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This electronic publication reinforces the importance of parents modeling good character traits and outlines steps any parent can take to develop high priority character traits.
Education is more than just academics. Studies show that the key to a child's future happiness is probably less dependent on his IQ than on his moral intelligence—or in other words, his good character! Children learn values and character traits from parents and other family members primarily at home, intentionally or unintentionally, but most parents don't go about the job in a formal, organized way.
This Parent Guide reinforces the importance of parents modeling good character traits and outlines steps any parent can take to 1.) consciously decide which character traits they think are most important to teach their children, and 2.) help children develop those traits in an orderly way designed to insure success. Specific suggestions for instilling such traits as honesty, kindness, respect, compassion, tolerance, perseverance, obedience and courtesy are featured along with general steps for developing other high priority character traits parents identify. A must for all parents!
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