Character Training Tips

As a mother of six children, I have found that “good character” is not something that just happens with a child. In truth, it takes intentionality, effort, teaching, effort, role modeling, and even more effort. Of course, like with all parenting, some days are more difficult than others. And, in fact, some are more discouraging than others. Furthermore, teaching character to our children doesn’t happen overnight. It takes a lot of daily lessons and examples. Simply put, it takes years of little baby steps. Particularly small steps of teaching.  And, most importantly, living an example of good character in front of them.

With that in mind, I’d love to share the suite of resources that I’ve developed. As well as,  a few podcasts and other helpful things that may encourage you as you teach and instill character in your children.

Teaching Character Series

If you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed with parenting and homeschooling, don’t worry! Of course, we’re here to offer our guidance and support. Indeed, we understand that this journey can be both challenging and incredibly rewarding, which is why we’ve put together a series of articles to help you navigate the ins and outs of teaching character to your children. Plus, we’ve even created a downloadable workbook full of lessons and worksheets! While this series is particularly focused on elementary-age students, it’s easy to modify the materials to fit your family’s needs. Let us help you make the most of this special time with your children!

Additional Resources on Teaching Character to Children