Respect: Living, Leading, Teaching

Respect: Living, Leading, Teaching

Welcome to another edition of “What We’re Reading Wednesday!”  Except it’s Thursday.  Oops.

After cramming almost six books into last week (plus a conference!), I’m taking it easy on the book reading front this week.  Besides browsing through Woman’s Day, I haven’t really touched any print materials, but I have been reading a lot of great online articles about Respect.  We’re learning about respect in our Kids for Christ midweek program (252 Basics curriculum) and so as I was gathering up articles for our parent newsletter, I thought I’d share them with you as well!

Teaching Respect to Kids (Ministry to Children)

Christian View of Respect (and why it matters) by Character in Action

Downloadable Respect, Responsibility and Obedience Chart 

10 Ways to Teach Respect in Your Home 

35 Ways to Teach Respect in the Classroom

Teaching Your Preschooler to Respect God

Focus on the Family article about Respect 

Adventures in Odyssey Episode: Respect 

What about you?

How do you teach your kids (or students) respect? Leave me a comment — I’d love to hear about it!


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  1. Tony Kummer says:

    Cook list of links. Thanks for pulling them all together.

  2. Thanks for stopping by Tony. Glad I could be of service!!!

  3. Lots of ideas thanks! So glad you shared on Simply Better’s link up party.
    Leslie recently posted..Tuesday Tip and Link Up Party #11

  4. Great list! Thanks for linking up! I think a big way of teaching respect is being respectful to others (especially including your children. I am always looking for more ways to begin to instill qulity character traits in my little ones. Thank you for sharing!
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