Help Young Catholics to Learn About Consideration as They Track Their Reading Progress.
Young readers can easily keep track of the books they read with this fun bookmark that reinforces the virtue of consideration. With each completed book or story, readers should note the date and title of the work and put a check mark in the box to show its completion. Use this bookmark to encourage readers to read regularly.
Versions of this printable bookmark are provided in black-and-white as well as color.
Theme: Reading log, bookmark, virtue, consideration
Includes black-and-white & color versions
Looking for reading suggestions that incorporate or focus on the virtue of consideration in some way? See a few of our favorites below.
Picture Books That Can Teach About Consideration.
The Selfish Crocodile by Faustin Charles
Manners Can Be Fun by Munro Leaf
How to Behave and Why by Munro Leaf
How to Speak Politely and Why by Munro Leaf
What Do You Say When a Monkey Acts This Way? by Jane Belk Moncure
How Leo Learned to Be King by Marcus Pfister
The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister
Harriet the Spy by Louise Fitzhugh
The Secret Birthday by Rosemary Wells
Caps for Sale by Esphyr Slobodkina
Franklin’s Secret Club by Paulette Bourgeois and Brenda Clark
Franklin Is Bossy by Paulette Bourgeois and Brenda Clark
In Johnny Crow’s Garden by L. Leslie Brooke
Books That Can Teach About Consideration.
The Little Fir Tree by Margaret Wise Brown
A Bear Called Paddington by Michael Bond
The Book of Virtues by William J. Bennett (Self-Discipline Section)
This bookmark can be used as one small part of Our Virtue Lesson on Consideration.
Help Kids Learn to Be Considerate This lesson celebrates the virtue of consideration and is intended to help Catholic kids practice and live their faith in a real way. It is designed to be used daily, over the course of a month. With a weekly core...
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