Daily Life Skills Big Book - Combined Volume (Life Skills)

Daily Life Skills Big Book - Combined Volume (Life Skills)

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Item #: 026403
ISBN: 9781771673594
Grades: 6-12

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Our combined resource helps engage learners while providing the knowledge they need to have successful daily life skills. Our in depth study combines the three lessons in this series: Daily Marketplace Skills, Daily Social & Workplace Skills, and Daily Health & Hygiene Skills. Students will start by going into the marketplace and learning how to budget and how to best spend their money. Then, students go into the workplace and learn how to behave in a social environment. Finally, students go back to their home and learn about health and hygiene. Comprised of reading passages, graphic organizers, real-world activities, crossword, word search and comprehension quiz, our resource combines high interest concepts with low vocabulary to ensure all learners comprehend the essential skills required in life. All of our content is aligned to your State Standards and are written to Bloom's Taxonomy.

Category Description for Daily Life Skills:

This handy series helps your children learn basic life skills. These ready-to-use lessons cover a variety of topics that are useful daily. Each 60-page book includes the teacher/parent instruction and activity pages with examples for the students. These are also reproducible for family or classroom use.

The content is based on Bloom's Taxonomy and a quick overview of the philosophy is shown in the front of the books. These books are written at level 3 of the Taxonomy: learning to apply what they have read, remembered, and understood. A list of vocabulary words is printed at the beginning of each book and activity pages include a variety of exercises - short answer; fill-in-the-blank; complete the chart; true false; multiple choice; crossword; word search and more. A comprehension quiz and answer keys are found toward the back of each book. Mini-posters are also included in the back, great as prompts for your visual learners.

These would be helpful for struggling learners or students with special needs who need practice with life skills. They are written to be high-interest, but at an easier reading level. ~ Donna

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I needed a way to teach my special needs son on daily living skills
Mark S on Nov 1, 2022
All teens need to be taught every day life skills.
Telisa P on Aug 2, 2020
I needed a way to teach my special needs son on daily living skills
Mark S on Nov 1, 2022
Health curriculum
Lee S on Mar 15, 2021
All teens need to be taught every day life skills.
Telisa P on Aug 2, 2020
Life skills for my daughter.
Terrie B on Jul 8, 2020
It seems like a curriculum that will appeal to boys. Much of what is out is too "girly".
Jana on Sep 19, 2019
My hope is to teach my developmentally challenged daughter how navigate adult life.
Mary J on Aug 14, 2019
teaching a child with autism
Jenene B on Jul 18, 2019
My son has FAS and is borderline intellectual functioning. After 13 years of public education (starting at age 3) we are homeschooling his junior and senior years. I was looking for a functional curriculum. This looks like it might work!
JENNIFER T on Apr 23, 2019
For my special needs son-- wanting to prepare/train him to eventually be self sufficient & do things independently/on his own, and hopefully be able to be employable in the future.
Mark S on Apr 9, 2019
Would like to help my special daughter.
Luis R on Aug 14, 2018
I am homeschooling a special needs child.
LINDA B on Jun 28, 2018
To support my son with high functioning autism.
Theresa D on Nov 13, 2017
i am a life skills teacher
suzanne b on Jul 10, 2017
Lets face it, kids today do not get all the life skills needed to be adults. We are raising adults, not children, yet many adults have the life skills of children. This helps cover the bases to raise them to be independent. This may be more important than academics. I also recommend Life Skills for Kids.
User on Jan 21, 2017
I have a special needs son and need specific materials for him.
Deborah S on Sep 18, 2016
Health curriculum
Lee S on Mar 15, 2021
Life skills for my daughter.
Terrie B on Jul 8, 2020
How many days a week do you use this curriculum, and for how many weeks?
A shopper on Jan 13, 2023
BEST ANSWER: Good afternoon. I work in an adult residential group home. We run this curriculum 2-3 times weekly with the individuals we serve. However, we have to do the activities multiple times in order to promote maximum retention. The activities are attainable and easy to work with one on one or in a group setting.
Can this be counted for 1 full credit as an Elective for High School?
Melanie on Aug 4, 2022
BEST ANSWER: The one book alone is not enough for a full credit in "life skills", however: you can combine it with other resources.
Does the combined volume follow along with the individual books or do you have to find the page I am on?
User on Jun 12, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The combined volume has the same pages as the individual books but they have been renumbered to follow in sequence for the entire series.
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I think this will be great for my son on the autistic spectrum.
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