I have a large list for this. Why? Because I have children from a home that came out of single parent home in the generation before us and I can tell something like "character" was a missing element.
I don't reccomend video unless it is OLD......like before 1970's types classic movies. I notice how in looney tunes, the people encourage gentlemen behaviour. Many characters are often tricky but yet kind about it.
1. Search "joy berry" on amazon. Many of her books are in local library.
2. www.sonlighteducation.com character based bible lessons and incorporates nature too. Very good learning experience.
3. www.homeschoolhowtos.com She offers wonderful parenting advice and was a former principle at a school.
4. www.gordontraining.com I would reccomend starting with this advice as I have worked in a nursinghome and KNOW how we sometimes do not understand other people's opinion on things. This is secular, but he HAD EXPERIENCE with actual people.
5. www.raisinggodlytomatoes.com Good at showing that we need to get their attention. Just say no to spanking after age 3 though.....
6. www.nogreaterjoy.com Good at pointing out that children need confidence to water a garden and do chores with parents. Like "tomatoes" website, don't rely heavily on spanking aspect as I have been around Amish too, and they DO get mental illness unlike they claim that they don't because of work-ethic. Keeping child engaged and with good attitude is important.
7. Messianic Method. READ READ READ psalms and proverbs to child daily if possible. Point to "heart" when the bible mentions heart. Have child point to "ear" when it mentions ear. When they are older, the word "scorn" "derision" "kindness" "thankfulness" can be more properly defined.... (I have middle east relative and I know the sensitivity to "behaviour" if you will).....they are now lawyer and doctor.
8. Lastly from aboverubies.org...... point out GOOD things that the child is doing and encourage these good behaviours.
Have a good time home-education and ENJOY each simplicity in each day. Yes, one may use secular AND bible based directions and the child will be thankful you were not afraid. My oldest attended public school recently for one semester enrolement and teacher said he was "kind" and also my child WANTED me to come to his school.