By having strong creative skills, we can come up with new solutions to problems that the world of tomorrow will face. Creative skills support our openness to new experiences and help us transform ideas in meaningful ways.
Examples of creative skills are:
Coming up with ideas, expressing them and transforming them into reality, being ok with ambiguity, exploring possibilities, evaluating ideas, curiosity and Imagination, identifying the best solution.
By having strong physical skills, we exercise our minds and bodies to maintain wellbeing towards a successful life.
Examples of physical skills are:
Being physically active, understanding movement and space through practising sensory-motor skills, developing spatial understanding and nurturing an active and healthy body.
By having strong emotional skills, we are better able to tackle challenges in everyday life and relate in important ways to our family and friends.
Examples of emotional skills are:
Understand, manage and express emotions by building self-awareness and handling impulses. Staying motivated and confident in the face of difficulties.
Examples of cognitive skills are:
Concentration, problem-solving, working memory and flexible thinking. Learning to tackle complex tasks and building effective strategies to identify solutions.
By having great social skills, we are empowered to be strong collaborators and communicators. Social skills also allow us to have healthy relationships with family and friends.
Examples of social skills are:
Collaboration, communication, and perspective-taking. Sharing ideas, negotiating rules and building empathy.
This is the largest, most comprehensive list of life skills for kids for ages 2-18. Life Skills are the tools your child needs to succeed in life… The skills they don’t teach in school.
Examples of life skills are:
Money management and saving, Cope with failure, How to be a self-starter and how to stand up for yourself, manage time independently.