Teaching Life Skills
Be sure your children are prepared for "adulting!" Try out these great ideas and projects for teaching your kids life skills around the house.
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The secret to teaching kids financial literacy involves more than just teaching kids smart money management or how to budget. It involves a whole new mindset. When you're teaching kids about money, teach them how to think so that they will be financially prepared, no matter what their future holds. Teach kids about money with this detailed guide that includes ages elementary, middle school, and high school lessons and resources for financial literacy lessons. Perfect for homeschoolers.
Hands-on activities, like crafts, are a wonderful way to bring history to life. Historical crafts give teens a broader sense of how life was lived years ago. So it's time to put down the textbook and add one of these DIY projects to your pioneer history lesson plans. Our favorites were the quilt we made and the scrap fabric braided rug. What project is your homeschool teen going to work on first? #pioneer #middleschool #history #handsonhistory
Communication skills are essential etiquette and life skills for teens to master, so we need to continue building their social skills through middle school and high school. Being effective communicators will serve them well in the future, so the best time to practice is right now. Here are three communication skills middle schoolers should learn. #middleschool #lifeskills #communicationskills #educationpossible
If your teens want to learn how to sew, it's important to choose simple things to get them started. This easy pillowcase tutorial is the perfect first sewing machine project. Not only will your kids be having fun learning a valuable life skill, they'll be able to make some cool DIY projects for themselves and friends. Use this pattern to teach your middle schooler how to sew. #diysforteens #lifeskills #learntosew #easysewingproject
Teaching kids about money - how to we start our kids' money journey off right? Here's a way to start teaching money to the littlest learners! This project works best at home, but can be adapted for classroom use toward a shared goal, too. Come have a look