Teaching kids to respect others is really important, especially in the early years. But unlike other early skills, parents don’t always get many opportunities to model respect, especially in ways that make sense to kids.
Have You Filled a Bucket Today?
The concept is simple: everyone has a bucket that needs to be filled each day.
A Little Respectful SPOT
This book doesn’t just talk about respecting people, but also places and things. It also models real-world situations that your kids will probably encounter – especially at school or daycare.
The Choices I Make
Self-regulation is a big reason why young kids end up disrespecting others, the rules, or the environment around them
The Rabbit Listened
The Rabbit Listened is a different kind of book about respect; respecting feelings. For example, a little boy is sad in the story, but everyone just wants to tell him what to do.