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Age recommendation: 5 years and older
Character Topics: personal leadership and the 7 habits from Stephen Covey
Areas of Potential Concern: none
I'm pretty sure that we are all familiar with Stephen Covey's The 7 Habits of Highly Successful People book, am I right? It's classic, timeless principles of success have inspired people all over the world for decades.
I have found myself trying to teach my children some of these principles from time to time, yet...I didn't do a great job of putting it into language that they could understand, and in a way that was applicable to them.
But that's not a problem anymore!
When the leader of my homeschool co-op suggested that we use Sean Covey's The 7 Habits for Happy Kids, as a unit study, I did a happy dance! I didn't know that this book even existed, and I was thrilled when I learned about it. We've done one principle each week with the kids, and I'm impressed at how well each of the seven chapters in the book teaches Sean's father's life changing principles to young children.
Why I Like The 7 Habits for Happy Kids
All in all, this is a slam dunk of a book. In fact, as I was researching additional resources to use with this book for my subscribers, I came across a way that schools across the country use this book to turn around the culture in their schools and inspire their students to success! Pret-ty cool. And now our families can use it as well.
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