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Home economics can be a fun and important part of educating your children. This guide leads you through the steps of creating your own homeschool home economic curriculum, which can be easily personalized to a child's goals, interests and strengths. We'll help you set your goals, and develop classes and lessons to teach your children fundamental skills.


Life is {Sew} Daily: 31 Days of Home Economics - variety of topics

from The Canadian Homeschooler

Teach Your Kids About .... Home Ec

TweetOne subject that has essentially been dropped in the public system is home economics, but as homeschoolers we have the opportunity to incorporate it into our every day. Here are some great resources to check out: Home Economics & Life … Continue reading →


Home Economics Worksheet - Free Printable Worksheets

from Free Homeschool Deals ©

Homeschooling for Free and Frugal: Teaching Home Economics for Free

teaching home economics ~ lots of links with ideas for home ec for both boys and girls and different ages.


Neo crocheted rubber bowls from The Minimalist Store


mestudyblr:16.02.15Finished planning and writing a practice history essay. I was going to go to the library now but I’m not feeling too good at the moment so I’m going to complete everything at home instead with a warm mug of green tea :) Need to finish off my economics holiday homework and chapter 3 of microeconomics before heading to the gym - t’is a long day today.

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Primary School needlework. Sewing classes for girls - these pieces of material were used to teach basic and some fancy embroidery stitching. We proudly took them home and presented them to our parents and grand-parents who would display them on sideboards and dressing tables.


Girls in Home Economics class, 1950s. We had these in the 60's, too.

from Adventures in Learning

Home Economics Sequencing . Activities for Kids: Adventures In Learning . PBS Parents

These Home Economics Sequencing cards can be used in fun game to help kids understand the order of some of life's most basic tasks like frying an egg, doing the dishes, doing the laundry.