Step 2 - Study & Life Skills 6 - Things You Should Do

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Step 2 - Study & Life Skills 6 - Things You Should Do

  • Develops literacy, vocabulary!
  • Helps the student locate interests and passions!
  • Fun, hands-on activities!
  • Develops critical thinking skills!
  • Lesson plans are complete and ready to use!  Start now!

I want to tell you a story of a child sleepover my son enjoyed with a friend last night. One of the conditions for the sleepover was to allow time for the Living Your Life lesson before bedtime. This lesson happened to be about talking behind someone else’s back. 

During the do's, the three of us took turns talking behind the third person's back. A lively and imaginative interchange began in my son's mind as he thought of many situations where someone might talk behind someone's back and situations where he could put an end to it and how. We all took turns, two against one. Although my son's friend was given a number of opportunities to participate and was encouraged to do so, it was readily apparent that the thought processes of the two boys were very different. My son was thinking of many different scenarios where talking behinds someone else’s back might take place. His friend kept saying, I don't know. 

It is times like these that I fully realize what homeschooling combined with your curriculum had done for my child. Alex can really think and form his own opinions. Your Living Your Life curriculum takes my child well beyond the typical education of reading writing and arithmetic. My son can think and pursue his dreams. Thank you very much for giving me the tools to REALLY educate my son!

Our experience is from Things not to do and How not to do them. All of the lessons are good, but as I have told my son, some parents wish that they only taught their children how to avoid drug abuse. As usual, the lessons help a child to understand the reasons and to find their own opinions on the subject. I love your theme of using time in beneficial ways.
  R.P., Homeschool Father

The end of the third semester for Step 2 Study & Life Skills, for students ages 7-8, and students of any age who are developing literacy.   This course opens up a world to explore!  Many new activities are discovered and investigated.  For the student who wants to find out a lot more about their possibilities in life, and the parent who wants their child exposed to more of their skills and options.  A hands-on experience in living, meant to open up the doors to possibilities and ideas that the student may not have yet considered.

Here's a list of what is included in the 17 lesson plans, to give you an idea of what activities the student is introduced to:

  • Why Some Things Should be Done
  • Getting To Know Other People
  • Making Stuff Up About Other People (writing and understanding others)
  • Making More Stuff Up about Other People
  • Getting To Know You (The student gets to know himself better)
  • The Plant World and Gardening
  • Exercise
  • Sports
  • Dance
  • Musical Instruments
  • Singing
  • Creative Writing
  • Acting
  • Caring for Animals
  • Work That You Could Love
  • Causes You Could Work For
  • Other Things You Want To Do / Summary
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