Respect is a basic building block of all social emotional learning. Once children understand that respect is about caring how they impact others, they can develop social skills around courtesy, having positive relationships, being part of a team and other essential skills for success.
These free respect worksheets and teaching resources make it easy to teach kids about showing respect for others and having respect for themselves. Each respect worksheet can be used independently, or use some of the respect resources together for a complete lesson in respect.
Our PDF worksheets are free to print or share for non-commercial use. Talking with Trees respect worksheets are available as downloadable PDFs that can be printed, or post them to your Google classroom or other Learning Management System. Built-in fillable fields enable children to type in their answers online.
A worksheet on showing respect for people, places and things.
Respect worksheet with scenarios that are respectful or direspectful.
A worksheet on treating friends with respect, even when feelings are hurt.
Lesson plan using presentation about how to be respectful.
Lesson plan using a story about friends showing respect and caring, even when their feelings are hurt.
This respect lesson plan teaches children to ask "what if?" before they act or speak so they can choose to act with care for others.
Color in examples of good character traits, including respect.
Fun coloring page reminding kids that being respectful is its own type of super power.
Color in this poster that reminds children to think before they speak or act so they can choose to be respecful.
Shareable quote image that explains what respect is, in terms kids can understand.
Shareable quote image reminds children to treat others as they would like to be treated.
Shareable quote image about showing respect by thinking about how your actions will impact others.
Shareable quote image about speaking with respect.
Shareable quote image about being respectful even in the face of adversity.
Download and print this poster that reminds kids to treat others with the respect they would like in return.
Download and print this poster to help children remember to think before they act so they can be more respectful.
Two siblings keep finding themselves in trouble because they don't think before they act or speak. Read along as they learn to ask "What if?" and consider whether their words and actions will be respectful.
When a young girl has hurt feelings, the only thing she can think to do is to be mean to her friend. See how she learns to be bigger than her hurt feelings, treat her friend with respect, and save her friendship.
Explore our curated collection of some of the best picture books about respect for children.
Definition of what Respect is and examples of treating people with respect, all in terms children can understand.