Life skills is a collective term for the skills that are required to thrive in life. Based on your time period of your existence these skills change and are fluid. For example: Being able to adapt and succeed in an ever-changing environment is a great skill to have now, but prior to the Industrial Age change was not a huge factor. They also depend on where you reside geographically. For example: Driving a motor vehicle well is a skill that many rural communities value highly, but in urban areas being able to navigation a transit system holds much greater value. Life skills are often undervalued, but very necessary to be healthy and functional.
There is no predefined list of these life skills, as they are almost boundless. For the purpose of these worksheets we will key in on several general essential life skills that are widely accepted in the world today. Having good social skills is a key to take and share information in information. Having the ability to communicate well with others and establish a trust is another valuable social skill. This would include the ability to cooperate and compromise with others. Having the ability to take on your own initiative with the ability to step forward is a skill many hold in high regard. These worksheets will examine a wide range of life skills that will help students learn to thrive in the world today.