Spotlight Ready - witty, outgoing, and confident in who you are, you're always ready for the spotlight and a chance to show off your talents.

Live in the Present - living in the present moment is a wonderful quality! Your ability to fully immerse yourself in the here and now allows you to savor experiences and find joy in the littlest of moments.

Spontaneous - you have a natural inclination for spontaneity, more so than most people! You tend to embrace the unexpected and are quick to adapt to new situations.

13% of kiddos are Otters

Welcome to the busy, playful, and rambunctious world of the Otter! 

Otter kids, like you, have an incredible sense of curiosity and a strong desire to experience life in a hands-on way. You love doing - being outside, exploring nature, or playing sports - activities like these bring you so much joy and excitement! 
You are an enthusiastic leader who's active, energetic, and full of life! Otters bring energy into their leadership roles, motivating and inspiring others to have fun and enjoy life. Your ability to "live in the moment" allows you to respond quickly to changes or challenges, a crucial skill for effective leadership.



Making real-world connections will help make learning more exciting! When you know how what you're learning will help you in real-life situations, it becomes more meaningful and valuable to you! It's like discovering hidden treasure that applies to your own life!

Having a structured routine at home is important because it gives you a sense of stability and helps you stay organized. But guess what? It's also great to have some flexibility within that routine! This means there's room for those spontaneous and exciting real-life experiences that you love so much!


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  • Otters gain energy by engaging with outside stimuli: people, activities, conversation, etc. 

  • You prefer to go and do.

  • Otters enjoy playing and interacting with friends rather than being alone. 

  • You tend to need to talk out loud to process your thoughts. 

  • Otters tend to focus on the present moment and don’t miss a beat when it comes to the details around you. 

  • You tend to prefer hands-on learning experience rather than on what you read.

  • You understand and interpret things using precise step-by-step directions, literal words, stories, facts, and examples instead of vague ideas or metaphors. 

A LOOK Inside the otter's Brain




You like to keep your surroundings and schedule flexible.
 Otters gather information about the world by paying attention to the details.
Extroversion means that you prefer to focus on things outside of your self.
Did you know you're becoming more self-aware? Self-Awareness is understanding your personality, thoughts, beliefs, motivations and feelings. Below are a few of the ingredients that make up your personality!
  • Otters tend to prefer spontaneity and a loosely held schedule because the unplanned and unexpected brings an abundance of joy and excitement. 

  • You enjoy having the ability to work, play, and have fun all at the same time. 

  • You tend to be pressure-prompted and will get your best ideas and work done at the last minute.

A LOOK at the otter's...



  • Fearless Adventurer - Your adventurous nature is a remarkable strength! Your willingness to explore new things, take risks, and step outside your comfort zone opens doors to exciting opportunities and endless possibilities.

  • Curious Observation - You notice the tiniest details that often go unnoticed by others. This incredible strength of yours allows you to see the world in a truly unique way. You find beauty in even the smallest things, and your ability to appreciate the intricate details is truly remarkable.

  • Energetic Enthusiasm - Your energy, enthusiasm, and stamina light up any social setting. Your vibrant presence creates a positive and fun environment, making you a sought-after team member. Embrace your unique strengths and continue to shine brightly, bringing joy and motivation to those around you!
  • Learn to pause - Your adventurous spirit is truly remarkable, and it's important to keep it shining bright! As you embark on thrilling experiences, take a moment to think about safety and responsibility first. Finding a balance is key – seek adventures within safe limits and choose activities that align with your well-being. Remember, by pausing for just a moment to consider the possible consequences, you can make even wiser decisions!

  • Learn energy awareness - You have such vibrant energy and a thirst for stimulation, friend! It's natural for you to feel restless when situations require prolonged focus, being still or lack constant excitement. Long periods of inactivity or repetitive tasks can feel frustrating to you. But remember, if you're aware of your restlessness, you can ask for what you need! Simply let a trusted adult know that you are feeling restless and would appreciate some guidance or suggestions.

Learn more about supporting your kid's growth and development 

A strength is a task or action that you can do easily without too much effort.

A stretch is a task or action that requires you to step outside your normal comfort zone, routine, or habits that you must put in more effort than usual to see the results you want.

Hey Parents & Teachers!

An Otter has an abundance of energy that requires them to eat frequently. Otters don't have a blubber layer to keep warm or store energy for the future, so they have to eat 25% of their body mass every day just to survive!

Otter's LOVE to play. When not eating or hunting, they have been known to make slides along the banks of the water. 

They are social animals and are usually never alone. Even when they nap in the water, they link arms so they don't drift away from each other. Totes adorbs right?! 

(Real) OTTER Facts!

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