7 Ways to Raise Generous Kids
Most would agree that generosity is a character trait we want our children to possess. But in our “me, me, me” culture, it’s harder than ever to raise kids who think of others and want to share what they’ve been blessed with. So here’s How to Teach Generosity to Your Kids.
By starting early with helps like our Share, Save, Spend printable, you can train your children to think of their money as something to be used in all three ways. You children can also give more than their money; they can give their time (they always need volunteers at local non-profits) or their talents (maybe she could drop by the retirement home to play piano for the residents occasionally).
Finally, remember that your example is one of the greatest tools for instilling generosity. When your children observe you faithfully and cheerfully sharing what you have with others, they’ll be more likely to do the same!