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In New York, the Riverdale-Yonkers Society for Ethical Culture’s Ethics for Children program provides a fun learning environment for kids to explore topics that foster empathy, respect, and a deeper understanding of self and others. Come for creative play, social justice projects, stories, discussion, art activities, and more. We encourage an appreciation of diversity, a sense of social responsibility towards people and the environment, and an underlying framework of ethical values.
In Missouri, the Ethical Society Mid Rivers’ Sunday Ethical Education for Kids (SEEK) program not only teaches children about ethics but also enables them to lead activities. Last year the children explored World Religions in order to create tolerance and understanding in our world. Future topics include world hunger, our ethical culture, ethical heroes, and exploration of the SEEK core values. Past projects have supported; Five Acres Animal Shelter, Youth In Need, Ronald McDonald House, 100 Neediest Cases.
In Texas, the Ethical Society of Austin’s Sunday Ethical Education for Kids (SEEK) program provides safe, enjoyable childcare for children 3-5 years old and lessons on understanding ethical values and positive ways of engaging with others for children over 5 years. The monthly topic is presented through various modes of learning, including books, games, art, discussion, reflection, social action, and music.
In Pennsylvania, the Susquehanna Valley Ethical Society just started its Sunday Ethical Education for Kids (SEEK) program. The goal is to provide children with skills and knowledge to help them make ethical choices and learn to respect the inherent worth of every human being.