend’s party. xo

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