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Eric.ed.gov – Science and Math Activities and Resources for Teaching Home Economics (S.M.A.R.T.).

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This guide was written to aid home economics teachers in developing a greater understanding and use of basic skills in the home economics curriculum. The objectives of this guide are (1) to expand the awareness of underlying mathematics and science principles in the consumer and vocational home economics curriculum and (2) to provide a bank of resources to give teachers a practical and useful base from which to launch their own basic skills instruction. The curriculum guide, structured around the Montana Scope and Sequence, is divided into the curriculum areas of child development, family life, clothing and textiles, foods and nutrition, consumer education, and housing and home furnishings. Objectives and page numbers corresponding to the Scope and Sequence are noted on the top of each page. Science and mathematics concepts, competencies, learning activities, and instructional resources are numbered under each objective. (KC)

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