|This study looked into the effects of a tea ceremony education program on children`s pro-social behavior. The subjects were 6 five-year-old children from Daycare Center A and 6 five-year-old children from Daycare Center B, both located in Y-si. As a tool for measuring the children`s pro-social behavior, we used Mcginnis and Golestein`s(1990) Skill Situation Measure as modified for Korea(Lee Won-young et al., 1993; Lee Jong-hyang, 2007). We conducted an independent sample t-test of the average of the group`s pre-test and post-test scores using SPSS Statistics 20.0. As a result of the children`s pro-social behavior test, it was found that the experimental group, for which this study implemented the tea ceremony education program, showed significant improvement in pro-social behavior. Looking into the pro-social behavior according to its sub-factors, the children`s ability to control their personal emotions, form relationships with others, and adapt themselves to their daycare center were all found to have improved.