25% off Family Kit - April Only!!!
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The We Choose Virtues FAMILY KIT for KIDS has everything you need to teach 12 essential virtues in just minutes a day, bringing peace and order to your home in a fun way that your kids or grandkids will love. This flexible curriculum works in countless settings and includes a lesson plan to make teaching Virtues simple.
The whole Family will love the change that takes place in your home when everyone is choosing and using their Virtues!
This Family Kit can be used for Homeschool, however it comes with 8 fewer tools than the Homeschool Kit, taking up less wall space.
How to use this Tool:
Memorize the simple action-definitions and antonyms for each Virtue.
Practice each Virtue using the real-life demonstrations provided on the Parenting Cards.
Reinforce each Virtue using the colorful Posters, Awards, Flash Cards, and more.
Encourage your child’s effort as they become more Obedient, Honest, Content, Kind, Perseverant, Diligent, Patient, Self-Controlled, Forgiving, Gentle, Helpful and Attentive!
Take a look at the individual tools included in this Kit and get more details on how to use each one.
Downloadable/Reproducible PDF Tools
This Kit comes in two versions: One product in the kit, the Parenting Cards, comes with a simple Bible quote on each card in either KJV or NIrV. The verse is not required to use the program or can be used as a literary element.
The Secular Option does not come with Parenting Cards at all and is priced accordingly. If you already own the Parenting Cards, this option may be a good up-grade kit for you.
Your Kit will be delivered in a padded envelope, and shipped usually within 48 hours. The DOWNLOAD BUTTON will be emailed to you. PLEASE CHECK YOUR JUNK MAIL for it. Enjoy!
This tool was designed for early-childhood through elementary
What other families are saying:
“Thank you for making this amazing program. Our daughter is thriving.”
“We Choose Virtues is the best choice you can make for your family”
“I wish I had this when I was raising my older kids”
"The nicest kids in our neighborhood use Virtues, now so do we!"