Character Development

Character Development

As children and teens develop into adults, most parents and educators strive to see them demonstrate good character, such as respect, responsibility, fairness, compassion, kindness, generosity and integrity. But helping kids understand what good character traits look like, and how to live this way is an important part of that development. These tools and resources are designed to show children, teens, and adults what it means to model good character.

Be sure to also check out our Individual Downloadable Activities for educators and counselors, organized by character trait.

  • Book cover of  The Judgmental Flower

    The Judgmental Flower

    $10.95
    Introduce the topics of cultural diversity and racial prejudice to students in grades K through 6. Help children develop emotional intelligence skills in learning to accept and value differences in others. The flower patch has always been the same...
    $10.95