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What is honesty? How can we teach children to be honest? Honesty is one of the most important values in the formation of the personality and character of children. It is the basis of your relationships with others. An honest person attracts trust and respect from others. What can we do to get our children to be honest with us, with other family members and friends?
Honesty is a value that once learned and assimilated, becomes an attitude that sows confidence in oneself and in those who are in contact with this person. Being honest makes children always act based on truth and justice.
To offer an education in the honesty to children, both parents and educators have a great mission in their hands. Follow some tips to make the awakening of honesty in children a reality:
1- Honesty attracts honesty. So the first thing parents and educators should do is preach this value by example. It is doing what you can and not what you can't, for example. It is doing what is said and not saying and promising and then not fulfilling.
2- To develop honesty in a child, it is necessary to form notions, knowledge, skills, feelings and emotions, experiences and experiences that lead him to be honest.
3- First, teach children to be honest with themselves. Take them to know their limitations, their strengths and weaknesses, and their behavior.
4- It is important to let children know that honest behavior generates good friends and positive moral recognition in others.
5- Being honest is striving to do something useful for the benefit of others, without expecting anything in return.
6- To be honest is to respect others, it is not to appropriate what is foreign, it is to be sincere in the relationship with the other, it is not to lie and always tell the truth, no matter how hard it may be.
7- At school, teachers can invite children to draw pictures or paint and color them in highlighting helping other people.
8- Children can internalize examples of honesty through conversation, observation and play with their parents, siblings and educators.
9- For every honest behavior that children develop, we should know how to reward them in their time. The reward can reinforce this behavior in children.
10- Talk to children about the consequences of dishonesty. A dishonest person can suffer from loneliness, anxiety, being called a liar, not having friends or the trust of others.
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