Transitions Curriculum - Volume 3: Life Management

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Volume 3: Life Management

Volume 3

What’s in the package
  • 1 CD with black-line masters
  • Teachers Guide
  • 97 Teacher-Developed Lessons
  • 178 Reproducible Handouts

Your Transitions Curriculum is wonderful! It is well-written and easy for our students to relate to. The suggestions and ideas in the teacher’s manual are an invaluable source of information and help the quality outcome in our life-skills classes.

Deborah McGichen
Teacher, Baltimore, MD
Course Details

Life Management helps students answer the question: “How can I make choices that will lead to a happy and successful adult life?”

In this unit, students identify and practice the decisions they will make as responsible adults, including how to maintain a healthy lifestyle and enjoy leisure activities. Students are given options and opportunities for independent living while maintaining a satisfying family life.

Life Management content includes:
• Good health habits
• How to budget & save
• How to be a savvy shopper
• How to find a place to live
• How to use public transportation
• How to enjoy and manage leisure time
• Citizenship skills
• How to meet friends and partners
• Safety basics
• Basic baby care
• How to handle a crisis

The Stanfield Way

The child who is ‘left behind’ most is the one who leaves school without transition readiness.

Dr. James Stanfield, Ed.D.

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