Character First Curriculum Review & Give-away

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Building Character in our children takes time.  It takes patience on our part.  In most cases it takes years!   It’s like the parable in the Bible of “Sowing and Reaping”.

What we put into training, we are going to get out of training!   Besides leading our children to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ, we should be instilling in them Character that will last them for a lifetime.

Character is the building blocks to our lives.   If good character is not built and established it effects our relationships, our jobs, our families, everything we do!  Our character makes up who we are as a person.

Character_SignWhat I liked about Character First curriculum is that it covers in detail every character trait you can imagine.  Probably even ones that you forgot about too.   Each student guide is broken up into 4 different series which cover a total of 36 Character Traits.

This program is very thought out and detailed and assists parents as they train and teach their children.  They offer a wide variety from music and DVD’s to character cards they collect.

There are also many other resources that go along with the student guide which can be found HERE  

This give-away includes :

  • “Series 1”  Attentiveness, Obedience, Truthfulness, Gratefulness, Generosity, Orderliness, Forgiveness, Sincerity, Virtue

There are 3 other series to add to this.  So this give-away is just for the 1st series.   It also comes in a 3 ring binder to keep all the lessons neatly together.  Also there are activities and other suggested lessons available for each character training.

Enter today for your chance to win this Character First Student Book Series #1  (open to U.S. Residents only 18 years or older)

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Want to know more about Character First?  Be sure to use the links below with helpful information about there products and other curriculum helps they offer.


Read about What Character First is all about  HERE

*All opinion of this product are completely mine and were given in exchange for this product to review and give-away.

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30 Responses to Character First Curriculum Review & Give-away

  1. Heather says:

    This sounds great!


  2. Jenifer says:

    Great giveaway!

    Thanks for linking up with Woman to Woman’s Word Filled Wednesday! God bless!


  3. This sounds like a wonderful home study for parents and children. Great for parent groups too. Linking with Word Filled Wednesday today.


  4. Jenn says:

    I would love for my children to excel in truthfulness. We struggle with lying right now!


  5. Megan says:

    Excited to check out this curriculum 🙂


  6. I am familiar with this program, and I would LOVE to win it! I have been focusing on character in my home for many years, and I believe it should be a top priority! I also teach a character class for my homeschool co-op and was thinking how nice it would be to have some new resources this year. Character First would be Perfect!! I so hope I win! 🙂


  7. What an awesome giveaway! I’m most excited about ‘gratefulness’. There is so much entitlement in our culture, and I’m really hoping to battle it here at home! Thanks for the review!


  8. Katie S. says:

    We need help with obedience. The children seem to think that any punishment is worth it in exchange to do what they want!


  9. Jessica A. says:

    I would love to win this! 🙂 I would love to work on attentiveness.


  10. Jessica A. says:

    I would work on attentiveness.


  11. Christi says:

    I would love for them to learn diligence!


  12. Shannon says:

    I would love to find out what all 26 are. But right now – obedience!


  13. Tammy says:



  14. Thanks so much for sharing about this curriculum and providing the Giveaway. Character curriculum is always a good way to go as it helps us as moms to focus on what is important in homeschooling. I homeschooled for over 25+ years and this is the first year that I am not homeschooling.

    I am stopping over from Faithful Friday 🙂


    • Jennifer says:

      Awesome Judith! I know you can teach me many things about Home Schooling! I’ll be sure to visiting your blog! Thanks for stopping by here!


  15. Peggy says:

    This sounds like a wonderful curriculum! I want my children to have obedience. Mostly to the Word of God. Because being obedient to Him first, means all the rest will follow at some point! 😀 Even if I don’t win this, I’m saving this for later !!! 😀

    Thank you for doing the review and giveaway!


  16. Kayla Rice says:

    This looks great. I would pick truthfulness 🙂


  17. Teresa says:

    This is an awesome giveaway! What a blessings!! I think my children could use some orderliness (probably wouldn’t hurt mom either) :~)


  18. This looks like a great curriculum. Really interesting.
    Thanks for sharing at Essential Fridays. Blessings
    Mel from Essential Thing Devotions


  19. Hi, sounds like a great book with ideas that us public school parents could even use. Thanks for sharing.


  20. Kim says:

    Obedience! Teaching obedience from the heart/attitude, not just in actions.


  21. Vicki says:



  22. STACY says:

    We are in need of some more obedience training. This curriculum sounds great! Thanks for the chance to win!


  23. Jacque says:

    Thanks for the giveaway! I am always striving for obedience. I believe blessings and strong character come feom having an obedient heart to your parents which can turn to an obedient heart to God. I hope I win!


  24. Jessica says:

    We would love to learn about attentiveness!


  25. Stacy says:

    We really need to work on Attentiveness around here.


  26. Maria says:

    Obedience is a trait we work on a lot here.


  27. Kristen says:

    I would love to win this for my 2 year old right now! Perfect time to start character training! I would love to see Attentiveness more in him!


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