I think that kindness comes naturally to some children, but with bullying consistently on the rise, it's obviously something we need to discuss and teach at home.
Here are 5 simple tips on cultivating kindness in your children:
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Auggie is a fifth grader. His face is badly deformed and he spent much of his preschool years hiding under a toy astronaut helmet in and out of surgeries. When August starts attending school for the first time, he makes enemies and friends, enduring the worst kind of taunts and enjoying the best kinds of friendships.WONDER captures the dual nature of childhood, both how cruel and how tender we can be with one another. It's about the wounds we inflict and the scars we carry, all the things that teach us to do things differently the next time.