How does the saying go? “Do as I say, not as I do” or the other way around? We all know that children learn by example. They learn by what they see. But we are also verbal beings. We have the gift of communication. And communication can be such a great asset, when used the right way.
Now, let’s talk about “trust.” Why is trust important? We know that our children trust us because of how we act around them, by how we treat them and because, let’s face it, most of us are creatures of habit, so they learn our predictabilities.
Talking about trust with our children is very important. Why? Because by talking, discussing, studying, brainstorming about it, we can do so many awesome things like: come to conclusions, be on the same page, DEFINE TERMS (such a big problem when miscommunication happens), learn together, grow together and practice together.
Here, you will see a 3-part lesson and several trust principles with activities that you can easily employ in your homeschool. You can make them as simple or as complex as you and your children want. This is geared towards ages 3-6 (approximately), but all of them can be easily adapted and expanded on. I hope you like them and find them helpful, especially the FREE PRINTABLE!
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This is my contributing post for Hip Homeschool Moms. 🙂