The TeachingKidsBusiness.com skills development courses and activities help kids/children/teens/youth/K-12 develop a foundation of life skills for daily life and in preparation for business.
Everyone develops skills to function and to participate in activities. There are basic skills such as eating, talking, walking and reading which develop in your early years but can be further developed with many other skills through out your life.
There are many life skills used to think, to work with others, make decisions, manage time, concentrate and many more. The goal is to develop as many skills as possible and at a high skill level. The more skills you have and the better you can perform these skills will determine how well you perform activities such as school and eventually jobs in business or entrepreneurship.
Think of this section as a tool box of tips on doing things. We provide you with many life skill tips for everyday use, to help you manage; school, your friends, family and eventually in business.
The “Skill Development Activities/Classes” has many “tools” or tips to help you develop life & business skills and discover your interest and talents. You may not see these classes or activities in school, as we found them in business and translated them for your use or created many of them ourselves.
Skills are things that can help you do something. Skills are like tools. People normally think of tools that are used to build something. A hammer is a tool used to build a house, while a pencil is a tool for an artist to draw. In our case, we are providing you with several “business tools” or “life skill tools” to help you build skills in developing yourself and your eventual business career. The “tools” are information (content) and can be easily distributed and enjoyed by kids online at our site. The “tools” are interesting for kids to work with, relevant to career/business and developed in a way that is communicated well to kids.
Our skill development content can be enjoyed individually by kids and/or shared and enhanced with the involvement of an adult. The content is intended to introduce concepts for skill development. The tools are not age specific as we feel kids will understand the concepts at varying degrees. There are many other types of resources or tools available to you such as TV, internet sites, books, magazines etc., that entertain you and help you learn. Our tools have been developed to introduce you to concepts, give you real-life applications of the concepts and to provide activities to help you practice these concepts to help you develop new skills and improve existing skills.
Try the skill development activities, have some fun with them and discover things about yourself while improving yourself. Use the tools to start developing or “building your eventual career”.
The Business Preparation Program™ uses courses from TeachingKidsBusiness.com Skills Activities/Courses.
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