Top of the scorching hot summer day to you all!! Well this weekend was a great one for me personally. That’s Roosevelt “Cancer” talking. Did he just refer to himself in third person? Guess I did. In the T.V. show “Who’s Line Is This”; I’d like to ask you a question “Who’s blog is this?” Yes my blog…..at least for this post! Hopefully my third grade english teacher isn’t reading and critiquing my grammar…sorry Mrs Anchrome.
So the other day I was at foodie Andre “Diabetes” house and ran into a book that inspired kids to develop strong leadership character, working together in service to school and community, and foster and develop strong moral character. And it was at that time that I looked at foodie Andres” son and said to myself he is going to be a great leader for his community and wherever he travels in life.
For today I just wanted to get kids into the habit of working together and appreciating others around them. Here are 10 things not just only kids but parents as well can do to show others you care:
1. Treat everyone kindly.
2. Find ways you’re alike.
3. Include someone who is new.
4. Learn to give and receibe help.
5. Appreciate others the way they are.
6. Overlook small differences.
7. Listen and talk when differences causes a problem.
8. Try to understand how others feel.
9. Forgive when you feel hurt.
10. Value each person as part of the group.
Source: Accept and Value Each Person, part of the Learning to Get Along series from Free Spirit Publishing Inc.