Perfect for parents, grandparents, homeschoolers, teachers, teen church groups, community organizations—even teens themselves!
“On which side of the envelope does the stamp go?”
“Do I really need to put my phone away at the dinner table?”
“I hate making introductions. I never know what to say!”
“Does my glass belong on the right or left side of my plate?”
Although teenagers think they are “all grown-up,” it is comments like these that demonstrate a need for developing skills related to General Etiquette, Personal Guidelines, Dining Protocol, Oral Communication and Written Correspondence.
L.I.F.E. (Learning Information For Everyday) — Social Skills provides the questions to ask tweens and teens to build knowledge and skills necessary to avoid negative consequences and embarrassment as they enter adulthood.
The majority of adults today are not aware of what teens don’t know, yet it is our responsibility to help prepare teens for the adult world. While teenagers have electronic communication and social media skills that are beyond the comprehension of many adults, they may be lacking in fundamental life skills that we take for granted. False assumptions about our teen’s human interaction abilities and real world survival skills can leave them embarrassed or overwhelmed when facing challenges on their own. Let the L.I.F.E. (Learning Information For Everyday) book series help you challenge teens by asking questions to ensure they are equipped for the next phase.
Conversational text, true stories, and icons make this book engaging and easy to read!