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.
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.
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 →
Life Skills covers a broad range of subjects, with chapters on home economics, at the office, at play, technical topics, and social issues. It is a light-hearted and funny guide that is not your usual "self-help" book. Rather, it is a unique collection and simple guide to the many skills it takes people a lifetime to learn and perfect. A quick and easy read, Life Skills will certainly teach readers many new things and supply them with plenty of conversation points for their next party.