How did your teen do with their skill challenge from last week? Did you have some laughs as I predicted? I sure hope so. This week, I want to check on vocabulary related to cooking. Why? Because we ALL LOVE TO EAT! And although frozen food that can be microwaved or fast food from the drive-in … Read moreChallenge Your Teen’s Basic Knowledge (part II-cooking terms)
Gosh there is a lot for adults to teach teenagers. To start, there is all the academic concepts in school (glad teachers are taking care of that). Then we have current events, sports info, etiquette, manners, personal hygiene, life skills, employment skills, finance, and people skills (to name a few). And hard as we try, … Read moreChallenge Your Teen’s Basic Knowledge (part I-home life skills)
A friend shared this article http://www.copyblogger.com/social-media-debate/ . I felt it had some good points, although drawn out getting them across, I must warn. However, after reading it … I had to post the following comment for the author (I think I’m comment #41): “It always comes back to moderation. Whether we are talking about eating, drinking, sex, … Read moreSocial Media Debate-Need Your Input
LIFE book educates adults about teens by Kayla Elder © cherokeetribune.com 2016 02.03.16 – 09:19 pm Retired local high school teacher Beth Carey has taken on a new title as author. Her first book of a planned trilogy, “LIFE: Learning Information for Everyday,” was released in December. The book is for educating adults on … Read moreCherokee Tribune Reports on L.I.F.E.
“What exactly is a book launch party?” “Why would I need or want one?” “Who would come?” “Why would they come?” “Where should it take place?” “What food and drink should I serve?” “Really, do I gotta do this??” — this was me. Whining. Unsure. Not liking the idea of being the center of attention. … Read moreBook Launch Party Afterthoughts