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Drawing Together to Build Character

by Marge Heegaard (2004, Fairview Press, 9.95)
        

This book helps children learn and display the important character values of kindness, respectfulness, responsibility, honesty, fairness, and gratitude. Adults can use the book to see how children express in pictures what they are unable to say in words. Grades K-5. [8.5” x 11”...40 pages]


The Original Warm Fuzzy Tale

by Claude Steiner (1977, Jalmar, 19.95)
        

The concept of Warm Fuzzies and Cold Pricklies originated in this delightful story. A fairy tale in every sense with adventure, fantasy, heroes, villains, and a moral. Color. Grades 1-8. [6” x 9”...41 pages]


Attitude Quotes, Quips, & Cartoons:
First Aid for Dour Dispositions, K-12

by Dave & Nancy Craig (2014, Paperbacks For Educators, 9.95)
        

The focus of this collection is on using sage quips, quotes, and cartoons to change negative attitudes. The 450+ quips and quotes, and the 22 cartoons focus on how attitude infuses every part of the lives of students. The main body of the book is organized around 46 attitude categories. Here you will find words and phrases to plant. Some will likely germinate fairly soon. Some will take more time. Regardless, your efforts will impact students for years to come. Grades K-12. [7” x 8.5”...90 pages]


How Is Your Character Today?
(Mood Magnet)

Edited (2001, Creative Therapy Associates, 4.00)
        

Another small magnetized poster and a movable frame. It gives a choice of 15 dogs to indicate how one's character might be visualized. [4” x 5.5”]


Young Person’s Character Education Handbook

Edited (2006, JIST Works, 16.95)
        

This lively handbook is an essential resource to help elementary and middle school students grasp why character is important and how it contributes to success in school, at home, and in life. Helps young people understand, care about, and act with character. Color. Grades 4-9. [7.5” x 9.5”...313 pages]


What Do You Stand For? For Teens
: A Guide to Building Character

by Barbara Lewis (2005, Free Spirit, 19.99)
        

This book empowers teens to identify and build the character traits that are most important to them. True stories profile kids who exemplify positive traits and inspiring quotations set the stage for kids to think about, discuss and debate positive traits. Grades 4-9. [8.5” x 11”...172 pages]

   


What Do You Stand For?:
Character Building Card Game

by Barbara Lewis (2006, Free Spirit, 13.99)
        

Turn learning into a game and kids will want to play. Based on the book, What Do You Stand For? For Kids (14.99), this 60-card game spotlights 10 top character traits: Caring, Citizenship, Cooperation, Fairness, Forgiveness, Honesty, Relationships, Respect, Responsibility, and Safety. To win, players collect cards of each trait. Each card features a "What If" scenario or question about character that gets kids thinking about what they would do—and what they stand for. Meant to be played with adult supervision (a teacher, counselor, or youth worker familiar with character education themes), the game includes an insert with rules and basic character education concepts. Grades 1-6.


The Original Warm Fuzzy Tale

by Claude Steiner (1977, Jalmar, 19.95)
        

The concept of "Warm Fuzzies and Cold Pricklies" originated in this delightful story. A fairy tale in every sense with adventure, fantasy, heroes, villains, and a moral. Color. Grades 1-8. [6” x 9”...41 pages]

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