Adults correct children. We stop their sinning and explain that they are doing wrong. (Like the Confessor does.)
Let's say the children are fighting. The adult will stop the children. Listen to the children's side, then the adult will explain and try to resolve the issue. (Like the Confessor does.)
The adult will tell the children to "kiss or shake hands--some gesture of 'making up'". (Like the Confessors absolves.)
There may be restitution involved. That depends on the situation. (Listen to the Confessor's advice.)
I think children readily accept and see the connection. We adults have too much pride; I guess. It's more difficult for us to admit we're wrong. Also, saying "sorry," is a big obstacle, for some. It's too bad we grew out of "kissing and making up." Not only would the world be a better place, but we'd be better off, because of it.