Best kids motivational books: Quotes, poems and educational guides

From fears about coronavirus to not being able to go to school for months on end, 2020 has been a difficult year for children.

Parents and carers of children aged four to 10 told the Co-SPACE study that they’d seen increases in youngsters’ emotional difficulties during lockdown, including feeling unhappy, worried, and clingy.

Those with children at secondary school reported a reduction in their emotional difficulties but an increase in their feelings of restlessness and difficulties in concentrating.

It probably isn’t surprising that the number of motivational books designed to boost children’s wellbeing and help, motivate and inspire them is growing.

From titles by well-known names like Matthew Syed and Chris Hoy to guides by psychotherapists, teachers and specialists, there’s a wealth of guidance and advice for children – and lots of fun activities too.

We’ve taken a look at some of the most inspiring self-help guides for children published

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Inspirational Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi

Indian civil rights leader Mahatma Gandhi’s birth anniversary, which falls Oct. 2, is celebrated as the International Day of Non-Violence.

The global icon gave the world the philosophy of non-violence and believed people can achieve freedom only via this path. International Day of Non-Violence was established to “disseminate the message of non-violence, including through education and public awareness.”

On this occasion, here are a few inspirational quotes by the leader of the Indian independence movement, courtesy Times Now News and Fearless Motivation –

  • “Non-violence is the greatest and most active force in the world. One cannot be passively non-violent… One person who can express ahimsa in life exercises a force superior to all the forces of brutality.”
  • “Peace is its own reward.”
  • “Non-violence is the summit of bravery.”
  • “An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind.”
  • “The first principle of non-violent action is that of
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Gandhi Jayanti 2020: Top 8 Mahatma Gandhi Quotes On Education And Educational Insights For Students

Mahatma Gandhi on Imparting Education

Mahatma Gandhi on Imparting Education

Mahatma Gandhi was of the view that from seven to fourteen years of age, education of each child should be free, compulsory and universal.

Mahatma Gandhi on Medium of Education

Mahatma Gandhi on Medium of Education

Bapu was of the opinion that the medium of instruction should be mother-tongue.

Mahatma Gandhi on Literacy

Mahatma Gandhi on Literacy

Mahatma Gandhi opined that mere literacy cannot be equated with education. Education should employ some craft as a medium of education so that the child gains economic self-reliance for his life.

Mahatma Gandhi on Educational Value

Mahatma Gandhi on Educational Value

Gandhi held that Education should develop human values in the child.

Mahatma Gandhi on Objective of Education

Mahatma Gandhi on Objective of Education

Bapu strongly vouched that Education should create useful, responsible and dynamic citizens. By education all the hidden powers of child should develop according to the community of which he is an integral part.

Mahatma Gandhi on Child Education

Mahatma Gandhi on Child Education

Gandhi stressed that Education should achieve the

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