Teaching kids purpose is important. As adults we may all understand that God has gifted us all with a very specific purpose, however this can be a difficult concept for children to grasp as well as a concept that can often be misconstrued, therefore it is important for us as parents to be sure that we do our job and spend time teaching our children this very important character trait. Using these lessons, activities and other articles – you can succeed in teaching your kids about purpose.
Welcome to My Character Development Series
If you are new to my character development series, let me tell you a little bit more about these lessons. If you check out my character development 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. 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 respect. 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.
Purpose Character Development Lesson from Meaningful Mama
- Purpose Word Ring
- Purpose “I Will Statements”
- Purpose and Setting Goals
- Purpose with Veggie Tales
- Purpose in Things
- We All Have Purpose
- Purpose Statement
- Helping Children Find Their Purpose
Purpose Lessons from Around the Web
- Teaching Kids to Live with Purpose – by The Realistic Mama
- Teaching Your Children to Live Life On Purpose – by Missional Motherhood
- Design with a Purpose: 3 Point Object Lesson for Kids – by The Scripture Lady
It is my hope that you were able to use these character development lessons on purpose for teaching your children about this important concept. Please feel free to share any lessons you may have blogged about in the comments below.
My Favorite Books for Teaching Character to Kids
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NOTE: I’m not convinced these books are going to be around forever. I believe, unfortunately, that they are out of print. I have snatched up all of them I can. If you are interested, I wouldn’t wait.