Give your children the opportunity to apply their moral values to real-life moral dilemmas. These problems are wonderful family discussion problems that develop critical thinking skills and explore character-building issues.Each activity presents children with an initial question for consideration (a moral dilemma) and then subsequent questions that change or compound the moral dilemma. Children must decide if these changes cause them to alter their decision or course of action. The group discussions allow children to learn and grow from listening to others' responses. This award-winning collection of ethical dilemmas are is used by parents and teachers to initiate important values and ethics discussions. The open-ended questions pose real life problems that require students, Grades 2-5, to decide what they would do when two or more ethical beliefs are pitted against each other (see sample). The discussions also enable parents and teachers to listen and observe a student's thinking, values, and ethical beliefs. Students often benefit from hearing the thinking and beliefs of others. These dilemmas provoke engaging classroom/family discussions that develop critical thinking skills and explore character-building issues.Each activity presents students with an initial question for consideration (a moral dilemma) and then asks subsequent questions that add additional insights into the particular situation, forcing the students to reconsider if the new insights should/would change what they would do.