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Adulting 101: Life Skills for High Schoolers

Your students are soon leaving your classroom and heading to college. Now what? Our responsibility as educators include helping our children become happy, self-sufficient, and well-rounded individuals inside and outside of the classroom. This collection provides educators with a variety of articles, guides, tips, tricks, and advice that every teacher should pass down to his/her high school students. It is never too late to start teaching them how to complete everyday tasks! Check it out.
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Adulting 101: Life Skills for High Schoolers
  • Ambar Paulino says:
    I used this article with a group of students in college-preparatory program I led a few months ago. Students agreed that these 20 life skills are valuable and necessary for their adult lives. Check these out if you are looking to create a list of tips for students!
  • Ambar Paulino says:
    Want to spark conversation and curiosity about a person’s social skills? This checklist will get your students thinking about how they can improve their social skills.
  • Ambar Paulino says:
    Top rated college-preparatory and advice website— Fastweb lists a variety of basic day-to-day skills that young adults should know. Want to prepare your students for life without their parents? Share this article with them!
  • Ambar Paulino says:
    Resume building is one skill that is often left out from high school curriculum. This workbook will guide your students through the do’s and don’ts of resume building. Consider this booklet an extensive and easy go-to guide for your young adult learners.
  • Ambar Paulino says:
    I personally used this “life planner” as a senior in college. The ‘Life Skills Program Planner’ is an extensive list of skills ranging from daily living, health and nutrition, finance, and social skills that every young adult should know.
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BloomBoard Asks:How are you teaching your high school students the necessary life skills needed for post-high school life?