Often adults believe that small children haven’t formed a full understanding of the world and its ways yet. But when five Minnesotan elementary school kids saw how one of their classmates was being victimized, their empathetic responses were surprisingly mature for those of their age group.
Those kind children, moreover, went to Franklin Elementary, located in the small city of Mankato in Minnesota. And while there, students are usually introduced to all the highs and lows of the education system. This, unfortunately for some, includes some degree of bullying behavior from fellow pupils – as is seen in the majority of schools worldwide.
In 2015, meanwhile, James Willmert was a fifth-grader at the school. And in his short life so far, he had experienced a great deal of hardship. He had been adopted as a baby from an orphanage in the South American country of Columbia, for instance. Then, shortly after Willmert had been brought to his new home in the U.S., his adoptive father had died in a cycling accident.
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To the 5 sets of parents who raised 5 young men who helped out their fellow classmate, thank you for teaching your children the true values and priorities that will undoubtedly lead them into being adults you are will be proud of!
That is such a precious story of how those five wonderful young boys too that the initiative to befriend James Willmert. What a very precious act if kindness . I hope children see this video and are truly inspired by it because it is an exceptional example of how people should treat others. May God always bless bless this group of friends and have a lifelong impact on others who are fortunate enough to have them for friends . They are a blessing for sure and I know their parents are truly proud. This briughtbme to tears because you font gear of this often enough and it is truly just heart warming . Truly. I am going to share this video with everyone I know. Thank you for sharing it. Sincerely , Teresa . 💗😊
We need a lot more children to protect kids from being bullied, I think schools don’t do enough, the bullies should be punished. A lot of bullied children never get over it, and some even commit suicide. These children who helped the child should be proud of themselves, and should definitely keep being awarded for the good work they are doing.
Bullies usually have a somewhat good reason they bully. Sometimes they are bullied and want to make themselves feel better by bullying. Or they are abused at home and again, bully to feel better. But in the end, they need to learn that bullying only makes things worse. I respect the man who stands up for the lonely. Not the man who shows his strength by bullying others.
What an awesome group of kid's. It takes a lot for young kids especially boy's to stand up to their peers and defend someone not to mention someone with special needs in fear they to will be bullied. You can tell they have great parents and have been taught such a valuable life lesson, just because someone is different doesn't make them any less of a person and deserve to be treated just like everyone else. My son will be starting Pre-K in September, I can only hope that he makes friend's like these boy's and will also stick up for other kids if he sees someone being bullied.
Guys, you're awesome...!!! You have a compassion and maturity beyond your years...!!! You really deserve that fab award....!!! Hope you, (and your new pal, Wilmer....) have long and happy lives.... take care, all the very best....!!! Love, Vicky Xxxx
I wanted to tell those boys that helped that handicapped child from being bullied thank you I have a disability and I was bullied all my life thank you for caring enough to step in and stop it and becoming friends with him and changing his life God bless you all for your kind work God will bless you for it thank you so much
As someone who was bullied at that age it really makes my heart feel good to see that good lessons have been learned I wish I would have had friends back then like that things would have been a lot better for me
To the 5 young men that stood up to the bullies. To help out your friend thank you 🙏. All 5 of you Congratulations on your awards. And to the bullies you need to take a lesson about getting along with other kids in school.
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