Research shows that certain character strengths help kids grow up to weather life’s difficulties and live healthy, joyful lives. These six free presentations on raising compassionate, courageous kids offer educators and school or community leaders an easy way to spark conversation and build positive school culture. Each DIY family engagement presentation includes an entertaining Google Slides deck, a customizable script, group activities, and take-home materials. Packed with science, stories, and actionable tips, these talks draw on original reporting from our popular podcast for parents, Like a Sponge.
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The secret ingredient for thriving in our fractured society? It’s love, actually. This presentation explains how showing kids unconditional love (and making sure they get the message) equips them to navigate the world with courage and compassion.
Only 40% of adults say they feel a strong sense of purpose. But research shows that purposeful kids are happier and more engaged in their schoolwork. This presentation tells parents about the incredible power of purposeKết quả xổ số miền bắc hôm nay XSMB and how to guide their child toward a meaningful life.
The science is clear: Raising kids to be generous is like giving them a superpower. This presentation explains why it’s so good to give, and what families can do at home to nurture generosityKết quả xổ số miền bắc hôm nay XSMB in their kids.
Grateful kids are happier, more engaged in their schoolwork, and more satisfied with their lives. This talk explains why gratitudeKết quả xổ số miền bắc hôm nay XSMB is such a game changer in our material-and-status-obsessed world, and offers small ways families can cultivate this mindset at home.
Anger and resentment are bad for your health. Decades of research show that the ability to forgiveKết quả xổ số miền bắc hôm nay XSMB is a life skill that helps kids bounce back after being hurt. Acquiring it starts here, with learning to forgive everyday hurts between siblings and friends.