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Little Keepers At Home book
Preschool - 1st
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Little Keepers At Home book
The Little Keepers at Home handbook makes a great start for your little girls to begin learning practical life-skills. The book has a very simple design so that your girls, ages 4-6, can begin to be little keepers! The handbook includes sections on Godly Girlhood, Basic Skills, Homemaking and Nature. Girls will learn to begin, work on, and finish projects. 82 pages.
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About the Keepers of the Faith Program:
Yes! This is the organization that you have heard so many good things about. Dedicated to providing a system for children to record new home and family skills, with an emphasis on Christian values, Keepers of the Faith undertook the grueling task of setting up "yardsticks" for measuring well over 100 skills. Thankfully, Keepers of the Faith is not just relegated to large groups. Individual families can also benefit from the materials.
Contenders for Boys, Keepers for Girls
Contenders for the Faith
is for your sons ages 6 to 16. It provides guidelines for 89 different skills, each an important component to preparing our sons to be godly men.
Keepers at Home is typically for daughters 6 - 14, but with guidelines for over 100 different skills, some older daughters will continue to find their handbooks quite useful. Because there are no real age limitations, older children are free to participate.
Family Life, Nature, Homemaking, Crafts, Leadership, Sports...
Each handbook is organized according to topic; Family Life, Nature, Homemaking, Crafts, Leadership, Sports and others, with outlines of what Keepers of the Faith has felt were the minimum requirements to master that skill. You, of course, may wish to modify their list by adding to or removing some of the requirements. There are some how-to's included, although for crafts in particular, you will want to augment the handbook; there is just not enough space to teach it all.
Some of the topics for the girls are camping, fire safety, home decorating, organization, sign language and scheduling.
The Contender's manual follows the same format adding additional practical skills, with more scope and complexity for the older boys. Topics include organization, foreign language, fishing and small engine repair.
Follows Traditional Guidelines of Masculine and Feminine Behavior
The skills for each book follow the traditional guidelines of masculine and feminine behavior. We will make no apologies for that, but merely suggest that if you feel your son or daughter should acquire proficiencies not traditionally ascribed to boys or girls, teach them. These handbooks should in no way limit what your children learn, but instead, they will free you up from thinking through the steps of each skill. If you would like to mix and match from both books, you will not be prevented from doing so.
Achievement Pins Available
For children that complete the requirements, top quality pins are available directly from Keepers of the Faith. More information is included with each handbook. Of course, pins are not a necessary requirement to use this program; you can acknowledge your child's achievement in any other fashion. And yes, boys can earn pins from the girl's handbook and visa versa.
An Outstanding Supplement To Any Curriculum
Please note that while many helps are included in each handbook these are not complete how-to books. You may, in some cases, need to find an outside source for teaching some of the subjects. This program is, without question, a valuable addition to your family's curriculum.
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