Parents' Simplicity Credo:
Family Read Aloud Time
Stuff is a fun read aloud and will promote lots of giggles if you take the time to explore the pictures and use some different voices for the three characters!
Learning at Home
Surprisingly, Northwestern Mutual's 5-Ways to Raise Non-Materialistic Children is concise and pragmatic. Incorporating their tools into your parenting tool-kit and reading books such as Palatini's Stuff will help parents teach children that people are more important than things.
An excellent book to use when teaching about character arcs; there is not a specific set of lessons written to accompany the book, but TeacherWriter has a great resource Using Picture Books to Teach Character Arc.
The Stories Matter
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