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Lessons in Responsibility for Girls Level 1 (Ages 6 & up)Pearables / 2002 / Trade Paperback$14.19 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 3 Reviews
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Introduce your children to the basics of homemaking: cooking, baking, cleaning, and organizing! This level 1 book goes step by step through peeling vegetables, making a salad, vacuuming, dusting, beginning stitches, organizing drawers, organizing a bookshelf, and other basic skills. Sweet illustrations accompany each topic, and provide a visual guide to some of the multi-step instructions. A short review (with referenced page numbers) completes this level. Ages 6-7. 128 pages, softcover.
Lessons in Responsibility for Girls: Home Economics for Home Schoolers, Level 2 (Ages 8 and Up)Pearables / 2002 / Trade Paperback$14.19 Retail:3 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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Train up your young ladies to have a high level of responsibility that will serve them well throughout their lives! Lessons in Responsibility for Girls features simple, once-a-week lessons on basic homemaking skills such as nutrition, baking, sewing, cooking with meat, soup, cleanliness, hospitality and other "gentle arts." Each week features charming illustrations, a Bible verse, large-font reading on the topic, and exercises or tasks that help girls learn hands-on home economics skills such as sifting flour, reading measurements, and making many different recipes! 128 pages, softcover. Level 2, Ages 8 & up.
Also known as "Home Economics for Homeschoolers Part 2".
Lessons in Responsibility for Girls, Level 3 (Ages 10 and Up)Anne WhitePearables / Trade Paperback$14.19 Retail:
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Scriptural encouragement is given for girls to learn simple tasks such as steaming or stir-frying vegetables, sewing straight lines, ironing, cleaning a bathroom & kitchen, and more. Recipes and practical tips are provided for nutrition, cooking, baking, ironing & sewing, cleaning, and hospitality. 127 pages, softcover.
Previously published as "Home Economics for Home Schoolers"
Lessons in Responsibility for Boys, Level 1 (Ages 6 and Up)Pearables / 2006 / Trade Paperback$14.19 Retail:3 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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A keen sense of responsibility is a life-long trait that's appreciated by many others! Intended to be used once a week, young gentlemen are taught foremost to love the Lord their God with all their hearts, souls, mind and strength, and to be responsible to God before all. Dealing with topics such as family, cleanliness, video games, money, grooming, chores, friends, making a bed, and other important childhood topics, each week features an illustration, Bible verse, thematic lesson in large-print font, and a task to be completed and reviewed with parental oversight. Lessons are broken down so as to not be overwhelming, and provide a chance for young boys to think about each element of godly responsibility. 144 pages, softcover. Ages 6-8, Level 1.
Lessons in Responsibility for Boys, Level 2 (Ages 8 and Up)Pearables / 2007 / Trade Paperback$14.19 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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Responsibility is a life-long trait that's even more appreciated as children grow older! A continuation of Pearables' Lessons in Responsibility Level 1, this course is also intended to be used once a week.
Encouraging boys to love the Lord their God with all their hearts, souls, mind and strength, and to be responsible to God before all else, is the main goal of The Christian Gentleman's Series. Giving increased responsibility as they age, topics covered include being considerate, letting their light shine for Christ, how to really listen, choosing clothes, being modest, being a hard worker, how to rake, and other topics. Each week features an illustration, Bible verse, thematic lesson in large-print font, and a task to be completed and reviewed with parental oversight. Lessons are broken down so as to not be overwhelming, and provide a chance for young boys to think about each element of godly responsibility. 128 pages, softcover. Ages 8-10, Level 2.
Old-fashioned illustrations and advice will train young boys up with the values and morals of older eras. Molding boys of today into the men of tomorrow, chapters are followed by workbook exercises designed to help boys reflect upon and apply the principles they've learned. Chivalry, the idea of true manhood, fearlessness in the cause of truth, being a girls' protector, shunning indecent girls, living a pure life, "ideal boyhood" in the family, manners, reading, writing, character traits, choosing a vocation, and other topics are covered. 211 pages, softcover.
Pearables Character Building Kingdom Stories, Volume 3Pearables / Trade Paperback$14.99 Retail:
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A set of simple allegories with a combination of old-fashioned and line-drawn illustrations, Pearables, Vol. 3 features 8 stories for young children that preach against procrastination, blaming others, trusting in riches, and other areas of spiritual character. Large font and uncomplicated vocabulary make the parables accessible for any age, while the direct connection between the King and His Kingdom make all allegories easy to comprehend. 126 pages, softcover.
The Narrow Way: Character Curriculum and Family Bible DevotionalPearables / 1999 / Trade Paperback$24.99 Retail:
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Teach your child godly character with this comprehensive resource. The curriculum is broken into 8 units covering such major character categories as: faith, virtue, knowledge, temperance, godliness, brotherly kindness, and charity. Each unit has between 9 to 25 lessons covering character qualities under that category, a total of over 140 lessons covering 50 different character qualities. The lessons call for parent-child interaction and include many Scripture references to be read by the parent or child (King James Version is used throughout).