To teach children that in addition to asking an adult for help and praying to the Holy Spirit for guidance, they should ask themselves the three questions when making a moral decision
The children will identify the three questions we ask ourselves to examine moral choices.
1. Is the thing I'm choosing to do a good thing?
2. Am I choosing to do it for the right reasons?
3. Am I choosing to do it a the tright time and place
Use everyday situations that children would be likely to encounter. (what to tell a parent about a broken lamp in the family room; what to do when a parent says you can go out if your homework is finished; what to do if you are grading your own math papers and you forgot to answer one problem; what to do if you forgot it was ice cream day and you see a dollar bill on your teacher's desk)