The Life Skill Kindness
Teaching children the Life Skill KINDNESS will help them experience more positive feelings, which is key to overriding negative expressions.
Here is a guideline on ways we can guide children to help them build their capacity for KINDNESS:
~Teach them how to put their best foot forward with others.
~Teach them how to do good deeds for others.
~Teach them how to go above and beyond for others.
There are many ways that you can teach children KINDNESS and by doing so you can help them feel good about their actions.
There are benefits for both the giver and receiver of kindness and those feelings can snowball into more acts of KINDNESS from others.
At the same time, KINDNESS is the skill that will help bring our communities back together.
Did you know?
Children that do not have proper social development over the summer tend to misbehave when they enter the new school season. At the same time, children that do not have sufficient positive social interaction over the summer enter the new school season with more anxiety.
Our LIFE SKILL Child Development Program includes daily classroom activities that boost social development. In fact, children who train at LIFE SKILL over the summer tend to be the same students that get glowing behavior reviews from teachers during the first round of parent-teacher conferences. At the same time, children with the best behavior reviews are also statistically the students with the best academic reviews because they are not distracted by the repercussions of poor behavior.
The summer can be a wonderful opportunity to help your child not only enjoy a break from school but at the same time become a better version of themselves as they enter the new school year.
What parent would not want to see their child enter the new school year physically, intellectually, emotionally, and socially stronger?
LIFE SKILL training could very well be the best investment you make over the summer! Check out our special here: