Why Life Skills Should Be Part Of Early Learning In School Curriculum
It is important to give students information and develop thinking and analysis based on action, so as to help them adapt to new situations and think creatively to succeed in the real world; that is where life skills play a major role
Have you ever thought how capable your child is in looking after themselves? Are children independent enough to make simple decisions? Have you thought about whether your child has been taught essential life skills to face the world?
Life skills can be broken down into three parts:
Personal and Well-being - Personal and Well-being skills are the essential life skills we need to help maintain a healthy body and mind. These skills include resilience, self-control and self-awareness. They include skills such as how we recognise, manage and cope with our emotions.
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