How to Raise Children with Good Morals – 6 Powerful Steps

Do you wonder how to raise children with good morals? Raising children with a strong moral compass is one of the most important ways to turn them into a good person. A person that is fully aware of the importance of treating others with love and respect.

But knowing how to do this can be quite difficult because it can be hard to know how to pass on a set of beliefs and morals to another person, particularly one as impressionable as a child.

Raise Children with Good Morals

How to Raise Children with Good Morals

  • If you want to raise children who have good morals then the most important thing you can do is lead by example. Show your children that you are a person that has strong morals and that you exercise them on a daily basis. Be a good person that listens to others and does not judge them. This will give your children a brilliant example to look up to.
  • Teach your children the importance of their actions. Make them fully aware that their actions have consequences. If your children believe that their negative actions do not have consequences then they will not learn to stop these actions. Teach your child that their actions have an impact on other people and try to get your child to look at things from the other person’s perspective. This will help them to see the consequences of their actions. If they have hurt someone or angered them then they need to know.
  • Try to avoid letting your children come into contact with those that you know to be morally questionable. This will not always be possible because your children will come into contact with many different people but try to minimise contact with people that will a negative effect on your childrens characters.
  • Let your children use their instincts and initiatives when it comes to moral dilemmas. This is an excellent way to see how your child is developing.
  • As you see moral issues occurring in everyday life, point them out to your child and discuss them. Tell them why it is a moral issue and explain it in detail. Give your child something to think about and then ask them what they would do if they were in that situation. Get them to explain their decision and give their reasons.
  •  Reward their good behaviour by telling them that they have done well and that they are a good person. And teach them that their positive actions have a profound effect as well as their negative ones. It will make them feel valued and important.


Further reading

Take a look at my books 365 days of Kind and Create your Own Kindness.

Two lovely resources to encourage kids to do good.



Raise Children with Good Morals

Raise Children with Good Morals


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