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Teaching Values


Universal Value #1: Honesty

  • Help Kids Find a Way to Tell the Truth. The best way to encourage truthfulness in your child is to be a truthful person yourself. …
  • Insist That Children Make Amends. …
  • Encourage Them To Take on a Challenge.
  • Teach Them To Think about Others’ Feelings. …
  • Be Generous with Your Affection.

The Four Building Blocks:

Early teaching forms an integrated approach to educating children. In the preschool years, much of the focus is on character development. Classroom experiences center around learning universal values such as kindness, honesty, cooperation, and responsibility. As the children mature, excellence becomes a natural consequence of the values focus; aiming for their best is not an external push, but an internal desire of students.

Teachers reward children for their efforts as well as their achievements. The third concept, global understanding, is built on the first two. At this level, children learn to value the range of cultures, races, and individual characteristics. Finally, from the first three building blocks comes a commitment to make the world a better place through community service. Specific curricular activities relate to each of these building blocks:

Universal values: The children are capable of learning virtues such as trustworthiness, compassion, courage, and patience. But mere knowledge of ideals and principles is not enough; children must translate ideals into action. Values education goes beyond critical analysis and intellectual appreciation by connecting it to volition and the desire for improvement. To build virtues in children, teachers integrate values education into the larger fabric of learning. When children participate in art, music, or drama, they often focus their work on themes such as unity, peace, environmental integrity, or service.







Celebrating Multiculturalism

Turn the world around; for the children, turn the world around…


Happy Holi,


Happy St. Patrick’s Day,

Happy St. Patrick's Day

Happy Purim

Happy Purim








I’m good


Once upon a time, a hippopotamus lived in a river next to a big and solitary tree.

One day, a bird came and nested in the tree. The songs and the flight of the bird caused such envy in the hippo that he couldn’t think of anything else. Every day he would lament the fact that he had been born a hippo. This, despite the many times the bird told the hippo he was so lucky to be so big and such a good swimmer.

Finally, the hippo made his mind up that he would come out of the river, climb the tree, go out to perch on a branch, and start singing. However, when he tried to climb the tree it was all too clear that the hippo didn’t have wings, nor claws to climb with, and neither could he hop.

Realising that he would never manage it, he angrily rammed his whole weight against the tree until it came crashing to the ground. Then, triumphantly, he stepped onto the leaves of the fallen tree, and began singing.

Unfortunately, hippos can’t sing either. All that came from his mouth were horrible noises, and when the other animals heard this they all gathered round to make fun of the hippo standing on the branch of a fallen tree, trying to sing like a bird.

He was so embarrassed by this that he decided to never again regret being a hippo. He also felt bad about having knocked the tree over. He used all his strength to raise the tree back up again, replant it, and look after it until it had completely recovered.




Survival Endurance Attitude Stamina Resilience People Enduring D

Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma – which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of other’s opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”

-Steve Jobs


Children’s song



A wise old owl lived in an oak
The more he saw the less he spoke
The less he spoke the more he heard.
Why can’t we all be like that wise old bird?