Link: Teach Children to Give By Telling Them How Much Your Family Has Been Given

by ParentCo. October 30, 2015

Quite often our instinct is to answer children’s questions about giving in the abstract: Because it’s the right thing to do. To give back. Our religious tradition requires it.

Many of these answers won’t satisfy your children’s curiosity and intense desire for specificity, so let me suggest another one: One great reason to give is to honor your own family’s history of being helped.

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