Helping Kids Grow their Self Esteem: The JNP Project
In the JNP illustrated Adventures to Awesome series, kids from ages 5-12+ “visit” truth, kindness, harmony, forgiveness, giving, love, compassion, determination, and strength as they meet nine-year-old Jane; her extraordinary talking goldfish, Oracle; and their friend Jake. In the Undersea World of Awesome, our readers—
like the kids at Bates Middle School —become friends with sea-creature characters such as ancient and wise Jaunty Mr. Sea Turtle, Monte The Magnificent magician crab, the teenage Royal Mer-Twins, and the (often) annoying Murky Moray Eel. With Jane, Jake, and Oracle, our readers solve puzzles, discover inner-awesome character traits, and hunt for—and find—The Big Secret. Most of all, kids discover their own empowered character.
One simple way to get involved and combat any form of bullying is building self-esteem through doing acts of goodness for others. We would love to have you join The JNP Project’s exciting new “Acts of…” Boomerang It! Challenge, which is now circling the globe.
Come with us to help kids shine from their inner awesome. It is Positively Empowering!
So, Thanks Dona, for sharing the JNP Project with us. I know I have my boomerangs and I can’t wait to have my kids take the challenge of doing an act of good. More importantly, I can’t wait to see the acts they report back to me with.
If you want to help empower students, and you need some lesson ideas, make sure to check out the JNP Project.
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