- Life skills are a set of human skills acquired via teaching or direct experience that are used to handle problems and questions commonly encountered in daily human life.
- Abilities for adaptive and positive behavior that enable individuals to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of everyday life.
- An individual’s abilities in the areas of decision-making, money management, employability, and in relating to other people that help him or her meet challenges and live a healthy and productive life.
- An act of logging in to a computer system
- In computer security, a login or logon (also called logging in or on and signing in or on) is the process by which individual access to a computer system is controlled by identification of the user using credentials provided by the user.
- A combination of a user’s identification and password used to enter a computer, program, network, etc; The process of logging in
- Procedure performed by a user to declare that a specific system or application is going to be used. Log-in information is used by the computer to mark and track information specific to the user.
life skills login – Berenstain Bears:
The familiar faces of the Berenstain Bears should put any 4 to 6 year old (the game’s targeted age group) at ease in front of the computer, and most of the activities use easy hand-eye coordination to move the mouse around to do things like collect honey or vacuum a room.
Little Bears is a multichild aware game, allowing separate logins for different children. Progress for each child is tracked even between games, and the goal is to earn a printable certificate saying what a great helper cub the child is, with his/her name on it. It can also be played as a two-player game on one computer, getting children used to the idea of sharing and cooperating within the game itself.
There are four categories, one for each bear. Your child can help Papa Bear collect honey, or Momma Bear make a quilt, or one of the bear cubs run errands or clean their rooms. What’s especially nice is the steady, low-key soundtrack (an acoustic guitar loop that wasn’t annoying) and the constant, positive chatting of the particular bear section your child is in. After helping all four bears and earning all the awards, your own little cub can print out a final certificate with his or her name on it.
The games are uncluttered and straightforward. The preschool or kindergarten set should find them interesting and challenging. There were no technical problems, although at times the dialog seemed to fall out of sync a little from the animation. –Mike Caputo
Climbing to Success with LIFE SKILLS
This is the Main Bulletin Board that stays up all year. Each month, as a new Life Skill is highlighted, I move the feet to "climb" up the stairs.
Life Skills Class
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