Written in concise, non-technical language, Program Strategies offers impressive coverage of independent living program issues: planning, funding, resource development, evaluation and follow-up are carefully detailed for both public and private sectors of child welfare.
The Math in Everyday Life - Teacher's Guide features suggestions, chapter notes, and answers.
Build youths' confidence while preparing them to be financially independent
DRUGO is an innovative, educational game. It helps players learn basic facts about the destructive nature of drugs while having fun.
This book provides creative easy to use activities to introduce developmental assets to youth. It includes: 94 interactive group activities for 6th through 12th graders. Help youth to understand their own assets.
This book covers treating common illnesses such as colds and flu, seeing a doctor, using medicines wisely, and using basic first aid. 54-page Student Book
This resource Includes answer keys for all six student books and provides additional hands-on activities to conduct with youths for each of the topic areas. 62-page Teacher`s Guide
The Life Skills Literacy Series prepares young people for authentic, realistic practice in the language and concepts of the real world: cars and driving, community resources, medicine and health, personal paperwork, housing, and saving and spending money.
In conjunction with the Student Workbook, this book presents a successful, class-tested model for increasing student proficiencies.
Helps develop good character traits and skills throughout life and career. Interactive student activities to complete in class or assign as homework
Show youths how to choose healthier diets for themselves and increase their knowledge of nutrition.
More than 50 activities lead youth to local newspaper information, and then apply it to real-life situations.
This resource contains 33 activities to develop listening skills, critical thinking, and comprehension skills.
This book gives youths 60 reasonable ways to resolve conflicts in their everyday relationships with friends, parents, and teachers.
This resource places a focus on looking your best, choosing and caring for clothes, getting along with others, developing conversational skills, and having a good work attitude.
Experience David's days on the streets, drug and crime binge, homelessness, incarceration, rejection, and hopeful plans to become a fisherman.