FREE Character Counts: Tolerance Character Study Planner

We are living in some crazy times right now. It is important to teach our children to be respectful, polite, compassionate and understanding. But what about tolerance? Tolerance today seems to be skewed. If you think a certain way that goes along with the mainstream and social media, then everyone is tolerant. But if you don’t you are canceled, hence the name “cancel culture.”

The big question is how do you do this in the world in which we live in today and still retain your perspective? How can you be tolerant while standing strong in your beliefs?

This month’s subscriber freebie is on the theme of Tolerance:

This is a pretty deep topic, but it is an important one. How do we teach our children to be loving, care about others, be compassionate, stick to their beliefs and have a good moral compass—all while being tolerant? Like we have discussed in past character studies it starts inside your own family unit. With typical day-to-day situations your children will learn to be tolerant of a family member that has an annoying habit or attitude. We can correct them when we see behaviors pop up that show them being impatient in their reactions to a sibling or friend.

Tolerance also has to do with realizing that everyone is different. Some people do not think or believe the same way as your own family does. This handy guide will give you examples of how to practice the qualities you’d like to work on with your children in your own home.

What is in this month’s character planner?

Our Character Counts planners will help you to plan out a 4-week study on the specific character trait for that month. This month is on the topic of Tolerance. Our planners are always open and go, so that work of planning is done for you. They are also customizable so you can pick and choose what you would like to use from the planner printables. The planners are not dated and can be used  anytime of the year. We like to store ours in a character training binder broken down by theme. Character training is a great addition to a family morning or Bible time in your homeschool. The activities are good for all ages in your family, and parents too!

Let’s take a look at what’s inside:

  • Character Quality Family Checklist Worksheet
  • 4 Week Study on Tolerance vs. Intolerance
  • Analyze and Evaluation Sheets
  • Character Trait Planning Worksheets
  • Tolerance Journaling Sheets
  • Tolerance Study Worksheets for Kids
  • Activity Sheets
  • Tolerance Goals Sheets
  • Printable Motivation Posters
  • Certificate of Completion

Each week we send the free access to download your Character Counts Planner in our ezine. The planner access information is always located at the bottom of each email. There is a new planner every single month. If you are not signed up, you can sign up HERE.

More help on teaching tolerance:

If we teach our children values and teach them to be tolerant of others who may not agree with us, where does that get us? In this volatile culture do we need to teach our children to compromise their beliefs? The word tolerant means to put up with in some way. To put up with noise, or hardship, or annoying people. But does it mean that we have to be accepting of the beliefs of others? How do we educate our children in our beliefs if we have parameters of what we can and can’t say? In this episode, Felice tackles this question with some ways to begin the journey into our uncharted world.

Teaching Tolerance Without Compromising Your Beliefs

Teaching Tolerance | Teaching tolerance is possible without selling your soul. How do we educate our children in our beliefs if we have parameters of what we can and can’t say? In this episode, I tackle this question with some ways to begin the journey into our uncharted world. | #podcast #homeschoolpodcast #homeschool #teaching #tolerance #morals #faith #christianity #Christ #beliefs #moralbeliefs #character #goodcharacter #characterqualities

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