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113 Good Childing Behaviors Checklist (GCBC)

Be Responsive, Be Compliant, Be Respectful, Respect for Authority, Be Caring, Be Thoughtful, Greeting, Good Night, Acknowledging, Keep Parents Informed, Stable Life, Keep Your Words, Ask for Permission, Be Honest, Be a Giver, Be Empathy, Be Safe, Be Virtuous, Be Spontaneous, Have Mercy, How to Correct Your Parents, Be Nurturing, Grieve the Loss of a Parent, In Loving Memory of a Parent

24 Behaviors

24 Acts to Love Your Parents at Home

First chapter, it teaches us to respect and love our parents.

Chapter 1

My First Padded Book of Good Habits and Manners: Early Learning Padded Board Books for Children (My First Padded Books)

24 Behaviors

24 Good Habits and Manners

Third chapter, it teaches us how to interact with people and engage in daily tasks. It lists 24 good habits and manners.

Chapter 3


21 Behaviors

5 Acts to Love Your Neighbors

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Chapter 5

kids handwriting.

12 Behaviors

12 Good Study Habits

Di Zi Gui, a timeless guide from 1700s. This is its chapter 7: 12 good study habits. 12 ways to acquire knowledge:
1. Practice.
2. Education opens up the mind.
3. Read, write and listen are all necessary.
4. System learning.
5. Plan.
6. The benefits of writing things down and asking questions.
7. Keep your study space clean and clutter-free.
8. Messy handwriting can make it hard to do well in learning.
9. Putting books in order so you can easily find them.
10. Take care of your books.
11. Repair your book if damaged.
12. Only read books that make you a better person.

Chapter 7

A cover of the booklet "Di Zi Gui" (Guidelines for Being a Good Person), grandparents in the middle, are holding hands with their children and grandchildren.

113 Behaviors

113 Good Childing Behaviors (GCB)

Di Zi Gui (Chinese: 弟子規; pinyin: Dì Zǐ Guī; Wade–Giles: Ti Tzu Kui, Guidelines for Being a Good Person) was a booklet written in the Chinese Qing Dynasty during the reign of the Kangxi Emperor (r. 1661-1722) by Li Yuxiu. The book is based on the ancient teaching of the Chinese philosopher Confucius that emphasizes the basic requisites for being a good person and guidelines for living in harmony with others.
This book is a translation of Di Zi Gui, a book of maxims that was written by ancient Chinese sages. Memorized by children when they were young, the book provided guidelines that would enable them to learn how to become a good child and student and, later, a good adult, parent, friend, and citizen.
To the casual reader, the maxims can appear to be straightforward and easy to carry out. But when trying to put them into practice, one discovers that they are anything but easy, or simple. Nor are they just for children.
These principles for behavior can guide us the rest of our lives.
It has seven chapters.
First, it teaches us to respect and love our parents, and to be kind to our siblings and elders.
Second, it teaches us how to interact with people and engage in daily tasks.
It also teaches us to be a trustworthy person.
Furthermore, it teaches us to love all beings and to be close to kind, virtuous people.
Having learned how to do all these, we can then expand our horizons by studying for knowledge.

7 Chapters

Roots and Branches 我的兄弟姊妹 (Wo de xiong di jie mei), literally "My Brothers and Sisters") is a Chinese family drama television series, starring Liu Xiaoqing, Li Youbin, Yang Gongru and He Bing, about a family with 4 children who are split up for adoption, each child to a different family, after their parents die young. It is heart wrenching to see the pain as each child is separated. It is a great movie to watch with family. The character's have great chemistry together.

13 Behaviors

13 Acts to Love Your Siblings, Elders, and Relatives

Second chapter, it teaches us to be kind to our siblings.

Chapter 2


15 Behaviors

15 Virtues

Fourth, it teaches us to be a trustworthy person.

Chapter 4


4 Behaviors

4 Ways to Choose Friends

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Chapter 6



It's the Thought that Counts

We should not, because of our arrogance, harm ourselves by doing something improper. We should not, because of our lack of confidence, give up on ourselves. With effort, we will gradually become a noble person.


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