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  • Courage

    • We find courage to do what’s right, even if it’s hard” or “We need to speaks up and help others.”

    • Teach your children simple strategies to be brave. You might encourage positive self-talk, such as saying, “I can handle this” or “I have courage to do this.” Or teach your children to take slow, deep breaths to find courage.

    • Courage isn’t about something magical that happens inside us to make us ‘not scared’. It’s about something magical that happens inside us to make us push through fear, self-doubt, anxiety, and do the things that feel hard or risky or frightening. Sometimes, courage only has to happen for seconds at a time – just long enough to be brave enough.

    • Courage is a character quality we and our children need every day.  It’s takes courage to make the right choices when are friends and society tell us to make other choices.  It’s takes courage to stand firm our beliefs (popular and unpopular).

  • Biblical Story – Daniel in the Lion’s Den - Daniel 6 1-28

From PBS Kids

From Our Children, National PTA's Unique Voice For Parents

From US News

From The Center For Parenting Education

Some Books About Courage to Read With Your Children

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