"Make each day count and never give up on your dreams!"
Jam Hops has created a program to help children become well rounded individuals! This program will teach children crucial Character Traits and lessons to help them become a LIFE CHAMPION. We believe that it is important that children learn these skills and we are here to help guide them! Each month we will focus on a new Trait, they are listed below. Our hope is that by focusing on these character building Traits, we will help children attending Jam Hops become more successful now during their developmental years, and also as they move into adulthood.
Here are the twelve Jam Hops Kids of Karacter Traits-
Enjoy coloring Theo the Thankful Turkey. The color sheet will be handed out by our coaches.
Color the Turkey, and write what you are thankful for around the Turkey.
Have an adult hang up your Turkey at home.
Enjoy your art work!
•Being accountable for your own actions
•Taking ownership over things that have happened instead of blaming others
Time to go crab hunting!
Look around Jam Hops and see how many crabs you can find. They are sneaky and like to hide! Don't forget to look high and low, you never know where you might find one! Stop by the Customer Care Desk to enter your guess into a drawing!
•Believing in yourself and your abilities
•Trust in somebody or something
•Trust that you can work through hard situations
If you believe in yourself, anything is possible!
•Focusing on the speaker
•Listening with your eyes and ears
•Following directions without being asked
Always treat others the way you would like to be treated!
•Being mindful of others thoughts and feelings
•Speaking and acting with admiration
•Never think or act like you're better than others
•Being friendly to fellow friends, staff and classmates
•Helping others when they need help
•Thinking of ways to be nice to others
•Be confident in yourself. You can do it!
•Working through situations by yourself.
•Know that its okay to do it on your own if you need to.
Leadership can be defined in many different ways. A few examples include:
Make your own Lion!
1. The lion face will be handed out in class.
2. Color your lion face using colored pencils or crayons.
3. Cut out your lion face.
4. Search for leaves in your yard to use for the lion mane.
4. Use a glue stick to glue your leaves in a circular pattern on a paper plate or a blank sheet of paper.
5. Glue your lion face on top of the leaves.
Such a fun craft project to do at home!
Customer Care Representatives