How to Get Your Children to Care About Others Who Have Less

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β€œPraise them when they help others”

Toddlers age 3 and up can be taught simple acts of kindness by helping others. At home, a simple request for help such as getting something, helping clean up, or helping a sibling do simple chores provides a stepping stone. Make sure to praise him/her and let them know how much they are appreciated for helping out.

5 thoughts on “How to Get Your Children to Care About Others Who Have Less”

  1. I love the sentiments of this post! It’s so important for all of us to appreciate what we have, and understand that not everyone is as lucky. It definitely should start when we’re young. A lovely read. Thanks for sharing, x

  2. Teaching kids to be caring at a young age is very important. I thank my child when she behaves well. πŸ˜ƒ Thank you for sharing. These ideas are helpful. I’ll tell my little one more stories about empathy,helping others and caring.


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