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In the next 20-30 years, kids in elementary school today will likely be running significant parts of the world. While they will no doubt learn skills required to survive through education, how do they learn to have foundational ethical values that serve them and others? This week’s stories highlight creative paths that parents and kids are experimenting with to create a kinder world. –Guri

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Editor’s Note: In the next 20-30 years, kids in elementary school today will likely be running significant parts of the world. While they will no doubt learn skills required to survive through education, how do they learn to have foundational ethical values that serve them and others? This week’s stories highlight creative paths that parents and kids are experimenting with to create a kinder world. –Guri
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With the cancellation of summer camps, the Hansons’ decided to create a ‘Common Sense Camp’ at home to teach their kids much-needed life lessons and abilities to take with them into adulthood.
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An 8-year-old came up with a kindness project, which also got her brothers excited. Together, they spread cheer amongst their neighbors and learned that you receive much by giving.
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Hugs Jaclyn Gomez, 9-years-old, noticed the pain and hurt in her community right now. She decided she needed to do something about it herself. Here’s her inspiring news story.
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Raising children in these times isn’t easy. Perhaps, it never was, since each generation has had its share of challenges. In this older but timeless article by Amy Joyce, she asks the big question: Are you raising nice kids? A Harvard psychologist gives 5 ways to raise them to be kind.
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