We have programs in creative arts, life skills, leadership and service. In Freedom4U's Service Leadership Program, teens can gain important leadership skills of writing, speaking and organizing while leading other teens in a service area they care about. The service area can be a project or cause that is benevolent to other people, the culture, to an organization or the environment. Teens will learn to effectively communicate by working with others and by demonstrating patience, passion for charity work, and listening skills.
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Video content for the classroom has never been more accessible to teachers and students. Math tutorials, physics experiments, animated grammar lessons, feature-length documentaries -- you name it, it's out there. This is not to mention the ever-growing mountain of user-generated YouTube videos. Are you searching for that just-right video clip to complement your lesson?
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These teacher-approved teen numbers videos can help launch your numbers lessons! Students will love learning about teen numbers with these fun videos that help teach numbers in an easy to understand way. See the full list of videos below. There seems to be a lot of confusion when teaching young children about teen numbers. Some struggle with just counting the numbers while other struggle with identifying the numbers. And many struggle with both. I created this list to hopefully help develop both of these skills to elevate some hopefully all of the confusion. This video is great to use when teaching your students to recognize teen numbers. It gives appropriate think time to process new information but may be a little too slow paced for students that just need the practice. In this video you will get a fun and quick review of identifying teen numbers while recognizing they all start with one.
School is closed, activities are canceled, work has dwindled to almost nothing, and socializing is forbidden. I reached out to experts to find out what skills teens can learn in this unexpected chunk of free time. They shared a bunch of ideas. You can provide your child with a script, and stay close by in case they need help. Even calling for takeout gives them a good opportunity to practice. He recommends that parents set aside some time for teens to read on their own, and give them opportunities to share what they have read and learned. Parents can ask teens what they want to learn about, and have them create their own schedule for the day. At the end of each day, they can review how well the schedule worked and make changes for the next day.