What Do You Stand For? For Kids: A Guide to Building Character Paperback – Jan 1 2005
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About the Author
Barbara A. Lewis is a national award-winning author and educator who teaches kids how to think and solve real problems. She is available to do keynote speeches and workshops on such topics as: service learning, problem solving, developing a program in gifted education, fighting crime, protecting the environment, working with government, community action, and student leadership development. She and her family currently reside in Park City, Utah.
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Kids learn by example and role modeling; it was great to have stories in this text from other kids exemplifying how they recognised a particular trait, opportunities that allowed them to expand on and demonstrate that trait and some peer tips of how others can build this trait.
I really dont think I have anything negative to review about this product, the language is child oriented, complex words are defined, and the focus really is about developing a strong inner principle based character within your child as opposed to say gimmicky 'personality training to win people over'.
The effects of developing a character of honesty, loyalty, caring, citizenship etc will echo long into adulthood...
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