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  • Kids MMA - Pride Life Skills

    This month's life skill is PRIDE - a feeling of satisfaction in an achievement, quality, or possession Having pride in yourself for acheiving an accomplishment helps to build up your confidence and self-esteem. So what are some ways that you can help teach your child to be proud of themselves? -Model it. Kids learn from seeing you do things. So, if they see your take pride in your work, they will learn to do the same. -Recognize it. If you see that they did an amazing job on something, point it out and tell them they they should be proud of themselves for doing such a good job. -Discuss it. Come up with a couple of different examples of what they could be proud of for doing, and ....

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  • Keller Kids Martial Arts - November Life Skill: Pride!

    This Month’s Life Skill: Pride
    At Peak Performance, we build our kids up to be champions in life! One of the ways we do this is through our Life Skills program. We have a total of 12 Life Skills, one for every month. Each month, we go over the Life Skill: defining the skill, telling them examples, having them provide examples, working on each Life Skill at home, and we also try to incorporate the Life Skill into our class. This month’s Life Skill is
    Pride: a feeling of satisfaction on an achievement, quality, or possession.
    Having pride can be positive, especially when it is used with the intention to build yourself up and have a feeling of satisfaction. Having pride in ....

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  • Kids Martial Arts - Initiative Video


    October Life Skill: Initiative - To act/take charge before it is asked/done.


    What are some ways to help teach your child to take initiative?

    -Allow them to make choices. Kids as young as 2 are able to start making simple decisions: pb&J or pizza, blue shirt or white shirt, etc...As they get older, allow them to make more important decisions. -Teach them to take responsibility. Having them put their things away when they get home, keeping their room clean, their toys put up, etc on a daily basis form habits, which in turns leads them to taking the initiative to getting it done. -Encourage them to do things on their own. Allowing them to do things on their own, ....

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  • Initiative Week 2!

    October Life Skill: Initiative - To act/take charge before it is asked/done.
     
    What are some ways to help teach your child to take initiative?

    -Allow them to make choices. Kids as young as 2 are able to start making simple decisions: pb&J or pizza, blue shirt or white shirt, etc...As they get older, allow them to make more important decisions. -Teach them to take responsibility. Having them put their things away when they get home, keeping their room clean, their toys put up, etc on a daily basis form habits, which in turns leads them to taking the initiative to getting it done. -Encourage them to do things on their own. Allowing them to do things on their ....

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  • Life Skill: Initiative!

    This Month’s Life Skill: Initiative
    At Peak Performance, we build our kids up to be champions in life! One of the ways we do this is through our Life Skills program. We have a total of 12 Life Skills, one for every month. Each month, we go over the Life Skill: defining the skill, telling them examples, having them provide examples, working on each Life Skill at home, and we also try to incorporate the Life Skill into our class. This month’s Life Skill is
    Initiative!
    Initiative
    , the act of doing something that needs to be done before you are asked, is a great skill to have all around! When you are young, it helps you learn your responsibilities and what ....

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  • Kids Martial Arts -- Respect Week 3!

    This month’s Life Skill is Respect: a feeling or understanding that someone or something is important, serious, etc, and should be treated in an appropriate way .

    Tips on how to teach respect:

    - Be an example.
    If you want them to do it, you have to do it too - Show praise/reward them.
    When you see your kids being respectful (using their manners, being polite, etc), praise them or reward them. - Correct them.
    If you seeing them act in a disrespectful way, correct them. Tell/show them how they can be more respectful. ------------------------------------------------ Kids Martial Arts
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  • Life Skill: Respect Video

    This month's life skill is RESPECT: a feeling or understanding that someone or something is important, serious, etc, and should be treated in an appropriate way.
    What are some ways to show respect? -Being polite and having manners I.e. Saying yes ma'am/sir and no ma'am/sir, saying please/thank you, opening the door for someone, etc... -Paying attention when someone is talking to you Making sure that you are listening and have good eye contact -Asking permission for things Asking instead of just taking. I.e. can I play with your toys, can I please have _______, can I borrow______, etc... ------------------------------------------------ Keller Kids ....

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  • New Life Skill: Respect!

    This Month’s Life Skill: Respect
    At Peak Performance, we build our kids up to be champions in life! One of the ways we do this is through our Life Skills program. We have a total of 12 Life Skills, one for every month. Each month, we go over the Life Skill: defining the skill, telling them examples, having them provide examples, working on each Life Skill at home, and we also try to incorporate the Life Skill into our class. This month’s Life Skill is
    Respect: a feeling or understanding that someone or something is important, serious, etc, and should be treated in an appropriate way
    .
    How does Peak helpteach Respect?
    Respect,
    the courteous regard for ....

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  • Life Skill: Friendship Video!

    This month's life skill is friendship! Which means to be a friend to someone. Being a good friend is a very important skill to have! So what are some characteristics of a good friend?
    -They are trustworthy! They will be someone you can put your trust in and won't betray you. -You can count on them! This goes hand in hand with being trustworthy. A good friend is someone that you can count on to be there for you. -They help you out when you need it. -They cheer you up when you are sad, and will encourage you! ....

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  • Kids MMA - Friendship Infographic

    This month's life skill is friendship: being a friend.
    What are some ways to help teach your child friendship? Clearly explain what good friends do
    -Are reliable -Do kind things for one another and use kind language -Remember important things -Help out when a friend is sad or has a problem -Like to spend time together Read books about friendship
    There are so many books out there that protray amazing friendships! They can show how friends can be different from one another and get along. Set a good example by being a good friend yourself
    The best way to teach your kids to be a good friend is by showing them how to be a good friend. ....

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