For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit,

and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.  Hebrews 4:12    

  

              

 

 

                                               

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Home Economics Level One

Ages 6 and Up

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  • How do you crack an egg?

  • Why shouldn't you cut lettuce with a knife?

  • Do you use scissors to cut pastry?

  • What causes bread to rise?

  • How do you organize a drawer?

  • What is hospitality and how do you cultivate being hospitable?

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Week Sixteen - Baking: Learning to Use a Grater

Week Seventeen - Cleaning: Using a Vacuum

Week Eighteen - Cleaning: Learning to Dust

Week Nineteen - Cleaning: How to Sweep Properly

Week Twenty - Cleaning: How to Wash the Dishes

Week Twenty-One - Cleaning: How to Make a Bed

Week Twenty-Two - Sewing: Learning to Stitch

Week Twenty-Three - Sewing: Backwards & Forwards

Week Twenty-Four - Sewing: Cutting a Pattern

Week Twenty-Five - Sewing: Sewing on Applique (Patterns)

Week Twenty-Six - Organizing: What is Organization?

Week Twenty-Seven - Organization: How to Organize a Closet

Week Twenty-Eight - Organization: Organizing the Bookshelf

Week Twenty-Nine - Hospitality: Itís Time for Company!

Week Thirty - Reviewing Level One

 

Anne White, great-grandmother, homemaker for over 65 years, and master chef (in that order!), has helped to put this Home Economics curriculum together. We are sure that you will enjoy Anne's invaluable knowledge and the wonderful simplicity of weekly lessons as you join us in this journey of preparation in the quiet arts... the home skills.

Week One - Nutrition

Week Two - Cooking: Learning to Peel (Making a carrot tray)

Week Three - Cooking: Using the Toaster (Cinnamon Toast Recipe)

Week Four - Cooking: Cooking with Eggs (Scrambled Egg Recipe)

Week Five - Cooking: Using the Stove

Week Six - Cooking: Learning about Salads

Week Seven - Cooking: Cooking your First Hot Meal

Week Eight - Cooking: Beginning Garnishing

Week Nine - Baking: Introducing the Oven

Week Ten - Baking: Following Directions

Week Eleven - Baking: Beginning Coating

Week Twelve - Baking: Using the Pastry Cutter

Week Thirteen - Baking: Using the Rolling Pin

Week Fourteen - Baking: Intro to Sifting

Week Fifteen - Baking: Baking and Cooking a Meal

 

Table of Contents:

(Each of the following have weekly recipes and tasks to complete.  These are simply the titles.)

 


Home Economics Level One

These questions and more will be answered in Pearable's Home Economics curriculum.  Just as the Bible teaches line upon line and precept upon precept, the same concept is used in teaching our daughters important homemaking skills!  Many parents are training their children in academics but are forgetting that most likely they will also be wives and mothers. This once-a-week, easy-to-follow curriculum makes sure that children will have all the skills they will need when they embark on their own wonderful adventure in homemaking!