Responsibility is doing what you are supposed to do. Responsible people think ahead, set reasonable goals, control their temper and always do their best. They don't give up easily and they are accountable for the consequences of their choices; they don't blame others for their mistakes.
Respect is showing others they are valued for who they are, for their character, not what they look like or what they have. It means never insulting or making fun of others who are different in looks, ability, race or religion. A respectful person is polite, and does not use bad language or hit.
Trustworthiness is being honest, telling the truth, keeping promises, and being loyal so people can trust you. Trustworthy people don't lie, cheat or steal. They have integrity and the moral courage to do the right thing and to stand up for their beliefs even when it is difficult to do so.
Commitment means to duty or pledge to some thing or someone
Courage is not the absence of fear. It is taking action in the face of fear. This month, we provide a story and a few activities that will teach your child about courage.
Courage is often associated with soldiers, police officers, fire fighters, and astronauts. These people are courageous, but it also takes courage to be a good parent and a good citizen.
Citizenship, at its core, is social responsibility in action. This program considers what it means to be a good citizen - including doing your part for the common good, serving your community, and helping make our democracy work.
Conservation-The protection, preservation, management, or restoration of wildlife and of natural resources such as forests, soil, and water.