Raising great kids: Ages 6 to 8

Raising great kids: Ages 6 to 8

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Empathy, generosity, honesty, responsibility, and respect – teaching your grade-schooler to be a good person is no easy task. Here, four ways to make a difference:

Teaching generosity

Eight great ways to show your grade-schooler how to practice generosity – both within your family and away from home.

  • How to raise a generous child

Teaching honesty

Start early to show your grade-schooler that you trust him and that honesty is important to you, and you'll lay the groundwork for rearing an honest adult.

  • How to raise an honest child

Teaching responsibility

To instill a sense of responsibility in your grade-schooler, meet him halfway: Choose age-appropriate tasks, establish routines, and set up a system to keep track of his successes.

  • How to raise a responsible child

Teaching respect

All kids test parental limits. But that doesn't mean you can't teach your grade-schooler to respect others. Begin with the basics (saying "please" and "thank you"), then try these six other strategies.

  • How to raise a respectful child

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