Character Resources

Books Good Ideas to Help Young People Develop Good Character: Ways to Teach the Six Pillars of Character The six pillars of character discussed in this book are Trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship. Articles Teaching Millennials More Effectively…

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Clothing & Fashion Design PowerPoints, Worksheets & Links

Lesson Plans Short Pants Pattern & Tutorial Want to Teach Ethical Fashion to Kids, Here’s How Links Sewing Machine Parts Online Quiz 4-H Curriculum License 2 Drive¬†(PDF) – sewing on the lines Puppet Party(PDF) – sewing a puppet

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Interior Design PowerPoints, Worksheets & Links

Lesson Plans Color wheel mobile¬†(PDF) Edible Color Wheel Lesson Elements and Principles of Design Worksheets Color Theory (PDF) Color Wheel (Word) Elements and Principals of Art (TPT) Daylight Design & Technique Worksheet (PDF) Powerpoints Elements and Principles of Design (PPT)…

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Child Development PowerPoints, Worksheets & Links

Lesson Plans Homemade Vs. Store Baby Food Technology & Toddlers Diaper Cost Analysis What do Babies Think? Bedtime Fears Feeding Picky Eaters Multiple Intelligences Child Development Theorists Puppet Show PowerPoint Attachments (PPT) Worksheets & Handouts Birth Defects Blank Chart (Word)…

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Teacher of the Month: Karen Conklin

Karen Conklin has been a Family and Consumer Science teacher for 19 years and she is currently teaching middle school in central Connecticut. I had the distinct privileged of interviewing her while she was attending the Twist Craft Fair–a craft show she says is “inspiring, a place to get ideas, and keep up on the latest trends.”

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Introduction to Vegetables

Vegetables, is one of those topics that is just lacking luster nevertheless, I start my second year culinary students off with the vegetable unit-but in an exciting way that I like to call the “be brave taste test!” In this introductory lesson, students get to taste ten different vegetables prepared a variety of ways, as well as learn how vegetables are classified.

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