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Generosity is one of those simple-but-big concepts that manifests itself in many ways — explaining to children that it goes way beyond gifting big material presents can be a challenge, particularly during the holiday season. Lionni is the master of picture books with simple, inspiring messages that never feel preachy. And a lesson on sharing is the first one kids need on their way to generosity. This classic is always a good place to start. This charming family of bears is an excellent go-to for teaching kids a life lesson or two. In this book, the Berenstain Bears realize they have too much stuff and decide to donate their unneeded items to those in need. The Bear family feels doubly good donating not just their hand-me-downs, but also their time and energy to help others in the community.
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Kindness is one of the most important character traits, but sometimes kids need an extra reminder about the best ways to be kind to others or why kindness matters. These books provide that reminder in creative and appealing ways. Happy reading! The verses highlight differences between kids, illustrated on the pages of the book. The same song.
The Mine-O-Saur is one example of a children's book that teaches values - in this case, generosity Amazon. They open a whole new world of imagination, letting the reader travel to a distant land or accomplish otherworldly feats without leaving the comfort of their home. They stimulate the mind, increase knowledge, expand the vocabulary — and also teach important life lessons. Seuss Who better than Dr. When an unfortunate man follows the advice from his Rabbi, his life seems to go from bad to worse — or does it?
What It's About: This is a song book that connects kids around the world. The verses highlight differences between kids, illustrated on the pages of the book. The chorus brings all of these kids with many differences together, singing "We all sing with the same voice. The same song. The same voice. We all sing with the same voice and we sing in harmony. Why It's Important: Not only will the music engage kids as young as three, but it also encourages global awareness and connection at a young age.