Teaching Virtues {Free Resource Round Up}

I recently joined a great group of homeschooling blogging moms who work together to gather ideas, activities, & printables to use in a unit study. Each month there are 3 or 4 different topics for unit studies that we share with you.

The first topic for August is Teaching Virtues. {Or Character Education}

I have gathered a few freebie printables, activities, and websites that will hopefully be a blessing and inspiration for you to piece together a great Virtues Unit Study.

Teaching Resources - Resource Round Up

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Shiver’s Academy Book of Virtues Project – lesson plans & printables to accompany William J. Bennett’s Book of Virtue

Kids of Integrity – lessons and printables for several virtues such as honesty, humility, patience, perseverance, & more.

Wisdom and Virtues Verse Printables from This Simple Home

Virtues Writing Packet from Teacher Bits & Bob

Character First Education – lessons, activity sheets, crafts, & more

Free printable Character Education worksheets from Talking with Trees

Free Peaceful Character materials by Montessori Print Shop

Free Music for Character Education

Here is a list of books to check out at the library:

Learning About Virtues: A Guide to Making Good Choices

The Children’s Book of Virtues

The Berenstain Bears and the Truth

The Berenstain Bears Show Some Respect

For more Teaching Virtues unit study inspiration, check out these great posts:

Picture Books About Honesty & Integrity from The Jenny Evolution

Kids Movies about Lying and Telling the Truth from iGameMom

Teaching Virtues {Free Resource Round Up} from Faith and Good Works

Free Songs about Virtues {Character Education Themes & Unit Studies} from Bits of Positivity

Discussing Virtues with Tweens Through Books from Planet Smarty Pants

Be sure to check out my Teaching Virtues Pinterest Board for even more printables and activities!

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This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Hello – I developed a Christian Character Education program called PACE – Program for Achieving Character Education. I’d love to have you look at it and perhaps add to your list of Character Ed resources. Thank you for your consideration!

  2. Wow! What a great list! I can’t wait to see how you put together the unit study, Jenny! I hope you share a sample plan to show us how to teach them. 🙂

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