Family & Consumer Science Education
Growing Up Ready starts by teaching students the kinds of life skills they'll need for the rest of their lives. We call Growing Up Ready "the sciences for life and living."
What makes Growing Up Ready an effective learning system?
It starts with great content... Each of the 16 Integrated Instructional Units (IIUs) reinforces core academic skills while exposing students to current career opportunities. Throughout the learning system, students will incorporate technology while gaining knowledge and skills they need to be successfull at home, in school and at work. The IIUs include content to help students learn to cope with social issues, overcome obstacles, and gain valuable life skills.
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16 10-day Integrated Instructional Units
Students explore how fashion trends develop and the best ways to both manufacture and market apparel products.
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Banking & Credit Services
Students discover the importance of personal financial responsibility and goal setting.
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Students gain an insight into caring for children and child development.
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Students distinguish between consumer rights and responsibilities, and gain a better understanding of the governmental laws and agencies designed to protect consumers.
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Students develop the skills to perform basic home maintenance, repairs, and safety.
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Family & Friends
Students explore the benefits of developing healthy relationships and how to
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Fashion & Textiles
Students explore clothing choices and analyze how clothing communicates and satisfies certain physical, psychological, and social needs.
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Food Science & Nutrition
Students analyze food labels and use the scientific method to determine the benefits and disadvantages of food technology.
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The Global Family
Students explore various family structures and learn to develop stronger
communication with family members.
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Students research, evaluate, and recommend a destination and budget for a vacation.
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Hospitality & Tourism
Students study hospitality skills, customer relations and the various aspects involved in planning special events.
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Students demonstrate the basic concepts of interior design to change the look and feel of a space.
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Math in the Kitchen
Students gain hands-on experience with fractions, measurement, and transactions in the kitchen and food service industry.
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Nutrition & Wellness
Students gain an understanding of how diet and exercise influence risk factors for conditions such as childhood obesity and diabetes.
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Students examine the many complexities of parenting and the seriousness of the responsibility.
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Science in the Kitchen
Students demonstrate the application of applied science in cooking and food preparation.
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