Many people in America feel that children are facing a moral decline as studies are showing less kindness in many age groups. Our first tip is to focus on how you want to raise moral children and why it's important to you.
You have to set a good example and find activities that help them see the value in kindness. You have to make it clear to your children that moral behavior is what is expected in your household.
Take time to think through your values, and then share them regularly by explaining why you feel the way you do.
Parents are their children’s first and most powerful moral teachers, so make sure the moral behaviors your kids are picking up from you are ones that you want them to copy.
The best teaching moments aren’t ones that are planned—they happen unexpectedly. Look for moral issues to talk about as they materialize.
"It’s a crucial question to ask because research finds that parents who feel strongly that their kids turn out as good people usually succeed. And it’s all because they committed themselves to that effort. If you really want to raise a moral child, then make a personal commitment to raising one."