Susan Quiroz is a 25+ year veteran home economist (Homemaker) with extensive experience in the areas of child care, sewing, baking, cooking, cleaning, organizing, decorating, showing hospitality and more. She is very excited to pass on some of these skills to the next generation of young ladies who are interested in learning some of the forgotten arts of homemaking. Young men are also welcome to learn these essential life skills!
This 30 week course in home economics is for homeschool students in 9th-12th grade and counts as one high school elective credit. The aim of this course is to equip high school students with some of the basic and practical skills they will use in their everyday lives as adults. There are six units of study: needlecraft (including sewing, knitting and crocheting,) cleaning, clothing care, cooking, baking, and home décor. Each class will include hands-on, skill-based learning and homework that involves practicing those skills learned during class time.
This course is equivalent to 1 high school elective credit.
What The Student Will Provide:
Students provide materials to work on personal projects.
This class does not use a textbook.
Students will be provided with handouts, which they will keep in a binder.