Character Training Curriculum Giveaway

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Character Training


This Weeks Featured Giveaway Sponsored by – We Choose Virtues

We Choose Virtues Character Training Curriculum

Let’s be honest, instilling virtues in kids is hard work!
But can it be fun too? We think so. In fact, there’s no better way to learn.
So We Choose Virtues brings memorable catchphrases, endearing characters, and just plain fun to
Simply Inspire Character that Lasts.
  • We Choose Virtues is Simple. Easy to understand.
  • We Choose Virtues is Inspiring. Teaching and learning together with practice.
  • We Choose Virtues is about Character…Doing what is right, even when no one is watching.
  • We Choose Virtues Lasts. Change that lasts, from the inside out!


Character Training

Homeschool Kit

This Kit was assembled with everything a Homeschool parent needs to effectively teach 12 Virtues. It has 5 beautiful posters, a 100 Day’s of Virtue achievement chart with stickers, flash cards and so much more. The Parenting Cards included in this set were created to help you inspire and demonstrate each Virtue and turn your home or home classroom into a place where Virtue is demonstrated with both attitudes and actions!

Valued at $98.99

See the Homeschool Kit HERE

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One family will win a complete Homeschool Kit – valued at almost $100

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  • kelly tillotson

    obedience! thank you!

  • annette from A Net in Time


  • tina goins


  • Alana Jo

    I would love to win! I’d first work on obedience.

  • Linda Bobo Reddoch

    I have to choose just one virtue I am looking forward to learning about? There are so many good ones.
    I am looking forward to being KIND. :)

    Linda Bobo Reddoch

  • Rebecca Spotswood

    Diligent will be our first character trait!

  • Emily Quesenberry

    With five kids it seems they all are struggling with different area and thrive with others. But if I had to pick on that would benefit our family the most I would say self control. It seems to be the one that would help many childhood struggles, back talk, unkind speech, tantrums…

  • Jenn Gee

    DEFINITELY Self-control, but Diligence will be a close second!

  • Sarah Jo Spiridigliozzi

    I would like to work on Patience first but Diligence is definitely an important one in my house too! :)

  • Audrey

    We really need to work on obedience first.

  • jeniferdarnold

    Homeschooling momma of four…one with PDDNOS. Self control is what we would start with. :)

  • sarah

    Definitely self control!!!

  • Christy

    I have SO wanted to get this! Thanks for the chance to win!

  • utkallie

    I have always wanted to try this program out!

  • csclark626


  • s greiner

    Love this!

  • corey

    self control

  • Amanda VanDusen


  • Jen


  • Alexandra David

    Obedience 😉

  • ZNR

    Honest or Self-Control

  • Robyn

    I want my sons to work on being KIND.

  • kara

    Definitely self-control

  • Brooke Wells


  • Sara

    Attentiveness is always needed at our house!

  • Holly Brown

    For my daughter, SELF-CONTROL. For my son, OBEDIENCE. For both together, being KIND. For myself, PATIENCE!

  • Teresa

    It would be hard to choose the first one since they all need work. Maybe Obedience.

  • Valerie

    obedience would be frst on my list

  • Faith

    Thankfulness and Praise!

  • Heidi

    First time obedience

  • Jessica

    I would work on obedience!

  • Darcy

    Self control!

  • tiffany

    Diligence and self-control :)

  • Sarah Hill

    With six kids kindness is definitely something we could use work on, but so could thankfulness, obedience and self-control.

  • Kristi


  • Amber

    I would love something like this for my 3 boys!!!! Definitely Gentlness!!!!

  • Sherry


  • Ericka Garcia

    Awesome Giveaway!!! 2nd Year Homeschooling and would love to introduce these character traits into my sons 1st grade curriculum.. Thank you for the opportunity to win such an incredible package!! Gratefulness is one im currently dealing with Since its the opposite of Whining!

  • Jamie E.

    Let’s see…self-control is at the top of the list, followed closely by patience and thankfulness.

  • Deborah


  • Kate D

    We are working on attentiveness. I hadn’t realized how it is lacking in our home, and how much of a blessing it will be when it is restored, until now! :)

  • Astrid

    I would love to win this giveaway. My family really needs theses reinforcements ! We would work on diligence first !

  • pamela

    I would love this for my homeschooled kids, we need patience.

  • Mandy W

    Would love to work on these with my 10, 4, and 2 year old children!

  • Amy a.


  • Hope H.

    Self control and patience.

  • Marcella

    What a great addition this would be for homeschooling. We would work on kindness, we have some sbiling jealousy and we pray the Lord changes the hearts to kindness…..maybe through this curriculum

  • Karen

    We would be thrilled to win the We Choose Virtue’s package!

  • Lauralee

    Looks like a great resource!

  • SF

    I think we’d work on truthfulness

  • Mandy Hammon Haynes


  • Bonnie Boucek

    Self-control for my boys and patience for my daughter.

  • Kala

    Obedience first

  • Sonja Z

    Thankfulness and patience!

  • luv4matty


  • Daniel Johnson

    Perseverant. We are adopting a special needs child so just to keep going every day and to get up and try again is an important trait.

  • Amy Cowan

    Patience or obedience.

  • Mariann Brown

    Self control is what we need to work on first!

  • JojoMamma

    Absolutely self-control!

  • Heather Archer Cansler


  • Angela

    This material looks good!

  • Michelle S.

    Patience! Thanks so much for the chance!!!!!

  • Kathy

    This looks great!

  • Tuzyae

    Would love to learn more about this! We definitely need to study obedience. Thanks!

  • Carrie

    What a great giveaway! With a family ages 1-16 years old, joyful obedience is a virtue that always needs nurturing.

  • Cosette

    Thanks for the chance at the giveaway! Right now there is so much we could work on, but cheerful obedience would be a great place to begin!

  • Shannon S.

    I would like to work on fruits of the spirit.

  • Kirsty

    Obedience and Patience! :)

  • AngelaNycole


  • Nancy S.

    Peace and compassion

  • Stephanie

    Self controlled

  • Amanda Burt


  • Bvannorman

    Self Control

  • Erin Berger MacSaveny


  • Deirdre Fisher

    I would work on kindness with my DD.

  • Niki Rexroad Powers

    Joyful Obedience

  • Jana Pritchett

    joyful obedience

  • Jen

    joyful obedience

  • Christine Bailey

    Self control! :)

  • Jennifer

    We want to work on self control first! I think it’s a major quality children need to start with :)

  • Heather Forrester


  • Katherine

    I was going to say we’d probably start with joyful obedience but the more I look at the different virtues the more I believe we need to begin with thankfulness. I believe joyful obedience as well as humility come out of a grateful heart. Not, perhaps, thankful for the particular instruction or rule we must follow, but thankful for an opportunity to serve another, for all of the blessings we receive, for the ability to do follow through with that task, etc. Yes, I believe we would begin with thankfulness in all things.

    Thank you so much for this opportunity.

  • Alpine Aupair


  • Bevin

    Self control (and for the kids, too :) )

  • Sarah Carlee


  • Lynda Stout Hurst


  • Kelly

    Definitely self-control!

  • Juli Vrotney

    I would want to start with thankfulness.

  • Nadya

    Attentive! If I had a penny for every time they say “Uh huh” and aren’t even listening….

  • Natasha

    Patience :)

  • Hilary


  • Linsey Williams


  • Stacie

    Self-Control! Definitely.

  • Debra Rose Childers


  • Janine

    self control and obedience!

  • V

    Diligence…and I need to work on being a better role model!

  • Ashley

    Obedience is one thing my kids have had trouble with here lately!