Character Education for Young Children is a curriculum of ten lessons designed to teach children ages 3 – 7 how to conduct themselves with confidence through hands-on activities.

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  • 10 Lessons Structured for 50-minute Classes
  • Goals for each lesson
  • Classroom set-up
  • Teaching instructions
  • Teacher/Student dialogue
  • Printable handouts materials
  • Sample Parent Letters
  • Lessons are printed in color
  • Bound in a 3-ring padded binder


Character Education for Young Children is a complete “how to” for the early childhood development teacher.

Beginning at an early age, character education can make a positive difference in a child’s life.  Learning social skills in a nurturing environment builds confidence and teaches respect and courtesy for one another. 

The Character Education for Young Children syllabus focuses on how to communicate properly, be respectful and display proper table manners.

By learning how to speak clearly and make eye contact, students will gain the confidence that is needed at this young age

Developing Verbalization Skills

Learning the Correct Phrases when Meeting, Greeting and Exiting

How to Make Introductions

Making Eye Contact




Sharing the Conversation

Counting Numbers

Remembering Home Address

Reasons for Using the Phone

How to Use the Phone

Making a 911 Call

Good Manners

Meeting New Friends

Properly Shaking Hands

Speaking with Confidence

Speaking Clearly


Saying Thank-you

How to Write Thank-you Notes

Identifying the Left and Right Hand

Using the napkin

Learning the Correct Place Setting

Holding Dining Utensils Correctly

To Learn What is Expected When Dining

Dining Skills

This life skills syllabus meets national educational performance standards. Our curriculum emphasizes consistency and positive behavioral management, developing social skills, building self-esteem, self-assurance, respect for others, following rules and routines, motor skills development, and other skills necessary for successful socialization.

To learn more about the complete Character Education Series and why our children need this education Click Here.

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