i am looking forward to see if your method works or not
mm...how about they have the same umm...morals (or is it values?? o.O confused n.n) as me...? and an extra few that they have because of their peers..? wait wait they must also understand that racism is bad bad (sometimes i dont exactly follow that rule...>.>) and that they shouldnt copy me because i copied my dad who used to yell "bloody asian driver" whenever something weird happened on the road..^^;;
Ello. I love my kitty. ^^
(I'm not gay...I'm female. Okay, maybe I am gay sometimes. But in a happy way. ^^)
Haha that "asian driver" thing may be stereotypical, but it's actually quite well founded if you live in/near Richmond, B.C., where half the native population is Asian.
I find teaching morals to children to be useless. They don't do something because they know the consequences for their actions, not because they think it is wrong.
I am sorry but by children what age do you mean? I was thinking more along the line 2-4 but it might not really matter to you. I don't really have any experience with kids past that age, and so far any attempt by me to teach them morals goes awry.Mostly because they don't understand the reasoning behind the morals I would think. Then again I am still a child myself technically speaking and teaching kids might still be beyond me.
you will have to modulate the way you teach depending on your children's ages, but i think "children" can go here from birth up to majority, with the most important part being between 3-4 and 10 years old...
Well, I wouldn't exactly teach my children morals so much as make it up as I go along. For instance, if there's a group of thugs picking on a lone bystander, I'd inform my kid that that's a bad thing. Now, if said bystander beat the holy hell out of the thugs, whilst the excess of violence may be considered bad, I'd tell my kid that was awesome. Except, you know...in a wiser way?
I'll answer this question properly later. When I have kids of my own.
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