Doodlestix is a fictitious friend, who will write letters to your child. Doodlestix is basically a good kid and wants to do what’s right, but often makes bad choices and suffers the consequences. Fortunately for Doodlestix, they learn a lot in this process and they are willing to write your child frequently to teach them how to do what’s right and stay out of trouble.
Doodlestix writes about many common character traits such as honesty, integrity, courage, responsibility, trustworthiness, respect, fairness, and much, much more. Each character trait is presented with practical, everyday examples that will help your child understand not only what the character trait is, but, more importantly, why it is important to be that way.
Doodlestix will write your child a letter, and you can have it personalized so that Doodlestix will mention specific things about your child such as their pet or favorite game or TV show. Doodlestix is written in a gender-neutral manner, so it is appropriate for both boys and girls. Also, while Doodlestix emphasizes basic moral and ethical principles, no one particular religious viewpoint is expressed, so it is appropriate for children of all faiths or without faith. Sign up now and let Doodlestix start writing your child today!
Doodlestix teaches children about morals and character development - all from a peer’s perspective. If you’ve ever found yourself struggling to educate your child about morals, values, or how to behave in sticky situations, or sometimes find yourself wishing for that extra “umph” to make sure the lessons stick, Doodlestix can help. When you sign your child up to receive letters from Doodlestix, they will receive personalized letters monthly. Each letter will focus on important character traits such as honesty, courage, integrity, perseverance, and respect. Doodlestix will also provide children with relevant examples of how to be a good friend or deal with bullies.
Doodlestix is written in a way that mirrors the situations many young children find themselves in every day life and recounts how Doodlestix learns to “do the right thing.” You may want to engage your child in conversation about what they have learned from Doodlestix’s latest letter. These questions can serve as a launch pad to embark on a discussion with your son or daughter and delve deeper into how we should behave in a variety of situations to do the right thing.