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  • KIDS MMA KELLER JANUARY LIFE SKILL INFOGRAPHIC

    This month's Life Skill is TEAMWORK : working together; doing something together that we can't do alone. Check out the infographic below to find out how we help teach the kids teamwork and what benefits martial arts offer that team sports don't. What are some other ways to help teach your children teamwork? -Have your kids work together on a project at home! It could be as small as tidying up or even an art project. Whatever it is, make sure they are working together. -Games can help inspire team work. Whether they are teaming up with friends, siblings, or parents, it can be really fun to play together, young and old. Just make sure they don't get too competitive. -Teams. ....

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  • Kids Martial Arts Keller -- January Life Skill: Teamwork

    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 TEAMWORK: trying to accomplish a task together. What are some of the ways Peak help teach teamwork? Partners Throughout the class, the kids are working in partners. We either assign them a partner, or we let them choose. Some days we will do partner drills ....

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  • Humility Life Skill Week 3!

      What are some ways you can help teach humility? -Teach them to be humble by being humble yourself -Have them participate in helping others -Apologize for your mistakes or when you are wrong, and expect your kids to do the same ....

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  • Keller Kids MMA - Humility Week 2!

    What are some ways you can help teach them to be humble? -Teach them to be humble by being humble yourself -Have them participate in activities that help others. -Teach them that everyone should be respected -Apologize for mistakes, and admit when you are wrong ------------------------------------------------ Keller Kids MMA CALL us today at 817-614-9325 Twitter — https://twitter.com/peakmma Facebook — http://www.facebook.com/PeakMMA Google+ — https://g.page/PeakMMA?share Keller Kids MMA Peak Performance Kids MMA Keller Kids MMA ....

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  • Keller Martial Arts - December Life Skill: Humility!

    This Month’s Life Skill: Humility 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 Humility: being humble; not boasting, bragging, or showing off. How does Peak help teach Humility? One of the ways we help teach humility to the kids in our programs, is to not allow them to brag or show off in class. ....

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  • Kids BJJ - Life Skill - Pride, week 3!

    This month's life skill is Pride! Pride: to be proud of yourself feeling an accomplishment What are some ways to help develop a healthy sense of pride? - Kids need to know that their achievements are are recognized and prized. So, when you see them working hard and putting in the effort to complete something, especially a hard task, let them know that you are proud of their hard work. This helps to build up inner pride for being committed and perservering regardless of the outcome. They should be proud of how hard they worked. - Give them age appropriate responsibilities that they are able to complete. For example, cleaning up their toys, sort or fold the laundry, set or clean ....

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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 ....

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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, (i.e. ....

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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 ....

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