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When we hear quotes about children, we remember that young people are both blessings to the world and our responsibility to care for and inspire. Children quotes can be cute, funny, or poignant. Reading and sharing inspiring children quotes is both fun and meaningful for people of any age.

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Latest Children Quotes

One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world.

Malala Yousafzai

Christmas is for children. What better time could there be to honor and love our children than the time when the King of the Universe was himself a little child?



Time is the greatest gift to share with each other.

Quvenzhané Wallis, 10-year-old Oscar-nominated actress

My kids have given me a glimpse of how God must feel. God looks at us, like, ‘Oh, good grief…you’re driving me crazy, but I still love you.'

Jeff Foxworthy, Actor and TV host

When tearful parents come up to me to talk about their child’s ‘learning disorder,’ I ask them, ‘Oh you mean his learning opportunity?’

Paul Orfalea, Founder, Kinko's

I’ve never seen anyone excluded from church. On…occasion a tiny worshipper has burst into tears. Sometimes I resent the interruption, yet Christ was very clear in his preference for children. He would have welcomed their noise.

Benjamin Cheever, Author

Someone in the supermarket told me how well my daughters were behaving. It made me feel so great because raising my kids into caring people is the most worthwhile thing I can do.

Martina McBride, Singer

If you leave your child with a positive attitude, you leave them with an estate of incalculable value.

Mac Anderson and Lance Wubbels, Authors

Each day of our lives we make deposits in the memory banks of our children.

Charles Swindoll, Senior pastor at Stonebriar Community Church, Frisco, Texas

Children may close their ears to advice, but may open their eyes to example.

Patricia Hoolihan, Author

The best way to ensure that your children grow to become kind and compassionate adults is to teach them how to be kind and compassionate children.

Kathryn Sansone, Author

We think of children as vulnerable. In my experience, they’re giants. Their bodies and souls are amazingly resilient. What we often mistake for fragility is their openness…

Fred Epstein, Author

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