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The Art of Kindness: How Museums Can Transform Our Children
Want to raise kind and generous kids? Take them to an art museum! A new study shows that looking at great art can work wonders in making kids nicer and more caring. Researchers showed videos to children aged 8 to 13. Some videos were neutral, others cheerful, and some awe-inspiring. After watching the awe-inspiring videos, kids chose to donate to the poor. They also were more likely to give to refugee families.
Visiting museums can make children feel “awe,” which helps them feel small in a big world. This feeling of awe can make them humble, kind, and more giving. So, take your children to art museums, or help them find awe in their daily life. It will not only make them enjoy beauty but also make them better people.
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