1. What do you want them to learn?

A very important first step is to determine which values and good morals you want to teach to your child. List them out and prioritize based on your child's level of understanding. Overwhelming your child with many values at one time can confuse them and turn it into a real burden instead.

Teaching values and morals to children at an early age has an advantage; they grow with those lessons as part of their everyday life which in turn helps them build character and helps them differentiate right from wrong. It is also important as parents, to teach morals to children so they become balanced adults. Although it is easier said than done, below are some tips on how to start. 

2. Children are very sensitive to their surroundings and can be easily and strongly affected. Remind them that regardless of the place they're at, they can maintain a positive attitude while understanding their own feelings and those of others. Practice situations where they decide their own feelings and explain how they would react. Allow them to answer and your input should encourage and guide them to react in a constructive manner.

3. Make it a point to teach your little ones to obey because it is their duty as a good human being rather than for necessarily getting a reward. This will only teach a negotiated behavior. Instead, teach them that their good behavior and obedience are a response to their love for you. Do praise their good behavior and then "celebrate" your mutual love by giving them something they would want. Insist that the reward is because you love them and feel happy and want them to be happy as well. In the end, they get rewarded just as well, but in their minds, it was not a payment for their obedience but an expression of love.

4. Every action triggers a reaction. Children need to understand that there are consequences to good and bad actions.  

5. Encourage your child to be honest and truthful. If you find she/he has lied to you, be patient and assure your child you will not overreact  by yelling or getting mad once she says the truth. She will find it easier to come forth and will understand honesty is important as opposed to feeling guilty for lying. 

6. Always keep your word and promises. If you fail to do so, the child will not trust the next time.

7.Teaching values and morals requires discipline and a constant and permanent behavior on the adult. This is very important because teaching by example has a higher impact than only teaching by words. Remember that you are their most important living example and hero.