Keep Your Child's Head Up in Terms of Values
I place values at the top in regards to my children's education. I believe strongly that values instilled into a child will help them in all aspects of their life. Ayn Rand said, "Happiness is that state of consciousness which proceeds from the achievement of one's values." I want my children happy and when we are comfortable within ourselves, learning is pleasant. Shakespeare wrote, "All that glitters is not gold. Often have you heard that told." And our children need to know what is "Gold". Shakespeare also wrote, "The purest treasure mortal times afford is spotless reputation." Our children can have that treasure if we teach it to them.
Little Eyes are Watching - Find Values on the Web
I love the internet and use it often in teaching my children. The bad content on the web is rampant but now we have great tools to limit bad sites and we have wonderful sites to help teach values and moral living. I will tell you some of the sites I have found most helpful in instilling values into the education of my children:

"The Children's Book of Virtues" by William J. Bennett
We have found this a wonderful way to learn about virtues. We pick a virtue of the month and then read stories, poems, etc... about that virtue all month. There is also a TV series based on the book called "Adventures in Virtues" you can get in a box set from amazon.  We use these to supplement the reading and the kids love them. They have done a great job of making learning and teaching virtues easy and entertaining for children. I love this book and the DVD's.

Value Tales
This is a set of books that uses real people through history to show different values.  Example: The Value of Saving: The Story of Benjamin Franklin. They are simple and easy for children to understand.

"What Do You Stand For?" by Barbara A. Lewis 
I have really enjoyed reading through this with my kids and doing some of the activities.  They have stories that my children love to listen to along with good ideas built into the stories which we can discuss.  There are even quizzes and "what if" situations. 


Richard and Linda Eyre's website 
They have a value of the month with a definition.  We have used these values for a whole year and even memorized the definitions. I have loved this and I can see that it is affecting my children is a positive way. The Eyre's also have different ways and ideas for teaching the values and instilling them in your children. They have lived these values, taught them to their children and raised a great family. They have a book called "How to Teach Your Children Values" that has the same info in it.