We Choose Virtues HomeSchool Kit

Teaching Your Child the 12 Virtues + Giveaway #WeChooseVirtues

In our house, we have been diligant in teaching our kids about Jesus and how to be polite from a very young age. I am a firm believer that you have to model the behaviors that you want to get out of your child. For example, if you don’t use your manners how can you expect your child to learn proper manners. Not only am I responsible to teach my kids how to be polite but I think it is important to teach my children how to be virtuous. So when I received the opportunity to review the We Choose Virtues Homeschool kit, I immediately knew that this is something that I wanted to use to teach my children about the virtues of life.

I love that the We Choose Virtues is based upon the biblical teachings in the bible and even includes bible verses to teach your children. It is a great resource for homeschooling parents and I was impressed with the materials. It even comes with a teachers’s pad that allows you to tell your child how well they are doing on working on their virtues. It also allows you to give your child an area to work on if they need it.

Disclosure: I received the We Choose Virtues Homeschool kit in order to facilitate this review. I wouldn’t recommend products that I don’t enjoy or use in my home. This post may contain affiliate links.

What Virtues Does the Kit Teach?

There are 12 virtues in the bible and this kit includes those 12 virtues:

  • I am Diligent
  • I am Obedient
  • I am Kind
  • I am Helpful
  • I am Forgiving
  • I am Honest
  • I am Perseverant
  • I am Self-controlled
  • I am Content
  • I am Patient
  • I am Gentle
  • and I am Attentive!

What is Included in the Home school Kit?

Here are the items that are included in the Home-school kit:

We Choose Virtues HomeSchool Kit

Reusable Tools

  • Parenting Cards (Teacher cards for families!)
  • Virtue Flash Cards for families
  • Kids Virtue Poster
  • Three Rules Poster
  • Kids of VirtueVille MINI Poster

Consumable Tools

  • 100 Days of Virtue Chart and Butterfly Stickers
  • 25ct pad Virtue User Reviews

Downloadable/Reproducible PDF Tools

  • Teacher’s Handbook (no need to print this handbook. Just read and save for easy reference)
  • Butterfly Awards
  • Family Character Assessment
  • Kids of VirtueVille Coloring Pages

About the Company

We Create Virtures was found by Heather McMillian, a former preschool teacher, who wanted to create a product to help teachers and parents create respectful, obedient children. She was concerned that these children wouldn’t be able to succeed in life without having the appropriate skills that come from a person of good character. She hopes that her product will change the lives of the children and get parents involved in teaching their children how to be people of good character.

My Thoughts on We Choose Virtues

Viture Parent Card

I love that this home-school kit takes what my kids are learning at church and is there to help me support those teachings at home. I will continue to use this kit to help teach my son the 12 virtues. I love the colorful illustrations on the posters, flash cards, and parent cards. There are endless options to use the content around the house and when I am feeling defeated as a parents, I can even refer to the scriptures on the Flash cards.


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8 responses to “Teaching Your Child the 12 Virtues + Giveaway #WeChooseVirtues”

  1. Erika Avatar

    Boy it would be a challenge in this day and age to teach children virtues. With all the competing influences that are not so helpful. This is a great idea.

  2. Bismah Avatar

    I believe that teaching virtues is so important and I feel that it should start at a young age!

  3. Jessica Shallow-Miller Avatar
    Jessica Shallow-Miller

    I would definitley say that it can be hard to teach virtues when kids are viewing things happening in society that go against what you teach them and they just are struggling to understand why some people make poor choices.

  4. censie Avatar

    Such an important lesson. It really should be taught all through childhood

  5. Erinn S Avatar
    Erinn S

    I don’t homeschool, but add to his education with additional instruction to his school lessons and keeping him engaged can be hard at times

  6. Tricia Wehner Avatar
    Tricia Wehner

    This seems like a good way to help teach your children values,if you you're having a hard time at it. Thank you for the article!

  7. Martha Avatar

    I don’t have kids but as a student teacher I work them all the time this would be great in the class room

  8. Becky Taylor Hellwig Avatar
    Becky Taylor Hellwig

    Oh just missed the giveaway!! What a great idea… Always trying to instill virtues. Need to order one .