Life Skill: Chrisma

Life Skill: Chrisma

“Charisma is the transfer of enthusiasm from one person to another." - Ralph Archbold


This month your child will be studying the character skill: Charisma. They will learn that charisma means: to have a magnetic personality. Many of you will be visiting with family and friends that your child may not be familiar with over the holiday season.  My goal is to help your child feel more confident in those scenarios. Throughout the month, we will discuss charisma in our end of class mat chats.


You can help by reinforcing charisma at home. If you lead by example, your child will follow. Below are some tips on how to compliment the lessons we teach about charisma this month:


  • Help your child improve his or her physical health. This includes eating right and taking good care of his or her personal hygiene. When people feel good about themselves, it carries over when they interact with others.
  • Carry yourself effectively. Demonstrate confidence yourself when you interact with others. Look them in the eyes and smile a lot. Your children model your behavior.
  • Help your child become an avid reader. This will stimulate their intellect. After they read a book, ask them to explain what they read and the lesson they learned from the story.


Thank you for your support. I look forward to watching our youthful students build the skill of charisma.





Stephanie Haydel

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