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Life Skills: Self Control – The Definition

Teaching Children Life SkillsEach month we discuss a life skill with all of our students.  This month the word is Self Control and will be defined in the following ways for our students.  

 

Young students:  “I stop and think before I act!”

Older students: Taking the time to think through choices rather than acting on impulse.

Each age group has a worksheet that parents can use to continue the discussion at home with their children, and one for adults to allow them to think more deeply about the life skill and how it applies to them.  Would you like to receive the worksheet?  Just send us an email and tell us the age of your child you would like to share this with.  We will email it and you can follow our discussions here on our website.

If you would like to become a member of Balanced Life Skills, come a TRY A CLASS FREE.  We are not your typical martial arts school.  Balanced Life Skills works with school aged children to increase their focus, confidence and life skills.  We teach the arts of physical fitness, self defense, creativity while also encouraging community engagement and service.

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