Creative Career Education

Includes Digital Resources!

$34.95

SKU: B566-Net

New from the best-selling author of Creative Small Groups, Creative Career Education offers innovative and interactive career-education lessons for students in kindergarten through fifth grade. Packed with reproducible activity sheets and colorful printable posters and card games, each lesson will keep students engaged as they learn about how their interests and skills relate to possible career choices. Ready-to-use, each grade level offers:

  • Four or five age-appropriate career-education lessons
  • Vocabulary words in each lesson to increase students’ knowledge of words related to careers
  • My Portfolio which asks students to write about their interests and what they would like to be when they grow up.

Students will have fun and learn about careers as they participate in a variety of stimulating activities!

  • Kindergarten: Students learn about the different tools and vehicles used by workers while playing Career Bingo and Career Cards.
  • Grade 1: Students complete the Career/Hobby Match activity sheet by guessing what hobby or favorite pastime each of six workers had when they were young, and participate in a Grab Bag activity which relates hobbies and pastimes to careers.
  • Grade 2: Students gain personal insight as they participate in the Would You Rather? activity, and create a Career Worm by brainstorming job titles beginning with each letter of the alphabet.
  • Grade 3: Students associate pictures of personal interests to the Interest Area Posters displayed around the room, and participate in the Gear Up to Careers activity.
  • Grade 4: Students have fun as they bid on lifestyle and priceless items in a Career Auction, and complete A World of Goals booklet.
  • Grade 5: Students complete the What’s My Personality Type? assessment, and create a Career Map depicting their career journeys.

These and many more activities make this the must-have career-education program for elementary counselors!

Written by Karen Gannon Griffith
Paperback ISBN 9781575433028
Grades K-5
176 pages
Release Date January 1, 2015

Additional information

Format

Paperback

Language

English

Publisher

Marco Products

Karen Gannon Griffith

Karen Griffith, PhD, LPC, worked in public education for 35 years, 27 as a school counselor, earning multiple state and national recognitions. Now retired, she works at the University of Georgia as an Assistant Professor (Term-Limited) in the Department of Counseling and Human Development Services, and with ASCA as a trainer on the national model, Lead RAMP Reviewer, and Peer Reviewer for the Journal of Counseling and Development. She has authored three books and several articles, and speaks at state and national conferences on a variety of topics. Her primary area of research is around resiliency.

Karen Gannon Griffith

Karen Griffith, PhD, LPC, worked in public education for 35 years, 27 as a school counselor, earning multiple state and national recognitions. Now retired, she works at the University of Georgia as an Assistant Professor (Term-Limited) in the Department of Counseling and Human Development Services, and with ASCA as a trainer on the national model, Lead RAMP Reviewer, and Peer Reviewer for the Journal of Counseling and Development. She has authored three books and several articles, and speaks at state and national conferences on a variety of topics. Her primary area of research is around resiliency.

$34.95

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