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Great Habit Quotes For Kids

A habit is defined by Wikipedia as a “settled or regular tendency or practice, especially one that is hard to give up.” Habits are a big deal.  Your habits, or rituals, become who you are.  Choose and practice good habits and things will go well for you.  Choose and practice bad habits and you will face…

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Great Kindness Quotes for Kids

Kindness and caring…two very simple words, but two actions that can change your world and the world around you.   They are qualities that, when you practice them, bring happiness not only to others but back to you as well. Everyday we have many choices to make in the way we treat other people and things….

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Welcome! We are thrilled to learn of your interest in the InspireMyKids community! You can learn more about us here. You are joined by thousands of educators each month in over 100 countries around the world who use IMK to provide engaging, thought-provoking stories, quotations and activities to energize both core learning curriculum and character…

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Inspiring Ideas For Your Students

Inspiremykids.com is being used by educators, guidance counselors and school psychologists across the United States, Canada and around the world to provide a positive, interactive and unique way to support and integrate teaching requirements in Character Education, Citizenship, Service Learning and ELA. For example, Special Ed teacher extraordinaire, Johnna Sarcone, as part of her Character…

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10 Inspiring Quotes for Kids About Animals and Pets

Animals are some of the greatest friends and companions that we have.  Beyond friendship, they provide us with food, entertainment and love.  Some people, such as farmers, the blind and the sick, depend on them to live their lives.  How we treat and respect animals reflects who we are as people and also as nation….

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Joshua Norris – Overcoming Disabilities One Goal at a Time

The story of Joshua Norris is one of great courage, focus and generosity. Born with learning disabilities, he struggled both with schoolwork and with making friends. But day by day, he has had the courage and perseverance to overcome his challenges. Now, Joshua has among the highest grades in his entire school! And he also…

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Adora Svitak – What Adults Can Learn From Kids

Child prodigy Adora Svitak says the world needs “childish” thinking: bold ideas, wild creativity and especially optimism. Kids’ big dreams deserve high expectations, she says, starting with grownups’ willingness to learn from children, not just teach them. A prolific short story writer and blogger since age seven, Adora Svitak (now 12) speaks around the United States…

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