Cultivating Your Child’s Character

It was a pleasure spending the evening with an engaged group of parents to think about what we each want our Character Legacy to be and how to practically go about passing that on to our children.  If your parenting partner was unable to attend or if you would like to participate at home, please feel free to email me and I’d be happy to send along the Cultivating Character Worksheet Packet to you.  Please keep me posted on your discoveries!

3 thoughts on “Cultivating Your Child’s Character

  1. Hello, this is Julie … Nathan’s mom. I was wondering if you might email me the worksheet packet. We’re back in the Philippines, now living in Houston, TX the other part of the year. We miss you guys!

    Send photos of Geneva and the littlest. We have our third now too, Lourdes. Hard to believe how big Elise and Geneva, respectively, must be!

    Julie Vieux T: 312.593.5847

  2. Reblogged this on Mary's Montessori School and commented:
    Interesting Powerpoint on developing character in young children. One important point, “decision fatigue”: that is, the truth that the more choices we have to make, the worse job we do. So, much of character development is fostering positive habits. Mary

  3. Hi Krista, I thought the workshop the other evening was very helpful and would love to get the Cultivating Character Worksheet packet to share with my husband. Thank you! Corinne Palmer Date: Thu, 22 Jan 2015 03:06:22 +0000 To:

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