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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 "I" in Integrity

    The "I" in Integrity

    $10.95
    Cora June is back, and this time she’s learning a thing or two about doing the right thing – even when no one is looking! When Cora June half-heartedly cleans her room by taking a shortcut, Mom is quick to ask her about her integrity...
    $10.95
  • Book Cover of The Great Compromise

    The Great Compromise

    $10.95
    When it comes to knowing what she wants, Cora June is on top of it! Cora June knows. She and her classmate, Wilson, are locked in a battle of wills. Each one desperately wants to be the ultimate decider. They scream at each other about whether to play...
    $10.95
  • Book cover of  It's My Way or the Highway

    It's My Way or the Highway

    $10.95
    Cora June is B-O-S-S-Y! She points out her teacher’s boring assignments. She dictates the games people play at recess. She even objects to family dinners. If Cora June doesn’t get her way in the classroom, on the playground, or at home, she...
    $10.95