Growing Bookworms – Teaching children about charity

Today, I am over at Writing to be Read with a post about teaching children about charity. Thank you for hosting me, Kaye Lynne Booth.

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Christmas is just around the corner and many people are gearing up for holidays, family gatherings, presents, and lots of delicious food. Of course, not everyone is in this privileged position and there are millions of people who will not have any of these things.

I thought December would be a good time to write about teaching children about charity.

People who care about earth and the people and animals we share it with want to raise generous children who understand the importance of charity and giving back to society. It is a good idea to raise the concept of charity with our children early on and this can be done in a way that doesn’t scare them or make them fearful.

From a young age, I told my children that while their are many children whose families are wealthier than we are and who have more than they do…

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27 thoughts on “Growing Bookworms – Teaching children about charity

      1. Yes, I think it is normal. Mammals generally watch out for their offspring. I remember seeing a YT video of a mama bear taking her cubs across a busy road. Thankfully, someone stopped the traffic and it was adorable to watch, especially as one ran away.


  1. Excellent post, Robbie. I loved it from the beginning to the end. It is so great to teach children from a young age what it is to help and be kind to the needy and you are doing a great work, Robbie. Thank you so much dear for the care and love.

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      1. I am so happy at what you are doing and taking your children in this kind act. They will surely carry on what you have teached them in life. There are thousands and thousands who are helpless and if we in our own little ways help them it gives us so much satisfaction. Lots of love and blessings dear Robbie.

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  2. A great post and a good reminder of how important it is to make sure our children learn about the need to help others and to contribute to making their life and circumstances better, from an early age. It is something they will never forget and will continue to guide them through their whole lives.

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