These 20 Activities and Lessons that Teach Obedience to Kids will help equip you to teach kids to obey. This is part of my character building series, a great resource for parents and teachers everywhere.
The word “obey” has gotten a bad wrap over the years. Before you jump into this post and all it has to offer, join me in considering the questions, “Is Obey the New Four Letter Word?” In that post I challenge the concept that teaching obedience is out-dated.
Character Building Series
This post is a part of my character building education series. If you are new to my series on building character, let me tell you a little bit more about these lessons. If you check out my character building tab, you will discover 52 character traits we work on throughout the year, which equals one word per week to focus on with your kids. Hovering over the tab will reveal all of the words available for social and emotional learning.
Each character trait has 7-9 lessons, so if you wanted to work on character daily, this can be an amazing resource. This year, I want to focus on cleaning up my series by presenting the lessons to you be compiling all of my lessons on a particular week, this week focusing on obedience.
In this series, you will find a word, definition, scripture to memorize, book lists and a number of activities and crafts related to the topic. I have also included links to other bloggers who have lessons on the trait. I hope you are inspired to work on character with your kids because being intentional in your parenting will help give great direction to both you and your children.
20 Activities and Lessons that Teach Obedience to Kids
Meaningful Mama Obedience Resources
Movies that Teach Obedience
Obedience Lessons from Around the Web
Keys to Obedience by The Better Mom
Pennies Lesson Teaches Obedience by Mama to 5 Blessings
Books and Activities for Teaching Obedience by Burgess Book Lessons
Teach Your Child to Obey Through Games by Triumphant Marriage
Listening Ears by Mama Jenn
How to Make an Obedience Lap Book by Peace Creek on the Prairie
Obedience Lessons by Kids of Integrity
Children Obey Your Parents Coloring Page by Coloring Pages by Mr. Adron
Traffic Light Obedience Activity by Fashion by Lynda
Using Goldfish to Teach Obedience by Tales of Beauty for Ashes
By working on social and emotional learning through character building, you will inspire kids to be the best them, contributing positively to society while also experiencing personal growth.