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Moral education is very important for the full development of the child. Teaching a child moral principles is an extremely important task for parents. The development of morality in a child is inseparable from his social development. If for some reason the child is not sufficiently developed socially, he becomes prone to immoral behavior.
Immoral behavior is behavior that does not meet social expectations. It arises not because the child does not know what society expects of him, but because he specifically ignores social rules or demonstrates complete irresponsibility. In other cases, the lack of social development in the child leads to the fact that he does not know what the society expects of him, and violates social rules inadvertently.
The term “morality” means socially acceptable norms and rules of behavior. The child should learn from parents what is good and what is bad, and take responsibility for their behavior. Continue reading