Step 2 - Study & Life Skills 7 - Preparing for Harder School Work - What You Will Be Studying

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Step 2 - Study & Life Skills 7 - Preparing for Harder School Work - What You Will Be Studying

  • Develops literacy, vocabulary!
  • Prepares the student for more advanced studies!
  • Fun, hands-on activities!
  • Develops critical thinking skills!
  • Lesson plans are complete and ready to use!  Start now!

This course is terrific, my 8 yr old insisted on doing the second lesson immediately after finishing the first! The content is aimed at encouraging students to think deeper about their choices and their options. This is done simply, but VERY effectively. The message is easy to understand, but thought-provoking and offers the student the means to be able to really comprehend the material. These are true Life Skills, I think they could even be used with older children with great results.   J.D. Homeschool Mom
The first Step 2 Study & Life Skills course in the final semester for Students ages 7-8, and for students of any age who are developing literacy.

What is a subject?  What subjects will the student be asked to study as he moves into harder levels of school?  This course explains in 18 hands-on lessons not only the subjects that the student is expanding into, but also why it's a good idea to study and understand subjects.

Detailed lesson plans explain the best way to approach:

  • Math
  • History
  • Science
  • Religion
  • P.E.
  • Sports
  • Geography
  • Languages
  • Social Studies
  • Government
  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Electives. 

An indispensable course for students as they prepare to step up to tougher materials, one that will explain what it is they are about to study, and why.  18 lessons, about 9-10 weeks of study.  A test and answer guide are included.

Concepts covered in this course include:

  • Why one studies.
  • Studying math, and math in one's life.
  • Studying science, and science in one's life.
  • Studying history, social studies and current events, and how they are used in life.
  • Studying religion and how such studies are used in life.
  • Studying P.E.
  • Learning about sports.
  • P.E. and sports in life.
  • Studying in the arts, and the arts in life.
  • Learning about geography and languages and their uses in life.
  • Learning to read and write and the uses of these skills in life.
  • Why one should also study subjects that they are especially interested in.
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