This 30 piece family clip art set has 15 unique images in color and line art. While there 15 different images there are actually 37 unique characters.
5 moms (1 bi-racial)
5 dads (1 bi-racial)
1 baby with dog
This is my very first " unit study" This is a unit all about Nutrition. There are 5 full color nutritional tips to share with your class.
Worksheets reinforcing the following skills:
* Number Recognition
* Object Counting
* Letter Recognition
Spice up your classroom with eye-catching borders! This file contains 5 different COOKING themed bulletin board borders. The set will help you set a cohesive theme to your classroom whether it is for the year or for a thematic unit. These borders
Frustrated with you students because they use liquid measuring cups to measure flour?
This Measuring Equipment Bulletin Board Kit will help teach your students which measuring tools to use for certain ingredients. The information contains photos of
This lesson will help students understand the difference between healthy and non-healthy foods. Nibbling Nick is a lovable monster character that loves to nibble or eat just about anything but he doesn't always know which foods are healthy and which
The Behavior Buddies are 12 classroom characters that represent ten of the most annoying behaviors teachers of young children deal with: yelling, tattling, interrupting, whining, asking unnecessary questions, cutting inappropriately (hair, clothing,
Tell the world: Family & Consumer Sciences is LOADS of Fun! Starting with the bulletin board in the hallway at school or in your classroom!
Advertise what FACS (or FCS) is all about with this super cute and attention grabbing bulletin
Need a bulletin board to advertise and/or organize information about FCCLA for your chapter?
This bulletin board will inform everyone about the purpose, mission statement, creed, programs and leaders of FCCLA. Also includes fun facts about FCCLA. 3
Easily create a banner that says any word, phrase or name you wish. Great for foreign language classrooms or birthday banners.
Using my template, you can create a custom banner that says ANYTHING and comes in any color or pattern you can imagine.
Based on the stickers you see on the back windows of vehicles, this is a fun way to teach your students the different Types of Families that make up our world.
Some family types include:
This set of Unit Titles are for high school Family and Consumer Science or for Human Services in middle school. This set contains 6 units and blank cards for vocabulary words for each unit. This can be used with a Word Wall or Vocabulary Chart.
This poster is a great reminder of what to do when we get in sticky situations! Great for all classrooms!
This product is also a part of an AWESOME Family Studies Activities bundle - Check it out HERE!
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Seven slide PowerPoint that corresponds to my Kids in the Kitchen lesson plan. Can also be used to introduce any lesson about integrating reading, science, and math into a cooking lesson.
Good for Child Development, Home Economics, Family and
Word Art for middle-level vocabulary words and lab process skills perfect for any classroom Word Wall. Vocabulary words illustrated include: accuracy, efficiency, proficient, separate, predict, and simultaneously.
Food Clip Art includes these items in black line clip art and at least one color clip for each image. Each realistic image is in .PNG format at 300 DPI.
Acorn, Apple green yellow red, Bananas, Beet, Blackberries, Blueberries, Cabbage, Cake,
"A Healthy Relationship never requires you to sacrifice your friends, your dreams, or your dignity."
A great poster for middle or high school to post as a reminder/lesson of what a healthy relationship is. Print and post, project it to use as a
Print this template on 8.5 x 13 manilla colored paper. Let your kids 'shop' in the newspaper ads for things that they want and need. When they are done you can have them cut out the bags leaving them connected in the middle. It makes a cute bulletin
Print out each letter spelling "HOME ECONOMICS" and display either in your classroom hanging from the ceiling or display on your walls or bulletin boards. This catchy, colourful and bright title will catch the eyes of all students, parents and
This poster is an easy to understand guide for a table place setting A good tool for teaching meal time 'helping at home' skills.
11 in. x 17 in. poster
Find over 330 learning activities at the
Health EDventure store.
Family Focus and Consumer Focus Modules
Each module has a page with the objectives and colorful picture.
Hang in your FACS room throughout the units!
Module 1: Understand interpersonal relationships.
Module 2: Understand personal
These vibrant letters will add pizzaz to your nutrition or other food related bulletin board display. All 26 alphabet letters are included in an uppercase font. Letters are approximately 6 inches tall.
This bulletin board will aid in teaching your students about the sewing equipment they use as they sew. Includes pictures, names and what the item is used for.
Simply print the 18 pages (cardstock is recommended)- the first page is just
Print out each letter spelling "FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES" and display either in your classroom hanging from the ceiling or display on your walls or bulletin boards. This catchy, colourful and bright title will catch the eyes of all students,
How does Home Ec connect to other core subjects? The skills taught within home economics overlap with other subjects such as math, social studies, science, PE, drama and language arts.
These wordles are the product of many class discussions with
Kids needs as many reminders as you can give to WASH YOUR HANDS! This bulletin board will aid in teaching your students how to properly wash, why, when and so much more!
After purchasing you will download a zip file. The zip file contains a
This is a fun project that my upper-level Culinary Arts students really enjoy. I think it could be used in other subject areas as well such as Environmental Studies, Gifted, Art and Agriculture.
Students are asked to review supporting materials
This is one of the many fun ways to post standards in your classroom. Print them and then run them through the poster maker on bright colored paper. Laminate and cut then you have a fun and colorful set of standards displayed on your wall that
Have students self-evaluate their time in your class by showcasing what they have learned. I use these mini posters for my 7th-grade sewing class; however, I could easily use it with my cooking classes as well. I take a picture of them either
Family tree project to use in Spanish classes (or any classes). I use it in my first level of Spanish and have provided an example of a popular family and their line. The kids can make up their family members if uncomfortable with theirs and add
Cute little matching pineapples adorn posters with the following sayings:
-Be kind and be truthful and your life will be fruitful.
-Stand tall, wear a crown, be sweet on the inside.
-Every day is a good day.
- A pineapple a day keeps the worries
This is Level 1 of the "Real World Practice: Grocery Shopping" series. It contains a simple social story, visual task cards, ordered checklist, flashcards, sequencing, and matching activities all designed for those learners who are just starting
This is a great project for students to complete at home with their families! Students will talk about the members of their family and record the names of their family members on each of the apples (for children with larger families, make extra
This file includes items you will need to create the board pictured. This board focuses on careers in the 8 career pathways: Health Science, Agriculture, Family & Consumer Science, Technology & Engineering, Information Technology, Business,
When students are learning food safety, they are often unfamiliar with the new context of words they already know. For example, a cooler in a restaurant is not the red plastic tote that keeps drinks cool; rather, it is the walk-in refrigerator.
This is a topic that involves our well being, and the science of agriculture. How is food modified, and which ones? What are the risks and benefits of modifying food? Have a great year of learning. Hang up the findings on a science bulletin board.