How to Train on Life Skills During Your Day

January 14, 2018

Life skills are a lot more than cooking and cleaning, they are practical skills adults use everyday. Some skills kids and teens learn at home, of course. And others they learn through scouting or other activities. Friends and families that are interested in other things can teach your children just by being together and sharing fun times. More often, though, they are not learning life skills as much in school…

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Laughs and learning with how-to tips and advice by kids and teens just like you on everyday life skills and cool lessons that you don’t learn in school. Impress your parents with your new skills, and learn how to make money online or start selling your products and videos and make extra money. Kids teach kids, so teach and learn from friends and other students. Parents rest with educational support…

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Through the Eyes of an Entrepreneur

December 14, 2017

  Did you know 33% of Americans say their top goal in life is to run their own company?  It’s true according to a new survey conducted by SUCCESS magazine.   With the economy in another difficult stage and many businesses in trouble, more people are thinking about starting their own businesses. Certainly many millionaires have made their fortunes on their own, but most people have no idea of what entrepreneurs…

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Happy National Entrepreneurship Day

November 21, 2017

  Success requires more than good intentions.  It’s time to take some action. Running a business is a lot harder than just working at things, but it’s also a lot more profitable, a lot more exciting, and a lot longer lasting!  Do you like to solve problems and figure things out on your own?  You may be a real entrepreneur! Take this free quiz to find out how much of…

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Should Your Children Be Blogging?

October 19, 2017

Guest Post by Parv K. Jessy of kidsNclicks Blogging is not just for adults. Report by WiredSafety.org shows that more than 6 million children blog. Should parents be alarmed that their children are blogging? How can parents ensure that their children are blogging responsibly and safely? What is the problem with children blogging? Many blogging platforms requires that the minimum age to blog is 14 years old. But many children lie on…

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Can You Make Your Kids Wait for a Phone?

October 4, 2017

Tech itself is not the problem. Train digital life skills. There’s a movement getting some traction online among parents of older elementary school children to mutually agree to not allow mobile phone use in their households until 8th grade. Do we assume all 13-year olds are suddenly mature kids, or that tweens and middle schoolers mature at the same pace?  Even some 15- and 16-year olds should not be on…

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5 Ways to Keep Children Safe on Facebook

September 29, 2017

Guest Post by Parven Kaur Having over 500 million users, Facebook is now the largest social media platform. Its popularity have attracted many teenagers and children. But how safe is Facebook for our kids? They tend to be the ones that are victims of the dangers of Facebook. Despite having a minimum age requirement of 13 years old to join Facebook there is no method of verifying users age on…

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New Skills for the Future

September 28, 2017

Guest Post by: Sreela Banerjee, The Life Skills Network, UK   The Future of Work is Here: more balance, but a wider range of skills.  Are you preparing your children? The odds are that if you start work in a big organisation today, you will be self-employed sooner or later, whether for the short term, or even, if you choose it, for the long haul. Professor Charles Handy saw this…

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Thoughts on Life Skills Training

July 3, 2017

  From Mama Marlaine of Parenting 2.0, “Like academics, Life Skills benefit from proactive education, qualifies instructors, and a dynamic curriculum.”     We agree, and think that parents and caretakers may often feel that life skills training is all on them. However, there are many great resources and third party educators to support your efforts at home. For those topics that parents aren’t good at themselves, they can seek…

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