Children need to learn how to be respectful. It seems to be an outdated value but teaching kids to respect their parents helps them feel secure.
Tweet There is a difference between obedience and respect. It is easy to get children to obey, but they may do it without respect. However, if you can teach your child to respect you, themselves and others, then teaching them to obey is much simpler. When a child respects a parent then they will obey out of love instead of obligation.
Honour thy father and mother; which is the first commandment with promise; That it may be well with thee, and thou mayest live long on the earth. Teach Respect by Showing Respect You need to model respect for your child. Your child needs to see you being honest and respectful with other people.
Telling them to respect you and not respecting others makes it difficult for a child to follow your teaching. This includes the way you speak about your spouse and co-workers. In front of your boss you may display respect, but remember that your children hear how you talk about her at home.
It is possible to get your children to respect you, but are they being equally dishonest when they disrespect you in front of their friends? They learned that from you.
Modeling respect includes complimenting your children and trusting them. Be equally fair to all your children. Of course age differences dictate that you give more responsibility to one child than another, but do your best to give the younger one the same responsibilities you gave the older one at their age.
Keep promises to your children and pay attention when they speak. Each one of these actions will help you children learn respect by the way you treat them. Point out respect and disrespect when you see it. This teaches your child that others can see when they are respectful and not.
Teach Your Child to Respect Himself By giving your child responsibilities and independence you are giving him opportunities to show his own strengths. Believe that your child can do the job you have given him to do. Help him be successful in the tasks you give him. Each success will help him gain more self respect.
Help your child set and achieve personal goals. Rules Can Be Teachers Create rules for yourself and your child. When he sees you respecting your own set of rules it will help him learn self discipline and respect.
An example of this is that I have a friend who will only wear white shirts when he preaches. There is no rule in his church which requires this. But as a personal area of self-discipline, he has chosen to do this.
This is a man who has raised children who each very successful in their fields and attribute their success to the self respect they learned from their parents.
Teach Honesty It is hard to respect a liar. When you get too much change let your child know you are returning the extra and why you are doing it.
You should never accept their sinsbut let them know you accept them as individuals. Do you speak disrespectfully about other people when you see them doing wrong? You should point out the wrongdoing, but still respect the person in the process.
Your children need to know that their actions have consequences. This may include punishment by you as a parent. While you are punishing their wrong actions, you need to also let them know you love them. Tell them specifically you love them. They may not respond lovingly during the punishment, but they will know whether you are punishing them out of love or anger.
Your children should learn to respect their siblings, family members and school mates.By teaching our children reverence, we are setting them on a path to overall well-being.
How to Teach Reverence As with all things, there are about as many ways to teach children reverence as there are children.
That meeting became the seed pod for this series of messages, which I have entitled, Help For the Home; Teaching Our Children Respect. The topics we will cover during this three-part series are: Respect for God, Respect for Others, Respect for Myself, and Respect for Leaders.
Teaching Mutual Respect: The Two-Way Street Teaching mutual respect, at its core, refers to character education and to values education, areas that easily may differ widely among individuals in any given social group.
Have students make a list of synonyms for the word respect. For example, esteem, honor, regard, value, cherish, appreciate, admire, praise, compliment Share books in which respect is a clear theme. You can find an excellent booklist at Children's Books That Illustrate .
“Teaching with This Manual,” Primary 1 (), v–viii This manual provides lessons for teaching children who are three years old by 1 January. Teachers can also adapt the manual for use with children eighteen months to three years old.
Communication, respect, and honesty are the building blocks of healthy relationships, and consent is about all of those things. Teaching kids about the skills of consent can help reduce sexual coercion, harassment, and even assault. USING THE PARENT DISCUSSION GUIDE.