10 Skills That Your Child Needs


We live in a globalized world, where acquiring and mastering skills are vital to effectively position ourselves to become a real contribution to the community.
On several occasions we have discussed the need to master a second language such as Spanish. However, this time, we want to present the 10 skills of the 21st century that your child needs.

The skills of the 21st-century are:

  1. Creativity
  2. Innovation
  3. Critical thinking
  4. Troubleshooting communication
  5. Collaboration
  6. Quantitative reasoning
  7. Logical thinking
  8. Self-regulation
  9. Determination
  10. Perseverance

Technology advances by leaps and bounds, however, school programs at the preschool, primary, secondary and high school levels have suffered a slow reaction when adapting technological disciplines such as programming and logical thinking in problem-solving. These concepts might sound somewhat advanced for those of us who are adults, but they are aspects that we should all be able to handle, and better if starting at an early age!

Exhibit table - from conference before NIEA

At 7 Generation Games, we develop technological educational games that not only have a fun environment but also help develop skills such as mathematical logical thinking, perseverance, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and problem-solving.

In Making Camp Bilingual you can enjoy videos and activities, players can exercise their multiplication and division skills while learning strategies to solve math problems. Throughout the game, you can also learn the history of Native Americans. Get points solving math problems and answering social science questions while building in your villa!

Recommended Grades 3- 5
Math: Multiplication and Division
History: Ojibwe (Chippewa) , Plains Indians
In Spanish and English

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