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Martin Luther King Day and Service Starts at Home — 15 Comments

  1. Yes it is really important to teach kids about Dr Martin Luther King. He did lot of sacrfice for the country. Great human being.

  2. This is a really important reminder. I agree with you that we service starts at home. It’s a very strong foundation.

  3. Service is important! And it is so important to teach kids the importance of responsibility.

  4. I have no kids yet but I want to do the same to my future kids just like you. I want them to be mature enough and learn how to help at home and to others. I want to impart to them about being responsible as early as being a kid.

  5. I agree to all your points. And glad that your kids are matured to understand the value of service.

  6. It seems like you’ve done a great job with your kids! It is important to have those conversations and set an example for our kids.

  7. This is such an important trait to teach to children and to do as a family

  8. Love this post! Great job mom for instilling service skills in your kids! My teens help with cooking, setting table, laundry, and dishes nightly.

  9. I agree that service is such an important part of life and society. It’s something I’m working on instilling in my young children and Martin Luther Kind day is a great reminder.

  10. I couldn’t agree more that service should be a way of life. It shouldn’t be a one-day thing, it should be an every day thing.

  11. I really love this post. I’ve always taught my kids that service begins at home. When they learn it in these walls, they’ll take it outside of them.

  12. This is a great article and this year’s Days of Service I believe will take on more meaning, what do you think?

  13. I love MLK day and talking about how inspiring he was, how kind and helpful he was. Such a timeless great example for us all to follow.

  14. This is such an important time to focus on learning more about people like Martin Luther King. I will be doing some learning activities with the kids.

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