- Individual number of cards per virtue varies, average of seven cards per virtue
- Suggested Uses:
- Whole class instruction on the virtues
- Examples of what a virtue “Looks Like” and “Sounds Like”
- Classroom and/or group behavior modification
- Identifying individual virtuous behavior: 1) Promotes positive affirmation; 2) Fosters virtue ; 3) Recognition among peers
- Christian witness
- Modeling virtuous behavior
- Using virtue cards for behavior modification”
- The student will select a card that coincides with the virtue in need of cultivation. For example, a child is playing too rough on the playground. The cards displayed could be the following: 1)self-control; 2) meekness; 3) kindness.
$49.95 – $79.95
Show your children what living virtue “looks like” and “sounds like,” so that they can put it into practice.
- An indispensable tool for teaching children what each virtue ‘looks like and sounds like’.
- Useful in instruction and classroom management.
- 272 cards featuring colorful and applicable examples of how to live the virtues.
- Back of the card includes a prayer, saint picture, brief biography and scripture passage.
|Dimensions||5.375 × 5.375 × 6.25 in|
Affability, Circumspection, Courtesy, Docility, Foresight, Fortitude, Generosity, Gratitude, Honesty, Humility, Industriousness, Justice, Kindness, Loyalty, Magnanimity, Magnificence, Meekness, Moderation, Modesty, Obedience, Orderliness, Patience, Patriotism, Perseverance, Prayerfulness, Prudence, Respect, Responsibility, Self-Control, Sincerity, Temperance, Trustworthiness