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 Three

Available August 1

Ages 10 and Up

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Home Economics Volume Three

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!

Can an overweight person be malnourished?
  • How do you tell if veggies in the store are fresh?

When you run out of milk, what can you substitute?

  • How can you make rich food, low or non-fat?

How do you read a sewing pattern?

  • What are some safe, home-made cleansers?
Week Sixteen - Baking: Letís Shape Up!

Week Seventeen - Baking: Making Energy Bars

Week Eighteen - Ironing: How to Iron a Shirt

Week Nineteen - Sewing: Perfect Edges

Week Twenty - Sewing: Your Very First Skirt

Week Twenty-One - Sewing: How to Read Your Pattern

Week Twenty-Two - Sewing: Laying Out Your Pattern

Week Twenty-Three - Sewing: Sewing Safety

Week Twenty-Four - Cleaning: How to Clean the Bathroom

Week Twenty-Five - Cleaning: How to Clean the Kitchen

Week Twenty-Six - Cleaning: Homemade Cleaning Solutions

Week Twenty-Seven - Organizing: Organizing the Kitchen

Week Twenty-Eight - Hospitality: What to Do When you have Surprise Company

Week Twenty-Nine - Hospitality: Hosting a Celebration for Others

Week Thirty - Level Review



Week One - Nutrition

Week Two - Nutrition: Why Overweight?

Week Three - Nutrition: Why Underweight?

Week Four - Cooking: Choosing Healthy Vegetables

Week Five - Cooking: How to Pick Fruit

Week Six - Cooking: Learning to Steam Veggies

Week Seven - Cooking: What is Sauteing?

Week Eight - Cooking: Healthy Stir-Frying.

Week Nine - Cooking: Healthy Substitutions

Week Ten - Cooking: Making Healthy Desserts

Week Eleven - Baking: How to Choose Snacks

Week Twelve - Baking: Homemade Breakfast

Week Thirteen - Baking: Perfecting Sweet Breads

Week Fourteen - Baking: What About Bread?

Week Fifteen - Baking: Thereís More to Dough!


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.


Table of Contents:

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