STRESSED KIDS INTERNALIZE THE TENSION
Let's teach our kids how to breathe deeply, and use mental and emotional skills to be mindful and resilient. Tension that builds and stays in the body causes negative thoughts, feelings, and behavior which can lead to mental health issues, relationship difficulties, societal ills, and the inability to respect and love oneself and others. WE CAN PREVENT THIS BY EMPOWERING SUPERKIDS WITH SELF REGULATION SKILLS FOR CONFIDENCE AND COMPETENCE BUILDING THAT IMPACT ALL ASPECTS OF A CHILD'S LIFE AT HOME AND SCHOOL FOR GREATER SUCCESS NOW AND IN THE FUTURE.
Visit GrandmaBoom.com to find Janai's books available on Amazon: BEEING CALM (now bilingual edition), Superkid Saves the Day, Superkid Camp, Dragonella, Jackson's Fun Adventures, Superkid Power Guidebook, The Grandma Boom Chronicles: More Alive at 65.
Welcome to SuperKid Power!
OUR MISSION IS TO EMPOWER SUPERKIDS WITH SELF HELP SKILLS INCLUDING SELF REGULATION, STRESS MANAGEMENT, RESILIENCY AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
At SuperKid Power we know that prevention is the key at an early age. We are dedicated to a new world where children are prioritized and taught to KNOW THEMSELVES as a way to make good choices from the inside-out. That, in turn, empowers them to create health, happiness, self-actualization and self-accountability, to care about themselves and the world around them.
85% of a child’s brain develops by the age of 5 years. It is the easiest time for children to learn/absorb/integrate self-help skills to prevent mental/emotional illness, relationship incompetence and societal ills. Early learning self-help skills creates healthier children, families, communities and a more hopeful world. Equity, diversity and inclusion are natural traits when children learn skills that help them to function healthily in mind/body/emotions/spirit in their own lives.
We'd like your help
SuperKid Power, Inc. is a Nonprofit, Tax Exempt 501(c)3 and we invite you to help us continue our mission to empower SuperKids. Our EIN is 48-0902338
Janai is available for keynote speaking and training:
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) Techniques for Children
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) for Adults with Children
Social Emotional Learning
Self Regulation Skills for Child Resiliency
Stress Coping for Confidence Building
Early Childhood Development Mental/Emotional Health Skills
Training For Parents/Teachers/Grandparents
Accommodations/Honorarium/Expenses required for engagements.
Watch Lesson 1, then download the handouts for Parents and Teachers, all for free in our shop
SuperKid Power is the home for ART: ACES Resiliency Teaching
ACES (Adverse Childhood Experiences) has become predominant in today’s culture, leaving children to fend for themselves without proper tools to maintain good mental, emotional and physical health. The SuperKid Power has been at the forefront for 41 years developing curriculum and implementing dynamic lessons that children easily integrate into their lives. Children and their support systems, at school or home, become more mindful, using stress instead of it using them, and knowing themselves in a successful way to tap their own internal resources of the mind, body and emotions combined with breathing and will power.
SuperKid Power is dedicated to empowering all ages to tap inner resources of mind/body/emotions/spirit in honor of advancing each person’s human potential to live healthy, self-actualized, content lives. The focus on ACES takes precedence at this time of great cultural shifts due to technology and planetary challenges.
We're making Real Progress. The latest from our Blog.
SUPER-KID POWER: SELF REGULATION SKILLS FOR KIDS With Janai ‘Grandma Boom’ Mestrovich – For Children Ages 4-8 Saturday, Aug. 13, 10:30-11:30am Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library – 1757 Ashland St. $25 Suggested Donation – Limited Space- MUST RSVP FUN techniques that teach children the foundation for Self-Regulation: »Going From Tense to Calm »How to Switch Gears…Read More
’ll be happy when……… Don’t we all know that ploy? It’s the carrot and the stick out in front of us with the promise of ecstatic upliftment. But there has to be a catch….. always a catch of something happening, something being purchased, someone calling, money coming our way…. and the list goes on. Happiness…Read More
My knees were sore from crawling on a hard tile floor under the table, around corners, racing across the room with my toddler grandson. Entering into his toddler world and leaving my age range created an unforgettable bonding experience. My bony knees reminded me when to stop crawling. I respected that limitation after 20 minutes…Read More
Approximately 1989: “MOM! Why do you talk to yourself so much?” Me: “Because I listen and don’t talk back!” My children questioned my ‘ways’ and wondered if I was “OK,” hahaha. 2021: “MOM! Do you realize how much you talk to yourself out loud?” “YES! Tradition! And now I LISTEN and respond! Pandemic isolation and…Read More
ASHLAND, Ore. — An Ashland woman has launched a recycling project for over a thousand children in Southern Oregon. The founder of the nonprofit Superkid Power Inc. said after being cooped up inside for much of the pandemic, she wanted to provide an outlet for children to use their creativity while also learning about the…Read More
Get ready! Here’s a new exciting community building project that is both simple and timeless. Introducing the SuperKid Power Recycling Bag Project brought to you by the one and only Janai ‘Grandma Boom’ Mestrovich. In today’s interview, I speak with her about this visionary project and mission of social-emotional learning. We discuss the project and…Read More
“A warm smile is the universal language of kindness.” William Arthur Ward No one ever saw her smile. No one ever heard her speak a word. Ten years old, V lived in an isolation unit at a state institution where I worked for a summer in the late sixties. V sat and stared, rocking back…Read More
“If I was writing a book, you would be on the cover!” The leg surgeon proclaimed his acknowledgment and released me two months early. The x-rays spoke for themselves, showing the rod from my left knee to my ankle was healed prematurely. He asked what I was doing. That was 16 years ago. This spring…Read More
Fear’s dagger paralyzed me. I was 9 years old, playing outside at dusk in the humid Kansas summer evening. Dad was working outside. I ran into the dimly lit basement seeking a toy. A foot high dark figure appeared in front of me, hissing as it drew closer. I froze. Snake! I could not find…Read More
The third grader was delivered to my office door in the elementary school, arm clasped by the principal, janitor and counselor who were all restraining him in his writhing state. The boy had just attempted suicide, having worn an angry mask for weeks. The principal knocked, suddenly opening my door. My job was to work…Read More
“Play is the highest form of research.” – Albert Einstein 8 years ago….”Grandma Boom, let’s see how many ways we can make the train cars CRASH!” My preschool age grandson beckoned to me as he caused a derailing that registered 9.5 on the living room richter sound scale. Having been a 60’s headband-wearing, jean skirt-donning…Read More
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