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FC: Daily Life Skills and Building Confidence Abby Merchant LIS 120 Summer 2010 Specialized Education

1: Ironing clothes and keeping a neat appearance can be important in our day-to-day lives.

2: It is important to keep groceries put away properly so the food does not spoil.

4: Counting money is essential to daily living skills.

5: Everyone should know how to cook a good meal!!

6: Dusting is key to a clean and tidy house. If you're lucky, you might get a little extra help from others!

7: Laundry is quick and easy to do!

8: Once you have washed your clothes, it's important to fold them and put them away properly so that they don't get wrinkled.

10: After cooking, you should always wash the dishes. You don't want to leave a mess for someone else to clean up

11: ALWAYS take out the trash and recycling

12: Don't forget to replace the trash bag!

13: Personal hygiene is an important part of everyone's life.

14: Don't forget to take your daily medication!

15: Always make your bed! It's a "neat" habit to get into!

16: You can never get enough cleaning done in one day!

17: Don't forget about your homework!

18: Taking care of household pets is an easy and fun chore!

19: Always make sure they have food and water!

20: There is so much work to do in one day!

21: Even though you have to work hard, it's important to make time for yourself!

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