21st Century Lifeskills

Interest Level:
Gr. 7–Adult
Reading Level:
4
Additional Components:
Reproducible Student Worktexts
Introduce young people to the must have skills and concepts they' ll need to enter the adult world. 21st Century Lifeskills Handbooks Combining practical content with visual appeal, the Life Skills Handbooks read more like magazines than books. These 120-page handbooks are designed to teach life skills to today’s teens in an approachable and non-threatening way. Realistic scenarios help teens grasp the relevance of the information in these books, and tables, graphs, and charts add to...

Introduce young people to the must have skills and concepts they' ll need to enter the adult world.

21st Century Lifeskills Handbooks

Combining practical content with visual appeal, the Life Skills Handbooks read more like magazines than books. These 120-page handbooks are designed to teach life skills to today’s teens in an approachable and non-threatening way. Realistic scenarios help teens grasp the relevance of the information in these books, and tables, graphs, and charts add to students’ understanding. Essential vocabulary is featured to help students build real-world literacy.

Features include:

  • Preview and Review exercises introduce and wrap up each unit
  • Emphasis on essential, topic-related vocabulary
  • A topic-related Everyday Math application in every lesson

Titles include:

Moving Out on Your Own

Moving Out on Your Own

Moving out on your own comes with great responsibilities. Are you ready to take on this level of independence? If so, it’s time to find a place to live. Knowing where to search and what to look for in an apartment will ensure you sign a lease for a place you love. Plan your big move carefully and understand common problems with roommates and landlords. You’ll be settled into your new home in no time.


 

 

 

  

Everyday Household TasksEveryday Household Tasks

Taking on more responsibilities at home or moving into your own place can be both thrilling and intimidating. You may be handling grocery shopping, cooking, laundry, and house cleaning by yourself for the first time. Mastering a few basic skills will make these tasks easy and manageable. Then you’ll have time to focus on something more fun—decorating your new place and making it your home.


 

 

 

 

Health and WellnessHealth and Wellness

Eating a balanced diet and getting regular exercise are important parts of maintaining good health. However, there are many other aspects that often go overlooked when it comes to overall wellness. From having regular medical checkups to caring for your mental health, understanding how to better care for your mind, body, and spirit can help you live a happier, healthier life.


 

 

 

 

Managing MoneyManaging Money

Whether you’re opening a bank account or taking out a loan, knowing how to manage your money is an incredibly helpful skill. Be smart with your hard-earned income by developing good savings habits and using credit cards responsibly. If you have debt, learn how interest works and create a budget to pay it off. With a few basic money management skills, you can help set yourself up for financial success.




Consumer SpendingConsumer Spending

Are you a smart shopper? Being able to spot a bargain or find the best deal on a professional service is just the beginning. To make the most of your money, it’s also important to understand advertising tricks, protect yourself from scams, and know your rights as a consumer. Developing smart spending habits today will lead to a brighter financial future.




Workplace ReadinessWorkplace Readiness

There’s more to finding a job than simply applying. First, figure out what you’d like to do for a living. Think ahead and set career goals. Understand what training and education you’ll need to reach your dream. Then begin your job search, looking for work that aligns with your goals. Grab potential employers’ interest with a polished cover letter and resume, then impress them further in an interview. You’ll be ready for the workplace in no time.



Getting ahead at WorkGetting ahead at Work

Getting hired is just the first step on the path to being successful at work. From the moment you first meet your new supervisor and coworkers, you’ll need to put your best foot forward. Make a good impression, strive to learn new skills, work efficiently, and respond appropriately to feedback. You’ll soon be seen as a responsible, reliable employee, and there may even be a promotion in your future.



 

 

 

This program is ideal for:

  • Special Education / Special Needs
  • Struggling Learners
  • Students-at-Risk
  • Learning Disabled
  • Remedial Education
  • Differentiated Education


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Moving Out on Your Own HandBook
$19.99
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Everyday Household Tasks HandBook
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Health and Safety HandBook
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Managing Money HandBook
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Consumer Spending HandBook
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Job Search HandBook
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Getting Ahead at Work HandBook
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Community Resources HandBook
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Transportation and Travel HandBook
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Car and Driver HandBook
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Lifeskills HandBook Sample Set (1 each of all 9 HandBooks)
$195.00
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