Lessons in Responsibility for Girls Lvl Two

Lessons in Responsibility for Girls Lvl Two

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ISBN: 9780979244636
Grades: 3-AD

Category Description for Home Economics for Homeschoolers:

This series of books introduces girls to basic domestic skills, with simple activities appropriate to that age level. In each book, a different fictional girl leads them through the task as she learns to complete each activity for her first time also. The books introduce cooking, baking, cleaning, sewing, organizing, and hospitality. Most of these topics hold 3-7 different lessons, and each lesson should be mastered in a week. Your daughter will first attempt to complete the activity under supervision, and then be instructed to practice it a couple more times throughout the week so that she becomes proficient. There are 30 lessons total in each book. Examples of the activities included in the first book include peeling vegetables, making salads, using the oven and rolling pin, using the vacuum, washing dishes, learning to stitch, organizing closets, and being hospitable to guests. Similar but more difficult tasks are given in the older books, such as learning about grains and yeast, cooking with meat and cheese, making soups and casseroles, using the sewing machine, cleaning a room, organizing the school room, and being the host of a party. If you are looking for a gentle way to introduce your daughters to home economics, these books do just that. - Melissa




Primary Subject
Curriculum
Grade Start
3
Grade End
AD
ISBN
9780979244636
Binding
Perfect
Edition
Guide (Pupil"�s)
Language
English
Ages
8+
Audience
Juvenile
Format
Softcover Book
Brand Name
Pearables
Weight
0.7 (lbs.)
Dimensions
11.0" x 8.5" x 0.5"
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For social emotional/daily living skills for special ed. student
Kasey L on Oct 27, 2020
I like this book because it gives moms that extra nudge to teach their daughter a skill that maybe doesn't come up in everyday use.
Vanessa B on Apr 18, 2020
For social emotional/daily living skills for special ed. student
Kasey L on Oct 27, 2020
My daughter has been wanting to learn home economics and I am thankful to find a Godly approach.
Stacy R on Aug 11, 2020
I like this book because it gives moms that extra nudge to teach their daughter a skill that maybe doesn't come up in everyday use.
Vanessa B on Apr 18, 2020
I saw this set at a friends house and just loved the lay out and the hands on experience it offers for our girls to begin learning real life necessities, all the how to's.
Justina M on Aug 14, 2018
good reviews online and wanted something to do one on one with my daughter
Kelly C on Jul 21, 2016
Suggested by Deanne for a nine year old crafty girl. Looks fun and perfect to fill the in between days during summer.
Stephanie S on May 19, 2016
My daughter has been wanting to learn home economics and I am thankful to find a Godly approach.
Stacy R on Aug 11, 2020
I saw this set at a friends house and just loved the lay out and the hands on experience it offers for our girls to begin learning real life necessities, all the how to's.
Justina M on Aug 14, 2018
What is the age range, as in, when would a child be too old for this book?
User on Apr 6, 2017
Lessons in Responsibility for Girls Lvl Two
Lessons in Responsibility for Girls Lvl Two
Lessons in Responsibility for Girls Lvl One
Lessons in Responsibility for Girls Lvl One
Lessons in Responsibility for Girls Lvl Three
Lessons in Responsibility for Girls Lvl Three
BEST ANSWER: It will depend on the child but, as a general rule, I would think by the upper elementary grades (i.e. middle school) it would seem a little young.
Are these books consumable, or can they be used more than once?
User on Apr 6, 2017
Lessons in Responsibility for Girls Lvl Two
Lessons in Responsibility for Girls Lvl Two
Lessons in Responsibility for Girls Lvl One
Lessons in Responsibility for Girls Lvl One
Lessons in Responsibility for Girls Lvl Three
Lessons in Responsibility for Girls Lvl Three
BEST ANSWER: They are not consumable. They are a reading to do together followed by an activity. For example the lesson might be about respecting our things followed by instruction for how to properly put away your toys, a recipe or how to sweep.
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Many times as homeschooling moms we assume that our girls will pick up home economics skills by osmosis Sometimes that is true but many times as mothers we end up so busy that it is easier to do it ourselves than to teach our kids to do things These cute books from Pearables give a parent an outline to help them teach their kids basic home economics skills Personally I am guilty of expecting too little of my kids Each level of this book outlines the tasks a child of that age should be able to accomplish Level one starts at age 6 A six year old is capable of far more than most of us realize but it does take time to teach that child a skill This series recommends that a parent set aside one hour a week to teach their kids how to do these basic tasksEverything is covered here Home organization nutrition cooking baking sewing cutting patterns and hospitality are taught even to the youngest students If your child needs to repeat the book I am sure they would enjoy the projects a second time as well The books are well written with clear instructions simple directions diagrams and cute illustrations The books also tell kids the prep steps they need to do to make sure the project goes smoothly For instance before each cooking project a box reminds kids to put on an apron tie back their hair wash their hands and check for all the ingredientsIt is a shame that so many kids get to college without the first clue as to how to do basic food prep sew simple items and stay organized By using these books a parent will ensure that their child will not be one of those kids
October 28, 2010


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