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Living Values Activities for Children Ages 3-7

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Living Values Activities for Children Ages 3-7

Developed and written by Diane Tillman and Diana Hsu

A Comprehensive Guide for Teaching Values

LIVING VALUES;  AN EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM is a partnership of educators around the world.  The authors of this book have both worked with children for more than twenty years. DIANE TILLMAN is a licensed educational psychologist and DIANA HSU is a teacher. Supported by UNESCO, this program includes activities from educators around the world.

The Living Values Activities curriculum is written for educators and other adults working with children who are concerned about an increasingly violent world and a lack of respect for others.  Already a success in more than 1,000 locations worldwide, Living Values: An Educational Program offers age-appropriate activities that promote self-esteem, critical thinking, emotional intelligence, and creative expression - the necessary wellspring of skills that will enable children to respond positively to an ever-changing and diverse society.  This Living Values Activities book includes:

  • Goals, objectives and detailed lesson plans for ages 3-7 that explore eleven key units: Peace, Respect, Love, Tolerance, Honesty, Humility, Co-operation, Happiness, Responsibility, Simplicity and Unity.
  • Lessons that encourage skill-building for both left- and right-brain thinkers, including reflecting, imagining, writing, singing, drawing and discussion.
  • Child-tested exercises submitted by successful educators.
  • Tips to incorporate the program into a curriculum with time and budget constraints.
  • Examples of dialogues to be used in guided imagery; song lyrics; and stories to read for comprehension and discussion.
  • Educator notes for preparation and special circumstances.

Whether you are an educator, day-care provider or a concerned parent, equipping the young people of today with social skills and allowing them to explore core values will help them develop their potential, and inspire them to put their values into practice in the world by making a positive difference.

Watch 15 minutes of the LVEP International film. It features educators and students engaged in LVEP in five countries: Brazil, India, Kenya, Mauritius and the United Kingdom.


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