TEACHING KIDS the “7 Habits of Highly Successful People!”

One of the directors of Edu Designs is a First grade school teacher.

I love that she has the kids version of the 7 Habits of Highly Successful People (by Steven Covey) on her walls and always reminds them it is their responsibility to choose wisely: 

These important habits are just habits.

Like brushing your teeth or saying “Please” and “Thank You”. 

And with repetition, they become second nature.

It’s great that even the school shirts are promoting reminders of good behavior to kids. It’s bound to sink in if we keep it up!

Please help us as we spread the word to other students, teachers and schools about character education. I founded EDU DESIGNS after my 7 kids grew up and I realized there are so many children out there needing positive media resources.

Your donation is needed and appreciated.

Your support allows us to nurture little ones with high ideals of good character. This will help ALL of us when THEY become the adults in charge!

Thank you for caring!

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Thank you!

 

Ruth
626-940-4768
Ruth Elliott-Hilsdon 
Founder & Director: EDU DESIGNS, a public-benefit nonprofit charity.
Creator: GoMommyGO®, the Registered Trademark of EDU DESIGNS

 

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EDU Designs is a non profit organization whose mission is to produce and distribute multimedia materials for the education, motivation and character development of children.
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