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The Helping, Sharing, and Caring Workbook

Parents and Professionals – Great Resource for Developing Empathy, Altruism, Social Skills, and Reducing Bullying!

Kids Learn Their Real Power to Create a Kinder, More Peaceful World!

This workbook is part of The Helping, Sharing, and Caring Collection which includes a board game, card game, workbook, script book, therapy ball and more!

The Helping, Sharing and Caring Workbook guides children to:

  • Learn and practice altruism
  • Gain social skills for making friends
  • Stop bulling behaviors
  • Get along better with others

The 60 child-friendly activities in this workbook are designed to teach specific behaviors that express altruism, an unselfish interest in the welfare of others. Children learn to value and practice altruistic attitudes and behaviors towards others and themselves. They learn how their own caring thoughts and actions help make their immediate world, and the world in general, a better place.

Activities, games, and puzzles center around eight areas of:

  • Kindness
  • Empathy
  • Good Manners
  • Social Skills
  • Sharing
  • Respect
  • Safety and Health
  • Doing the Right Thing
  • Helping Others

Each section of the book teaches the importance of the particular topic area and specific ways to express this virtue through thoughts, words, and actions. Children learn the words, behaviors, and thought patterns that help to create an altruistic society.

Child-friendly and engaging social skills activities worksheets include:  “The Good Manners Machine,” “The Generosity Club,” “Help-O-Meter,” “Lean Gene and His Cleaning Machine,” “Rest and Relaxation Soup,” “The Kindness Chain,” and more.

The Helping, Sharing, and Caring Workbook is recommended by:

“What better way to help children develop their feelings about being a positive and caring person? This workbook provides the opportunity for children to experience being empathetic, helping others and truly respecting yourself. The materials bring out the best in children in a fun and engaging way!

-M.B., early childhood educator and camp director, Lincolnshire, Illinois