This month’s Tip for Teen video is on Cell Phone Etiquette and features Noble County Educator, Sami Schott and Julie, a Teen Leader in Noble County.
There is a time and place for cell phone use. In this video, you will learn when it should be put down for common courtesy or to just disconnect to reconnect!
The Teen Tip Video below contains quick and easy breakfast ideas along with a reminder about the importance of taking time to eat breakfast.
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Do you know how much added sugar is in the beverages you drink? What you drink is just as important as what you eat. Miriam Knopp, OSU Extension Intern in Franklin County, explains why sugary drinks should be avoided and explains how to determine the amount of sugar in the beverages you consume.
The “Added Sugar in Beverages” YouTube video link can be found in the link below:
Online scams and phishing can be common, but you have the tools to protect yourself.
Watch the video below:
Today’s Teen Tip video “How to Address an Envelope”, is provided by Carroll County FCS Educator Bridget Britton. Sometimes the art of simple things are lost on a paperless society, but are we truly paperless? The skill of properly addressing an envelope is still an important skill for everyone to have. Watch this week’s video to learn how to properly address an envelope.
Watch the video below to learn how to address an envelope:
Do you love to eat guacamole with your tortilla chips? Wouldn’t it be nice to eat it whenever you want?
Learn how to make guacamole by watching the video below:
Want to learn how and why to create a basic budget? Find out what apps to use, what websites have helpful information and more!
Check out the site below:
Even though a lot of banking is done online today, there may be a time when you will need to know how to write a check.
Check out the teen tip video below:
Have you ever wondered about the different types of bank accounts there are and which one might be best for you?
See the Teen Tip Video – Basic Banking link below to check it out!