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Spending Wisely: Budgeting, Money Management, & Decision Making - Life Skills
Life Skills Back to School Night Time Routine
The best school day starts the night before. Learners observe night-time routines to prep for the next day. Action steps are easy yet become life-long strategies. Perfect for back to school, new jobs, or just to be better organized.
A quick video lesson followed by an interactive lively discussion inspires students to organize and take easy action steps at night to make school day mornings and school life better. It’s easy to get into a routine that doesn’t work very well. Some people suffer from having no routine at all. We are here to help you think outside the box with ideas for making evening time productive and relaxing as well. At the end of this class students will feel better about tackling the first day of...
This class is taught in English.
Students will discuss and be encouraged to pack a healthy lunch, organize their school supplies, backpack and bathe the night before to save time in the morning. Suggestions are made for following the school dress code and making appropriate compromises with parents or guardians. Limiting access to technology at night is recommended except for high school seniors who make healthy choices and need some time to practice limiting themselves before going on to college or independent living.
Homework is optional. The suggestion involves purchasing or gathering the necessary school supplies to color code for organization. Decluttering and reorganizing a students bedroom, closet and desk area are also valuable after class tasks that we will recommend. Tips for how to declutter will be included in the class.
(Optional) Following the class you may want to seize the moment and go shopping for school supplies and, if needed, a new lunch bag. Make sure to check with the school website for suggestions for specific supplies from teachers.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
Meet the teacher
OUTSCHOOL lessons by “Peaceful Community Pocket Guide” author Katherine Cardinal, are inspired by nearly two decades of social work experience instructing young people in daily living skills, healthy choices, coping, peer relationships and self...
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Completed by 6 learners
Live video meetings
1-18 learners per class