Children spend most of their days surrounded by classroom furniture, but that does not mean that parents can’t be a huge influence on their children. It is well known that children learn more from the people they look up to and respect than they do from books or lectures. Simply put, children learn by example.… Read More »
Kids enjoy clean and safe drinking water from a well in Bulgeta, Ethiopia. pic.twitter.com/NtnEoVMRpj — charity: water (@charitywater) January 21, 2014
Whoever thinks that children learn best sitting at their school desks did not see a parent who can make every moment a learning opportunity. For instance, if you want to teach your children about the importance of giving charity, all you have to do is take your child into any large city center, shopping mall… Read More »
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Not all learning, not even the most important learning, is done sitting in school chairs. It is up to parents to teach their children the importance of helping others, either by physically helping others to do things they might not be able to do on their own, or by giving money for basic things that… Read More »
Children might not understand the abstract idea of giving money as a way of helping others. To really make an impact on young children, they need to see actions that directly improve the lives of those in need. “It’s hard for kids to grasp that the money is going to, say, buy bread, which in… Read More »
5 Ways to Teach Kids Charity: http://t.co/Sr20Qig8PN by @MarianneWait w/ tips from KnowMore Expert @DrRobyn #volunteering — KnowMore (@KnowMoreTV) October 25, 2013
Almost everyone agrees it is a positive value to give to those less fortunate them ourselves. It therefore follows that any value that we hold dear is one that we wish to impart to the next generation. Parents, and society as a whole, believe there is more to life for students than being surrounded all… Read More »