Excerpt from Household Science and Arts for Elementary Schools
All directions within these covers are expressed in simple language. This fact makes the book easily understood by young students, and saves time and thought for young housekeepers.
In the outline of preliminary lessons, teachers may find a suggested order of making girls acquainted with the kitchen and its equipment. This acquaintance should be made very informally, with no attempt to cover in the first lesson more than the general and familiar kitchen furnishings and tools and their place and order. The individual cooking utensils, unfamiliar in name and use, should be taken up just before need of each is felt, so as to avoid confusion of mind arising from trying to learn many new things at once.
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