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Publication Date: August, 1966
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THE STATE DEPARTMENT
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State Superintendent
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BULLETIN. ..75F-6


AUGUST, 1966










TEACHING

AIDS

FOR HOME

ECONOMICS...


















UNIVERSITY
OF FLORIDA
LIBRARIES














FOREWORD


An extensive survey of resources available to home economics teachers
preceded the publishing of Teaching Aids for Home Economics--A Source
List. This endeavor was stimulated by a critical need as identified
by home economics educators, coupled with an effort to spend as wisely
as possible Federal funds allocated for strengthening and enriching the
educational program in Florida.

This bulletin was developed under the leadership of Miss Katie Barrineau,
Supervisor of Home Economics in Escambia County, assisted by Mrs. Laurie
Thrash, home economics teacher at Woodham Senior High School, who revised
and edited the materials for state-wide distribution, and Miss Virginia
Leslie, Area Supervisor, Home Economics Section, State Department of
Education, Tallahassee, who served as a consultant throughout the develop-
ment of the bulletin.

Intensive effort was made by the county supervisor and home economics
teachers in Escambia County to preview, evaluate, and recommend the
extensive selection of resource materials, excepting only widely adver-
tised free commercial aids. County Supervisors of home economics edu-
cation throughout the state were given the opportunity to contribute
to the bibliography and grateful acknowledgement is made to those who
reported their findings. Most of the materials listed in this biblio-
graphy have been developed since 1960.

In that textbooks are adopted periodically by the State Department of
Education, teachers are urged to evaluate these as they use them. For
convenience, a listing of currently adopted home economics textbooks
is included in this source guide.

STeachers who use this guide are urged to share further evaluation with
other teachers and the State Department of Education so as to facilitate
better the use of Federal, state, and local funds in upgrading and en-
riching the home economics program in the State of Florida.

Carl W. Proehl, Director of Vocational, Technical and Adult Education

Frances Champion, State Supervisor, Home Economics Education







INDEX


BOOKS----------------------------------------------------------------- 1
Careers
Child Development
Clothing and Textiles
Food and Nutrition
Housing and Home Furnishings
Management and Finance
Professional
Relationships

BOOKLETS, BULLETINS AND PAMPHLETS--------------------------------------10
Child Development
Clothing and Textiles
Housing and Home Furnishings
Management and Finance
Relationships

FILMS---------------------------------------------------------------13
Child Development
Clothing and Textiles
Food and Nutrition
Housing and Home Furnishings
Management and Finance
Relationships

FILMSTRIPS AND SLIDES--------------------------------------------------18
Child Development
Clothing and Textiles
Food and Nutrition
Housing and Home Furnishings
Management and Family Economics
Relationships
Miscellaneous

PHONOTAPES-------------------------------------------------------------25
Child Development
Housing and Home Furnishings
Management and Finance
Relationships

SOCIO-GUIDRAMAS--------------------------------------------------------29

TRANSPARENCIES-------------------------------------------------------30

MISCELLANEOUS TEACHING AIDS--------------------------------------------31

ADDRESSES--------------------------------------------------------------32
Books
Bulletins, Pamphlets and Other Teaching Aids
Films and Filmstrips

FIRMS PRODUCING FILMS AND FILMSTRIPS-----------------------------------34

STATE ADOPTED TEXTBOOKS----------------------------------------------36
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BOOKS


Careers

American Dietetics Association. Your Future as a Dietition. New York:
Richards Rosen Press, Inc., 1964. $3.20.

Cooper, Joseph D. A Woman's Guide to Part-time Jobs. Garden City, New York:
Doubleday and Co., 1963. $1.25.

Gatley, Olive P. Your Future in the Fashion World. New York: Richards
Rosen Press, Inc., 1960. $3.20.

Greer, Michael. Your Future in Interior Design. New York: Richards Rosen
Press, Inc., 1963. $3.20.

Paris, Jeanne. Your Future as a Home Economist. New York: Richards Rosen
Press, Inc., 1964. $3.36.

Scott, George. Your Future in Retailing. New York: Richards Rosen Press,
Inc., 1961. $3.20.

Tate, Mildred. Home Economics as a Profession. New York: McGraw-Hill Book
Co., 1961. $5.95.


Child Development

Aldrich, C. Anderson and Mary M. Babies Are Human Beings: An Interpretation of
Growth. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1962. $2.95.

Bernhardt, Karl. Discipline and Child Guidance. McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1964.
$6.95.

Breckenridge, Marian and Murphy, Margaret. Growth and Development of the Young
Child. 7th edition. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders Co., 1963. $6.75.

Brisbane, Holly E. The Developing Child. Peoria, Ill.: Charles A. Bennett
Co., 1965. $4.95.

Burnett, Dorothy K. Your Preschool Child. Chicago: Holt, Rinehart, and
Winston Co., 1961. $4.95.

Christianson, H., Rogers, N. and Ludlum, B. The Nursery School: Adventures
in Living and Learning. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1961. $5.25.

Clark, K. B. Prejudice and Your Child. 2nd edition. Magnolia, Mass.: Peter
Smith, Publisher, 1963. $3.75. (or paperback edition for $1.75 from
Beacon Press)




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Dow, Emily R. Toys, Toddlers and Tantrums. New York: M. Barrows and Co., 1962.
$3.95.

Fleck, Henrietta, and others. Living With Your Family. Englewood Cliffs,
New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1965o $6.2b.

Freehill, Maurice F. Gifted Children. New York: Macmillan Co., 1961. $6.50.

Gardner, Bruce D. Development in Early Childhood: The Preschool Years. New York:
Harper and Row, 1964, $*5.2'.

Gordon, Ira J. Human Development: From Birth Through Adolescence. New York:
Harper and Row, 1962. $5.75.

*Gruenberg, S. M. (edo). Encyclopedia of Child Care and Guidance. New York:
Doubleday and Co., 1963. $7.50.

*Hammond, Sarah L., and others. Good Schools for Young Children. New York:
The Macmillan Co., 1963. $6.50,

*Hurlock, Elizabeth B. Child Development. 4th edition. New York: McGraw-Hill
Book Co., 1964o $7.95.

Mead, Margaret and Heyman, Ken. Family. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1965.
$15.00.

Mussen, Paul Henry, and others, Readings in Child Development and Personality.
New York: Harper and Row, 1965. $4.95.

Nimkoff, Meyer F. (ed.). Comparative Family Systems. New York: Houghton Co.,
1965. $5.95.

O'Connor, Grace. Helping Your Children. Austin, Texas: Steck-Vaughn Co., 1966.
$1.24. (For slow learners)

Read, Katherine. The Nursery School. 3rd edition. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders
Co., 1960. $4.25.

Riehl, Carmella Louise. Family Nursing and Child Care. Peoria, Ill.: Charles
A. Bennett Co., 1961. $3.66.

Rossman, Isadore. The Family Handbook of Home Nursing and Medical Care.
New York: Doubleday and Co., 1961. $1.45.

Ruslink, Doris. Family Health and Home Nursing. New York: The Macmillan Co.,
1962. $5.95.

Smart, Mollie S. Living and Learning with Children. New York: Houghton
Mifflin Co., 1961. $h.56.

*Stendler, Celia B. (edo). Readings in Child Behavior and Development. 2nd
edition. New York: Harcourt, Brace and World, 1964. $4.95.

*Strang, Ruth. Introduction to Child Study. 4th edition. New York: The
Macmillan Co., 1959. $6.95.

*Teacher's Reference





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Todd, Vivian and Heffernan, Helen. The Years Before School. New York: The
Macmillan Co., 1964. $7.50.

Whiting, Beatrice B. (ed.). Six Cultures: Studies of Child Rearing. New York:
John Wiley and Sons, 1963. $12.50.



Clothing and Textiles

*American Fabrics Magazine. Encyclopedia of Textiles. Englewood Cliffs, N. J.:
Prentice-Hall, 1960. $39.50.

American Home Economics Association. Textile Handbook. Washington, D. C.: The
American Home Economics Association, 1961. $1.25.

Bancroft, Vivian. It's So, Sew Easy. Minneapolis: Burgess Publishing Co., 1962.
$3.00.

Beck, D. M. Custom Tailoring for Homemakers. Peoria, Ill.: Charles A. Bennett
Co., 1964. $5.20.

Bishop, Edna and Arch, Marjorie. The Bishop Method of Clothing Construction.
J. B. Lippincott Co., 1966. $2.95.

Butman, Grace. New Fabrics, New Clothes, and You. Austin, Texas: Steck-Vaughn
Co., 1966. $1.24. (For the slow learner)

Chambers, Helen and Moulton, Verna. Clothing Selection. New York: J. B.
Lippincott Co., 1961. $7.50.

Denny, Grace. Fabrics. 8th edition. New York: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1962.
$4.5o.

Erwin, Mabel and Kinchen, Lila. Clothing for Moderns. 3rd edition. New York:
The Macmillan Co., 1965. $6.95. (For senior high students)

Hanson, Margaret. The Care We Give Our Clothes. Austin, Texas: Steck-Vaughn
Co., 1966. $1.24. (For the slow learner)

Hollen, Norma and Sadler, Jane. Textiles. 2nd edition. New York: The
Macmillan Co., 1963. $6.95.

Lester, Katherine. Historic Costume. Peoria, Ill.: Charles A. Bennett Co., 1961.
$3.30.

Lester, Katherine and Oerke, Bess. Accessories of Dress. Peoria, Ill.:
Charles A. Bennett Co., 1960. $12.00.

Lewis, Dora, and others. Clothing Construction and Wardrobe Planning. New York:
The Macmillan Co., 1960. $5.20.

Linton, George E. The Modern Textile Dictionary. New York: Meredith Press,
1963. $18.50.
Logan, William B. and Moon, Helen M. Facts About Merchandise. Englewood Cliffs,
N. J.: Prentice-Hall, 1962. $6.24.
*Teacher's Reference




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McJimsey, Harriet T, Art in Clothing Selection. New York: Harper and Row,
1963o $5.75.

Nicholas, Florence Williams, and others. Art for Young America. Peoria, Ill.:
Charles A. Bennett Co., 1962. 3o?72.

Oerke, Bess. Dress. Peoria, Illo: Charles A. Bennett Co., 1960. $5.40.

Payne, Blanche. History of Costume: From the Ancient Egyptians to the Twentieth
Century. New York: Harper and Row, 1965. $12.50.

Pollard, L. Belle. Experiences With Clothing. Boston: Ginn and Co., 1961.
$5.80.

Ryan, Mary Shaw, Clothing: A Study in Human Behavior. New York: Holt,
Rinehart and Winston, 1965o $h.75.

Spears, Charleszine. How to Wear Colors--With Emphasis on Dark Skin. Minneapolis:
Burgess Publishing Co., 1965. $2,00.

Stout, Evelyn. Introduction to Textiles. 2nd edition. New York: John Wiley
and Sons, 1965. V7.50.

Tate, Mildred T. and Glisson, Oris, Family Clothing. New York: John Wiley and
Sons, 1961. $8,75.

Todd, Roberts. Clothes for Teens, Boston: D. C. Heath and Co., 1963. $5.40.
*Wingate, Isabel B. Textiles, Fabrics and Their Selection. Englewood Cliffs,
N. J.: Prentice-Hall, 1964. $9.00.

Young, Dot. Dot Young's Sewing Book. (grades 4-7) New York: J. B. Lippincott
Co., 1964. $3.95s



Food and Nutrition

Batjer, Margaret and Atwater, Mimi, Meals for the Modern Family. New York:
John Wiley and Sons, 1961. $4.95.

Bogert, L. Jean. Nutrition and Physical Fitness. 7th edition. W. B. Saunders
Co., 1960. $o5T0.

Cronan, Marion and Atwood, June C. Foods in Homemaking. Peoria Ill.: Charles
A. Bennett, Co., 1965o 4o95o

Davis, Barbara. Learning Science Through Cooking. New York: Sterling
Publishing Co., 1964. $2.99,

Duffie, Mary Ann. So, You Are Ready to Cook, Minneapolis: Burgess Publishing
Co., 1964, $4.35.

Fitzsimmons, Cleo. Consumer Buying for Better Living. New York: John Wiley
and Sons, 1961. $9.95.

*Teacher's Reference





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Goodhart, Robert. The Teenager's Guide to Diet and Health. Englewood Cliffs,
N. J.: Prentice-Hall, 1964. $3.95.

Harris, Florence and Withers, Rex Todd. Your Foods Book. Boston: D. C. Heath
and Co., 1964. $5.96.

Haupt, Enid A. The Seventeen Book of Etiquette and Entertaining. New York:
David McKay Co., 1963. $6.95.

Kinder, Faye. Meal Management. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1962. $7.25.

Leverton, Ruth M. Food Becomes You. Ames, Iowa: Iowa State University Press,
1961. $3.50.

McDermott, Irene E., and others. Food for Better Living. New'York: J4 B.
Lippincott Co., 1960. .5.80.

McLean, Beth Bailey. Meal Planning and Service. Peoria, Ill.: Charles A.
Bennett Co., 1964. $3.60.

Martin, Ethel Austin. Nutrition Education in Action: Guide for Teachers. New-
York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1963. $5.95.

Mickelsen, Olaf. Nutrition, Science and You. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co.,
1964. $2.63. (or paperback edition for $.50 from Scholastic Magazine, Inc.)

Peet, Louise J. Young Homemakers' Equipment Guide. 2nd edition. Ames, Iowa:
Iowa State University Press, 1962, 83.50.

Robinson, Corinne H. Basic Nutrition and Diet Therapy. New York: The Macmillan
Co., 1965. $3.50.

Shank, D. E., and others. Guide to Modern Meals. Webster Division of McGraw-Hill
Book Co., 1964. $6.96.

Vanderbilt, Amy. Amy Vanderbilt's New Complete Book of Etiquette. Garden City,
New York: Doubleday and Co., 1963. $5.50.

White, Ruth B. You and Your Food. 2nd edition. Englewood Cliffs, N. J.:
Prentice-Hall, 1965. $6.00.

Wilson, Eva, and others. Principles of Nutrition. New York: John Wiley and
Sons, 1960. $5.95.

Wright, Carlton E. Food Buying: Marketing Information for Consumers. New
York: The Macmillan Company, 1962. $6.75.



Housing and Home Furnishings

Agan, Tessie and Luchsinger, Elaine. The House: Principles/Resources/Dynamics.
New York: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1964. $5.95.

Arnold, Pauline and White, Percival. Homes, America's Building Business. New
York: Holiday House, 1960. $4.50.




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Austin, Ruth E. and Farvis, Jeanette 0. Furnishing Your Home. Atlanta, Georgia:
Houghton Mifflin Co., 1961. $5.00.

Ball, Victoria K. The Art of Interior Design. New York: The Macmillan Co.,
1960, .8.95,

Beitler, B. C. and Lockhart, E. J. Design for You. New York: John Wiley and
Sons, 1962. $7.9$.

Better Homes and Gardens Decorating Book. Des Moines, Iowa: 'ieredith ublisiing
Co., 1961. $4.45,

Boger, Louise. Complete Guide to Furniture Styles. New York: Charles Scribner's
Sons, 1965. $15.00.

Changing Times Staff. Kiplinger's Family Buying Guide. Englewood Cliffs, N, J.:
Prentice-Hall, 1961. 95.95.

Davidson, R. F., and others. The Humanities in Contemporary Life. New York:
Holt, Rinehart and Winston Co., 1960. V7.50.

Decisions Before the House. Edited by Seymour Guideways, Inc., Champaign,
Illinois, 1963. $7.50.

Faulkner, Ray and Sarah. Inside Today's Home. New York: Holt, Rinehart
and Winston, 1960. $7.95.

Fell's Guide to Buying, Building and Financing Your Home. New York: Frederick
Fell, Inc., 1964. $3.95.

Fitzsimmons, Cleo and White, Nell. Management for You. New York: J. B.
Lippincott Co., 1964. $5.40.

Gottleib, Louis D. Environment and Design in Housing. New York: The Macmillan
Co., 1965. $6.95.

Gross, Irma H. and Crandall, Elizabeth W. Management for Modern Families.
New York: Meredith Publishing Co., 1963. $6.50.

Hoag, Edwin. American Houses: Colonial, Classic, and Contemporary. (grades
7-11) Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1964. $4.95.

Humphreyville, Theresa. Futures for Home Economists. Englewood Cliffs, N. J.:
Prentice-Hall, 1963. $6.95.

Kornfeld, Albert. The Doubleday Book of Interior Decorating. New York:
Doubleday and Co., 1965. $14.95.

Lewis, Dora S., and others. Housing and Home Management. New York: The
Macmillan Co., 1961. $4.62.

Macmillan, Donald D. Great Furniture Styles, 1660-1830. New York: The
Odyssey Press, 1965. $.95.

McCall's Decorating Book. New York: Random House, Inc. $12.95.

Modern Kitchens. Menlo Park, Calif.: Lane Book Co., 1962. $1.95.





7

Moody, E. (ed.). Decorative Art in Modern Interiors. New York: The Viking
Press, 1965. $12.50.

National Geographic Book Service, America's Historylands. Washington, D. C.:
National Geographic Society, 1962. $11.95.

Nicholas, Florence Williams, and others. Art for Young America. Peoria, Ill.:
Charles A. Bennett Co., 1962. $4.72.

Obst, Frances. Art and Design for Home Living. New York: The *Lacmillan Co.,
1963. $8.25.

Perl, Lila. The House You Want. New York: David McKay Co., 1965, $4.95.

Raines, Margaret. Managing Livingtime. Peoria, Ill.: Charles A. Bennett Co.,
1964. $5.00.

Reiff, Florence M. Steps in Home Living. Peoria, Ill.: Charles A. Bennett Co.,
1966. $2.97. (For the slow learner)

Rogers, Kate Ellen. The Modern House, U. S. A. New York: Harper and Row, 1962.
$6.00.

Scully, Vincent, Jr. Modern Architecture. New York: George Braziller, Inc.,
1961. $2.95.

The Seventeen Book of Decorating. New York: David McKay Co., 1961. $4.95.

Sleeper, Catharine and Harold. The House for You to Build, Buy or Rent. 7th
edition. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1961. $7.95.

Stepat, D. and DeVan, D. S. Introduction to Home Furnishings. New York:
The Macmillan Co., 1964. $7.95.

Van Dommelen, David. Designing and Decorating Interiors. New York: John
Wiley and Sons, 1965. $9.95.

Wallace, Inez and McCullar, Bernice. Building Your Home Life. New York:
J. B. Lippincott Co., 1960. $5.80.

Warner, Esther S. Art: An Everyday Experience. New York: Harper and Row,
1963. $5.90.

Watkins, A, M. Building or Buying the High-Quality House at the Lowest Cost.
Garden City, New York: Doubleday and Co., 1962. $h.95. (paperback: $.95)

Waugh, Alice. Interior Design. Minneapolis: Burgess Publishing Co., 1961.
$2.75.

Wilson, Jose and Leaman, Arthur. Decoration U. S. A. New York: The Macmillan
Co., 1965. $12.95.


Management and Finance

Arnold, Pauline and White, Percival. Money--Make It, Spend It, Save It. (grades
7-10) New York: Holiday House, 1962. $3.95.




8

Beeton, Isabella M. Mrs. Beeton's Cookery and Household Management. New York:
Frederick Warne and Co., 1960. $12.50.

Bigelow, Howard. Family Finance. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1960.
A6.95.

Black, Hillel. Buy Now, Pay Later. New York: William Morrow and Co., 1961.
$3.95.

Donaldson, Elvin F. and Pfahl, John K. Personal Finance. 3rd edition. New York:
The Ronald Press Co., 1961. $7.50.

Gale, Ella. $$$ and Sense. New York: Fleet Publishing Co., 1965. $5.95.

Goodyear, Margaret and Klohr, Mildred. Managing for Effective Living. New York:
John Wiley and Sons, 1965. $7.25.

Gross, Irma and Crandall, Elizabeth W, Management for Modern Families. New
York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1963. $6.50.

Nickell, Paulena and Dorsey, Jean M. Management in Family Living. 3rd edition.
New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1963. A6.95.

Oppenheim, Irene. The Family as Consumers. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1965.
$6.50.

Raines, Margaret. Managing Livingtime. Peoria, Ill.: Charles A. Bennett Co.,
1964. $3.75.

Troelstrup, Arch W. Consumer Problems and Personal Finance. 3rd edition.
New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1965. $8.50.



Professional

Bloom, Benjamin S. (ed.). Taxonomy of Educational Objectives--Handbook I:
Cognitive Domain. New York: David McKay Co., 1956. $1.95.

Bloom, Benjamin S. (ed.). Taxonomy of Educational Objectives--Handbook II:
Affective Domain. New York: David McKay Co., 1964. $2.50.

Brown, Marjorie. Home Learning Experiences. Minneapolis: Burgess Publishing
Co., 1963. $2.00.

Engelhart, Max D. Improving Classroom Testing. Washington, D. C.: National
Education Association, 1964, $.25.

Hall, Olive and Paolucci, Beatrice. Teaching Home Economics. New York:
John Wiley and Sons, 1962. $7.50.

Hatcher, Hazel M. and Andrews, M. E. The Teaching of Home Economics. Atlanta,
Georgia: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1963. $6.75.

Mager, Robert F. Preparing Instructional Objectives. Palo Alto, California:
Fearon Publishers, 1962. $1.75.





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New Ideas for Bulletin Boards. Waco, Texas: Baylor University Book Store. $1.50.

Saunders, Norris. Classroom Questions, What Kinds? New York: Harper and Row,
1966. $.25.


Relationships
Ahern, Nell Giles (ed.). Teenage Livinr. New York: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1960.
$5.50.
Aldrich, C. Anderson and Mary M. Babies are Human Beings. New York: Macmillan
Co., 1962. 95.
Bowman, Henry A. Marriage for Moderns. 5th edition. New York: McGraw-Hill
Book Co., 1960. $6.00.
Crawford, John and Dorathea. Teens! How to Meet Your Problems. New York:
William Morrow Company, 1962. 53.95.
Duvall, Evelyn. Family Development. Philadelphia: J. B. Lipoincott Co., 1962.
$6.95.
Duvall, Evelyn. Family Living. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1961. $4.72.

Duvall, Evelyn. Love and the Facts of Life. New York: Association Press,
1963. $4.957
Duvall, Evelyn and Hill, Reuben. Being Married. Chicago: D. C. Heath and Co.,
1960. $5.00.
Duvall, Evelyn and Hill, Reuben. When You Marry. Chicago: D. C. Heath and Co.,
1962. S5.25.
Goldberg, Dorothy. The Creative Woman. New York: David McKay Co., 1963. $3.95.

Landis, Judson and Mary. Building a Successful Marriage. 4th edition.
Englewood Cliffs, N. J.: Prentice-Hall, 1963. 1T.50.
Lutz, Rowena and Allen, Mabel. What to Do When--Tips on Etiquette for Teenagers.
Danville, Ill.: The Interstate Printers and Publishers, 1963. $.50.
Menninger, William, and others. Blueprint for Teenage Living. New York:
Sterling Publishing Co., 1964. $3.95.
Paxman, Shirley and Monroe. Family Night Fun. Englewood Cliffs, N. J.:
Prentice-Hall, 1960. 13.95.
Reiff, Florence M. Steps in Home Living. Peoria, Ill.: Charles A. Bennett Co.,
1966. $2.97. (For the slow learner)

Rhodes, Kathleen and Samples, Merna. Your Life in the Family. Philadelphia:
J. B. Lippincott Co., 1964. $5.hO.
Roosevelt, Eleanor. Book of Common Sense Etiquette. New York: The Macmillan
Co., 1962. $5.95.

Wallace, Inez and McCullar, Bernice. Building Your Home Life. Philadelphia:
J. B. Lippincott Co., 1966. $5.80.







BOOKLETS, BULLETINS, AND PAMPHLETS


Child Development

American Medical Association:

A Story About You $.30

Facts Aren't Enough t.30

Finding Yourself $.30

The Miracle of Life $.40

Parents' Responsibility $.30

The Wonderful Human Machine $.75

Association for Childhood Education International:

Children and T. V. $.75

Discipline t.75

Early Childhood--Crucial Years for Learning $1.25

Play--Children's Business A.75

Children's Bureau:

Infant Care t.20

Pre-Natal Care $.20

Colorado Association of Future Homemakers of America:

Preschool Guide $2.50

Maternity Center Association:

Briefs A digest-type magazine covering the field of maternity care
in its broadest connotations. Issued monthly except July and August.
$2.00 a year

Public Affairs Committee:

Child Guidance (Packet A 18 booklets assorted titles) $3.50

Science Research Associates, Inc.:

Better Living Booklets $16.50
Growth and Development 2 booklets (cont'd)

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(Better Living Booklets cont'd)
Home and Family Living 6 booklets
Social Growth 8 booklets
Special Problems 4 booklets
The Child and School 6 booklets
Understanding the Child 6 booklets



Clothing and Textiles

J. C. Penney Co., Inc.:

Fabrics $.05

Foundation Garments for Teens $.05

Gloves $o05

Guide to Perfect Shapings $.10

Hosiery $.05

Linings and Underlinings $.10

Men and Boys' Sport Coats $.05

Set of Textile Cartoons $.15

Slips $o05

Sweaters $.05

Swimwear $.05

Understanding Today's Textiles $.10



Housing and Home Furnishings

Better Business Bureau of Boston:

Facts You Should Know About Buying or Building a Home $.15

Kroehler Manufacturing Corporation: $.25 for set of three booklets

Let's Talk About Furniture Quality and Construction

Let's Talk About Furniture Styling

Let's Talk About Upholstery Fabrics

National Association of Furniture Manufacturers:

Care of Furniture Surfaces A.10

Take Care of Your Furniture $.10








J. C. Penney Co., Inc.s

How to Furnish a First Home This teaching aid is designed tu help you
teach young people to think through their basic values and needs for
furnishing a first home. It is divided into three sections: "Think
Through Your Volues," "Think Through Your Needs," and "Gather Ideas." $2.7

How to Make Draperies ;.30

Private Worl1 for Teens A.30

Set of Textile Cir'toonas A.15



Management and Finance

National Educption Association:

Feminine Finance $.S7

Youth and Money 1.75

Superintendent of Documents, U. S. Government Printing Office:

U. S. Department of Agriculture. A Guide to Bud,,eting for the Family.
Home and Garden-Bulletin No. 1O8. O.107

U. S. Department of Agriculture. Helping Families Manage Their Finances.
Home Economics Research Report'No. 21. $.hO

U. S. Department of Agriculture, Division of Home Economics. Managing
Your Money. 4. 10



Relationships

American Medical Association.

Venereal Disease Is Sti.ll a World Problem 9.05 each (100-999 $.02 each;
1000 or more '.01 coach)

Why Girls Menstrunite t.10 coach (1.00-999 $.O2 each; 1000 or more -
I F (T 6eachT

National Education Association:

Recommendations from the White House Conference on Children and Youth
for Home Economics Teachera on . .The Family Today $.75

Public Affairs Committee:

Family Well-Being (Packet B 18 booklets assorted titles) $3.50

Marriage and Special Family Concerns (Packet C 18 booklets assorted
titles) $3.50






FILMS


CHILD DEVELOPMENT

The ABC's of Baby Sitting. Sid Davis Production, 1962, color $12, 10 min., Jh-
sh-c-ad. Tells the story of a teenage sitter and acquaints the viewer with the
many rules of safety that must be observed if he or she is going to be a com-
petent, well informed sitter.

Bright Side. Mental Health Film, 23 min. Stresses that being a parent is not
primarily a problem but essentially a source of pleasure; indicates that
anxiety of parents can hurt the children whom they are trying to help.
Dramatize the often neglected truth that day-to-day enjoyment of family
living by parents can provide the best emotional climate for children to
grow into happy, well-adjusted adults.

Children's Play. McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1955, 27 min., sh-c-ad. The three
children of Jane and Ed Taylor illustrate specific examples of types of Play
activities engaged in by children at various age levels. Children's play
can be grouped into categories: free play, make believe, collecting, and
constructive play such as sports and games. Play of boys and girls is
contrasted, and need for space, time, companions, and equipment for play is
pointed out for parents. $160.

Four Families. McGraw-Hill Company, 60 min., B&W $275. An on-the-spot comparison
of family life in four countries, in which the internationally known author-
anthropologist, Margaret Mead, discusses how the upbringing of a child con-
tribute to a distinctive national character. Center of attention in each
case is a year-old baby in the family of a farmer of average mean.

From Generation to Generation. McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1959, 30 min., color
$275, sh-c-ad. Tells the story of human reproduction as an integral part
of the universal pattern of nature, explaining that childbearing is an
emotional and spiritual experience as well as a physical one.

Growth and DevelopmenL. Mid American Films, 1960, $55 BIW, 11 min., sh-c-ad.
Why babies have soft spots and what can you do to help baby'.- head shane.

How Baby Learns to Obey. Mid American Films, 1960, 11 min. B&W $55. How to
introduce discipline into a baby's life and help him to accept authority
gracefully.

Human Growth. 2nd edition, Brown Trust 1962, 192 min. color $200, jb. Animation
depicts the normal pattern of growth and development of boys and Rirls from
conception to teenage, with emphasis on bodily changes during adolescence.

Jamie, The Story of a Sibling. National Film Board, 28 min., color $148.50.
Provocative treatment of sibling rivalry and family relationships. Ten-year
old Jamie builds resentment as he is forced to yield to his older sister,
constantly held up as a good example, and to his younger brother for whom
he must make concessions. Problem is unsolved the class takes over the
discussion.






The First Year. Cli 62 16 mm sd 20 min. sh-c-ad color $200. Care, feeding of
babies first year: Bathing, breastfeeding, formula preparation, bottle
feeding, hazards, illness, inoculations. General picture of parent require-
ments, responsibility.

The New Baby. Sterling Educational Films, 1962, 20 min., sh-c-ad, color $190.
Family prepares for arrival of third child. Emphasis on mother's prenatal
medical supervision, daily care of baby. Medical check-up for mother, baby.
How parents prepare other children for new arrival.

Planning Creative Play Equipment for Young Children. Part I: Outdoor, Calif.
1960, 16 min. sd, color 13177.U, rent apply, c-ad. Shows a variety of play
materials for young children, and how one community pooled available talents
and resources to make these creative play materials.



CLOTHING AND TEXTILES

Good Grooming - (4 films). IntFlmBur 1961 color set $485. Fundamental instruc-
tion on four aspects of good grooming, emphasizing the need for cleanliness
and correct posture as indispensable attributes of a neat, attractive appear-
ance, sh.Titles are: Hair Care 14 min., $135, rent $7.50 Make-Up 11 min.,
$115, rent $6 Posture 9 min., $100, rent $5 Wardrobe 1 m-in., $135,
rent $7.50..

Discovering Color. Film Associates of Calif. 16 min. color $175 el-jh-sh. The
film clearly demonstrates the techniques of color mixing and explores the
great variety of color we can see in the world around us.

Discovering Texture. Film Associates of Calif., 172 min., color only, $180.
All through life, we learn about textures by touching and looking. Some
textures are man-made; some are natural. Discovering textures can be a
daily adventure. Our world is full of many textures for us to enjoy some
we feel, some we see, and some we create. Rental fee, $12.50.

Since there is such a wealth of free materials available for teaching clothing and
textiles, we recommend that films be purchased for the more intangible areas.



FOOD AND NUTRITION

Balance Your Diet For Health And Appearance--Coronet 1960, 11 min. B&W $60,
color $110, jh-sh. Three young people analyze their own eating habits, and
discover that one is a breakfast misser, one likes greasy foods, and the other
eats more than his share of carbohydrates. As they learn more about diet,
they recognize the importance of a balanced diet.

Buying Food. McGraw-Hill. B&W. $60. Points out the dangers of impulse buying
and..discusses such things as quantity buying, understanding descriptive labels,
seasonal buying, and the guiding factors in buying meat.






Four Food Groups. Avis 1962 11 min., color $110, el-jh-sh. Discusses the
importance of properly balanced meals and discovers the many people who
work together to provide the variety of foods needed. Includes a chart
of the four food groupings-milk, meat, vegetables and fruit, and the chart
as a daily food guide.

Homemaker's Notebook. (4 films). Calif. 1961, 27 min., B&W $120, set $400,
rent $5, sh-c-ad. Titles are; What's In Food. Shows the four food groups
and explains the nutritive value of.each. Planning a day's meals from food
of the four groups is illustrated. You Are What You Eat., Emphasizes the
role of nutrition in the individual; describes the nutrients, their sources
and what they contribute to the human body, Food--A Way of Life. Discusses
the influence of food on our lives and various psychological reactions to-
ward food and its preparation. Meals For Everyone. Shows how to plan meals
which satisfy individual requirements and tastes within the family. Dis-
cusses needs and activities of various age levels.

Kitchen Planning. MSU-AE, 4l min., B&W $65, rent $1, ad. Kitchen planning
fundamentals: basic arrangement, dimensions; counter; storage facilities;
work centers.

Nutritional Needs Of Our Bodies. Coronet 1961, 11 mainn, B&W $60, color $110,
el-Jh. Use photomicrography, laboratory animals, and animation to show how
food provides the body's basic needs. Discusses the four general groups of
foods, the nutrients which they contain and what the nutrients supply to the
body. Stresses the importance of a well-balanced diet to a strong body and
good health.

The Human Body: Nutrition and Metabolism. Coronet 1962, 131min., B&W $75,
color $150, jh-sh. Distinguishes between basal metabolism and active meta-
bolism, and expresses .the energy requirements of metabolism in units of
calories. Discusses the five classes of chemical substances which comprise
all natural.foods---carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, and minerals-
and explains the basic chemistry by which they supply our bodies with energy
and essential chemicals needed for growth and repair.

HOUSING AND HOME FURNISHINGS

Architecture U.S.A. - American Institute of Architects, 1955, 26 min., sh-c-ad.
color $200. Shows outstanding examples of Contemporary American architecture
of homes, schools, offices, factories, and a preview of the future.

Budget Flower Arrangement - Cornell Univ., 1962, 28 min., color $21$. Illustrates
methods or arranging fourteen simple floral designs which utilize foliage
available in the home garden. Includes two low arrangements for the dinner
table.

Design For Living - International Film Bureau, 19 min., Color $225. This film
presents principles of good design as they relate to furnishing and objects
common to the home. It uses furniture, utensils, glassware, china, pictures,
and other decorations.and rooms themselves to illustrate the elements of
good design.







Discovering Line - Film Associates of Calif., 17 min., color $180, 1963, el-jh-sh.
Illustrated the way in which line records movement. A line is a path of action
which leads the eye through space. The movement induced by line is a major
element in art, and the ability to perceive line divorced from form can become
a major aesthetic skill.



MANAGEMENT

Families Off Guard - MGS, 12 min., jh-sh-c-ad, color $135. Re-enactments, based
on documented case histories, of actions and situations leading to fatal
accidents in and around the home. The factual presentation involves the
audience by posing questions rather than giving details about what to do.
Statistics are kept to a minimum. Principles are stressed. Hazards in
certain scenes, not referred to in the commentary, expand the uses of the
film for discussion groups, study groups, off-the-job safety education
programs, and safety classes.

Personal Financial Planning - Sutherland, 1960, 11 min., B&W $60, rent $6, color
$120, rent $10, jh-sh. Shows relationship between financial planning and one's
own attainment of long-range as well as immediate goals. Teaches students to
handle their personal income wisely, and save something from that income to
guarantee personal security and to perpetuate our free economic system.

Why Budget - McGraw-Hill. 12 min., B&W $60. Explains the importance of the
family budget, what it is and how to set it up in relation to a family needs
and income. Stated in general terms for families of all income levels.



RELATIONSHIPS

A Quarter Million Teenagers - Imperial Film Company, color $180, 27 min. An
animated film on venereal diseases. Points out the increase of venereal
disease among teenagers. Attempts to answer questions a teenager might
have concerning venerealdiseases truthfully. Early diagnosis and proper
treatment are stressed. Suitable for mixed audience.

Early Marriage. Brown Tr, 1961, 26 min., sh-c-ad, color $200. Deals with teenage
marriage, high school counseling, and classroom teaching of marriage prepara-
tion.

Have I Told You Lately That I Love You. 1957, 16 min., $75. Shows a modern
family enslaved by automatic gadgets in home and business. Family members
go through the days with no real person-to-person contact because everything
is done automatically. Emphasis is placed on life being more than just a
robot existence.

Marriage and Family Living Series. McGraw-Hill, Correlated with the textbook by
Landis: Your Marriage and Family Living.

1. Psychological Differences Between the Sexes. 19 min. This film dramatizes
the way in which a young girl and boy, react to similar situations.








2. Engagement: Romance and Reality. 15 min. This film presents a step by
step portrayal of a couple who plan to marry.

3. Handling Marital Conflicts. 14 min. Alternately, the film portrays the
development of an argument between each of two couples.

Our Changing Family Life. McGraw-Hill, 22 min., B&W $125. Since 1880, industrial
expansion, the growth of cities and political and economic emancipation of
women have radically changed the traditional pattern of family life. We see
how the farm family has become less important as an economic and social unit,
how the roles of husband and wife in the urban family have shifted and how the
companionships of marriage has become, even more important in today's im-
personal urban society.

The Square. Carousel 1961, 29 min. sd B&W, $135, sh-c-ad. Examines the values
of middle class American youth torn between the desire for security and the
drive for creative self-expression. Tells the young man about to graduate
from college and his fiancee facing the question of which job offer they will
accept. In making this decision, they face the question. "How large a world
can I handle?"

You're Growing Up Bailey, 1960, 10 min., el-jh-sh, B&W $60, color $110.
Clarifles some of the complicated physical and emotional processes of growing
up for elementary and high school students; portrays four major periods of
growth, from birth to age 20; stresses the normality of individual differences.










FILMSTRIPS AND SLIDES



Child Development

National Education Association:

Your Child and Discipline (#388-11710). $7.00. Color filmstrip with
accompanying record. Leaflets (#382-11708) are available 35 for $1.00.

Your Child's Intelligence. Color, 20 min., $7.00. Draws on research
findings to show parents that intelligence is not a single trait but
a package of abilities differing in make-up for each child. Seven
authorities explain how intelligence is tested, how tests are used, the
relationship between intelligence and talent, and how parents should
view their child's IQ.

Your Child's Mental Health. Color, 15 min., $8.00. Describes the wide
range of normal behavior and sources of help in cases of substantial
emotional problems. A distinguished authority in the field presents
a positive approach for parents to strengthen their children's
personalities and contribute to their emotional stability.

National Film Board of Canada:

Caring for Baby. STA, sh-c-ad, color, t5.00. Care of young mother's
first baby after its arrival.

Discipline. Black and white, sh-c-ad, $3.00. Inculcating discipline
in children.

Protecting Baby from Infection. STA, sh-c-ad, color, $5.00. Protecting
young mother's first baby from respiratory diseases.



Clothing and Textiles

Five Magic Mirrors. The Five Magic Mirrors. $2.50.

Household Finance Corporation. Managing Your Clothing Dollar. $2.50.

McGraw-Hill Book Co. Clean as a Whistle (Grooming for junior high boys). $6.75.

J. C. Penney Co., Inc.:

Color as You Wear It $6.00 per set of 3 filmstrips
Fashion Sewing the Bishop Way $10.00 per set of h filmstrips
Part 1. Basic Learnings
Part 2. How to Make a Skirt and Blouse
Part 3. Cutting to Fit and Fitting
Part h. How to Make a Dress with a Quality Look





J. C. Penney Co. (cont'd)

How to Buy a Slip $3.00

How to Buy a Sweater $3.00

How to Buy Shoes $3.00

How to Select Fabrics for Garments $5.00 per set

Tailoring the Bishop Way $10.00 per set

Understanding Today's Textiles $5.00 per set

Visual Aids Studio:

Fashion and You Series $16.50
Part 1. Fashions and Style
Part 2. Creating Your Own Style
Part 3. Collecting a Wardrobe
(Historic Costumes. Appears to be more appropriate for senior high.)

Visual Education Consultants, Inc.:

Fabric Keynotes Complete kit with filmstrips listed below, swatches,
labels, etc. $14.50.
Color and Design $3.00
Fabric Construction $3.00
Fabric Finish $3.00
Fibers and Yarns $3.00
Shopper's Master Key Filmstrip $5.95

Grain of Fabric $5.95, filmstrip (Kit with filmstrip, swatches, -re and
post tests, dictionary, etc. $10.95)

Up and Down of Fabric $5.95, filmstrip (Kit with filmstrip, swatches,
pre and post tests, dictionary, etc. $10.95)



Food and Nutrition

Household Finance Corporation:

Focus on Food Dollars. Jh-sh, $6.00. Tells how to budget food money,
plan nutritious meals, shop wisely, store and prepare food correctly.

Nasco, Inc.:

Food for Fitness. Twenty-four 2x2 color slides, $6.20. A daily food
guide developed by nutritionists of the U. S. Department of Agriculture
makes it easy to select nutritious meals based on four groups of food.
Examples of suggested foods are shown and typical meals are illustrated.
Complete with lecture guide.






Nasco, Inc. (cont'd)

Betty Crocker filmstrips on following topics:
All About Pie $$.00
Batter Breads $5.00
Beautiful Cakes $5.00
Better Biscuits $5.00
Breads You Bake with Yeast $5.00
Fun with Frostings $5.00
Mealtime Can Be Magic $5.00
Modern Chiffon and Angel Food Cakes $5.00
Muffin Making 5$.00

Wheat Flour Institute:

Sandwiches Please. Slides, 78 frames, jh-sh-c-ad, $3.75. Preparing and
serving sandwiches. Making sandwiches for freezer storage. Hints for
parties, snacks, lunchbox. Photography and cartoon art.



Housing and Home Furnishings

American Institute of Architecture:

Architecture and Your Life

Nature, Man and Architecture

Our Alabaster Cities

These three filmstrips in color have been released within the last few
months. They appear to be excellent for teaching "Housing and People"
at the advanced level. Free when requested on school stationery.

Encyclopaedia Britannica:

Light and Color. E-GH, jh, color, $4.00. Light as it affects color.

Long Filmslide Service:

Planning a Home. DFSS, color, ad., $5.00. Home financing, location,
mobile home planning.

Meredith Publishing Company:

Better Homes and Gardens Decorating Series
Color Ideas--Your Key to Good Decorating. 57 frames with text frames
in color, $12.50, 1958. Free loan with script. Photographs and
drawings are correlated with the book "Better Homes and Gardens
Decorating Book." Presents color harmony rules and shows a step-by-step
method for building color schemes.

Decorating Ideas for Your Floors. 62 frames, sound, text frames in
color, $12.50, 1961. Disc recording: 33 1/3 rpm, 16 min. Shows major
types of floor coverings, their differences, advantages, and uses.
Also gives ideas about the use of color, pattern, and texture on
the floor as a significant feature of the decorating scheme.







Better Homes and Gardens Decorating Series (cont'd)
Decorating Ideas for Your Windows. 62 frames, sound, text frames in
color, $12.50 with script, 1961. Disc recording: 33 1/3 rpm, 15 min.
Decorating ideas for the windows with emphasis upon the latest types
of window treatments; shutters, Roman shades, vertical Venetian blinds,
etc. Complete coverage of hardware available to correct problem
windows and make windows an important part of home decoration.

Furniture Arrangement Ideas--Your Key to Good Decorating. 58 frames,
sound, script, $12.50. Disc recording: 33 1/3 rpm, 15 min., 1960.
Presents the do's and don't of correct room planning and furniture
arrangement. Shows traffic patterns, color and pattern balance and
centers of interest.

J. C. Penney Co., Inc.:

How to Buy Sheets and Pillow Cases $3.00

Understanding Today's Textiles $$.00

Small Homes Council:

Kitchen Planning. Color, 108 slides, $20.00. Five lessons included in
kit. Topics included are "cabinet space," "kitchen planning," "counter
surfaces," and "electrical wiring."

V. L. Smithers Manufacturing Co.:

Holiday with Flowers. Christmas decorating, color, 121 frames, 30 min.

Society of American Florists:

Flowers for You. Filmstrip with recording, $7.50.

University of Texas, Visual Instruction Bureau:

Mounting Pictures. TU-VIB, c, color, $h.00. How to mount pictures for
display, opaque projection, filing, distribution, materials used, steps
in mounting, and ways to protect pictures. Paintings.

Wallpaper Council:

How to Decorate with Wallpaper. Color, $3.00.



Management and Finance

Institute of Life Insurance:

Directing Your Dollars. Color, sh, $6.75, 1955. (Filmstrip guide
gives price as $3.00) Photographs illustrate the money management
problems of three high school students in connection with the senior prom.

Dollars for Security. Color, sh. $3.00, 1959. Tells the story of
three high school students whose lives have been intimately touched
by life insurance. Shows how life insurance works to meet family needs.






Institute of Life Insurance (cont'd)
Marriage and Money. 15 min., $3.00, 1963. A new filmstrip showing how
a young married couple learns to manage their financial affairs.
Designed to stimulate discussion.

McGraw-Hill Book Co.:

So Your Budget Won't Budge. Jh-sh, color, $6.75, 1959. Suggests ways
in which teenagers can reduce their expenses by more careful spending
and offers advice on how individuals or groups can raise money for their
needs.

Money Management Institute: $6.00 complete set; $1.50 each

Managing Your Clothing Dollars. 63 frames, 15-20 min. Shows how to
plan a wardrobe, buy and care for clothes for every family member.

A New Look at Budgeting. 88 frames, 18-22 min. Dramatizes need for
sound attitudes in managing money to achieve personal and family goals.

The Role of Consumers in the U. S. Economy. 35mm, color. Shows
relationship between personal and social economics. 109 frames in
three parts: (1) Importance of consumers and consumer credit,
(2) consumer's role in production and economic stability, and
(3) consumers as buyers and as citizens.

Spending Your Food Dollars. 73 frames, 18-25 min. Highlights the
challenges and rewards of managing food dollars skillfully.

Your Money's Worth in Shopping. 59 frames, 16-21 min. Illustrates
ways to reach goals through good shopping techniques.

Your World and Money. 58 frames, 15-20 min. Discusses money management
for adolescents.

Visual Education Consultants:

Budget Ideas for Youth. Jh-sh, $3.75, 1955. The filmstrip opens with
twelve questions to help students determine how well they manage their
money and suggests three steps in budgeting: (1) Determine how much
money you have and where it comes from, (2) make a plan for controlling
your money, and (3) use the plan.



Relationships

Filmstrip of the Month Club, Inc.:

Enriching Your Life: Appreciate-Create. Color, sh, $4.00. How
appreciation and creation enrich our lives. Avenues of appreciation;
reaching highest potential through creativity.
Guidance Associates:
Values for Teenagers: The Choice Is Yours (#180K). 2 full-color filmstrips;
2 12" ip records/Educators net: $29.95. This unique 2-part sound filmstrip
program talks directly to teenagers in their own language. It deals with
problems of immediate concern: sex, cheating, drinking; confronts head on
the teenage problem of conformity and its troubling pressures on adolescents.





Society for Visual Education, Inc.:

For young teens, family relationships, color, 1961. Each filmstrip $6.50
with record (2); $25.50 set.
F776-1 Learning to Understand Parents
F776-2 Living with Brothers and Sisters
F776-3 Helping at Home
F776-4 Teenage Allowance

For older teens, teens and family relationships, color, 1961. Each
filmstrip with guide $6.50; each record (2) $3.50; set of 4 filmstrips,
2 back-to-back 33 1/3 rpm records, $25.50.
F776-5 How to Get Along with Parents
F776-6 Using the Family Car
F776-7 You're Part of a Family
F776-8 Learning to Manage Your Money

For older teens, senior high, color. Set of 4 filmstrips, 2 back-to-back
33 1/3 rpm records, guides, $25.50.
F774-5 What About Going Steady
F774-6 When You Are In Love
F774-7 Date Behavior
F774-8 Looking Ahead to Marriage

F774-3RR-Record for F774-5, F774-6 $3.50
F774-hRR-Record for F774-7, F774-8 $3.50

For older teens, popularity problems, color, 1959. Set of filmstrips,
2 back-to-back 33 1/3 rpm records, guides, $25.50; each filmstrip $6.50;
each record $3.50.
F775-5 Ways We Influence Others
F775-6 Facts About Smoking, Drinking
F775-7 Belonging to a Crowd
F775-8 Learning About Loyalty

For young teens, dating topics, 1961. Set of 4 filmstrips and records
$25.50; records (2 back-to-back) $3.50 each.
F775-1 Ready for Dating
F774-2 Getting a Date
F774-3 What to Do on a Date
F774-4 How Do You Know It's Love

For young teens, popularity problems, 1961. Each filmstrip $6.50;
records $3.50 each; set $25.50.
F775 The Smoking Problem
F775-2 How to Make and Keep Friends
F775-3 Learning About Popularity
F775-4 Making the Most of Yourself

Visual Aids Studio: Both series $36.00; each series $6.00

Manners for Young Moderns Series, 1960
Part 1. Everyday Courtesies
Part 2. Introductions
Part 3. Correct Table Manners
Part 4. Good Grooming







Visual Aids Studio (cont'd)
Contemporary Courtesy Series
Part 1. Popularity and Friendship
Part 2. Dating
Part 3. Giving and Attending Parties
Part 4. Club Membership-Trips-The Telephone



Miscellaneous

Basic Skill Films:

How to Conduct a Meeting Using Parliamentary Procedures. Color,
jh-sh-c-ad, $6.00, 1959. Describes order of business, how a motion
is made, what happens to a motion, conduct of nominations, elections.
Based on Robert's Rules of Order.

Educational Filmstrips:

Club Officers in Action. Color, set $16.50, 1958.
President in Action
Secretary in Action
Treasurer in Action
Committees in Action

Guidance Associates:

A New Look at Home Economics Careers. Color, $1.50 with record.
Produced by the American Home Economics Association.

McGraw-Hill Book Co.:

Teen Guide to Homemaking Series. Set of 8 filmstrips $60.00; each $8.50.
Correlated with textbook by Barclay and Champion.
Funds and Fundamentals
How's Your House?
The Well-Dressed Teenager
Parties are for Pleasure
Welcome to the Family
There's Nobody Just Like You
Tots for Teens
The Food Preparation Center









PHONOTAPES

The following titles were selected from the National Tape Recording Catalog,
Department of Audio-Visual Instruction, National Education Association,
1962-63, price $1.50 and from Catalog Supplement No. 1, price $1.00. Many
other titles are available. Tapes are approximately $3.00 each.

Child Development

Baby Sitting. COLU, 11 min., sh-ad. Baby sitting is a good way to develop
a sense of responsibility in young people. Importance of giving guidance,
instruction to young, new baby sitter.

Backsliding to Babyhood. 10 min., Family Life, Cornell University, Tape
Recording Center, Russell Smart. Reasons why a child may revert to doing
things you'd thought he'd outgrown.

Culture and Personality. COLU, 15 min., sh. Know Your Child Series.

Discipline and the Permissive Parent. COLU, 15 min. sh. How the type of
discipline given by parent affects the child's emotional growth.

Discipline Begins at Home. COLU, 13 min., sh-ad. Effective parental
discipline of child as achieved through understanding reason for wrong act;
keeping punishment within family, not making it public. Discussed by
Dr. Alice Sowers and Hugh Mix.

Do Children Have Worries. COLU, jh-ad. Worries of children related to their
ages, how parents can help alleviate fears, discussed by Dr. Alice Sowers
and Don Clark.

Eating Out With Children. COLU, 11 min., ad. Example of mother, her two
children ordering meal in restaurant used by Russell Smart to illustrate
a good beginning for pleasant meal.

Fear vs. Caution. COLU, 15 min., sh-ad. Explaining dangers child may confront
such as storms and death as an aid in helping child avoid fears, guiding him
to normal development. Discussed by Dr. Alice Sowers and Hugh Mix.

How to Look at Your Child's Behavior. COLU, 15 min., sh. Influence of home,
school, and community.

Intelligence and Development. CD, 15 min., ad. Parent Education Department
of the Institute of Child Welfare, University of Minnesota, Department of
Education. A discussion of how children grow in intelligence, what
intelligence tests mean, and the special problems of children who are
below average and above average in intelligence.

Interests and Social Development. CD, 15 min., ad. Parent Education Department
of the Institute of Child Welfare, University of Minnesota, Department of
Education. How interests change with age; how social participation can be
encouraged; and how leadership can be developed.






It's Human to Get Frightened. Family Life, 9 min., ad., Cornell University,
Tape Recording Center, Russell Smart. Offers a better understanding of "fear"
and how it affects our lives; amazingly enough, it's something we can't live
without.

Living With Children. COLU, 15 min., sh. Effect of physical and emotional
climate.

Parenthood Is a Profession. COLU, 15 min., sh-ad. Helping child establish
patterns of good behavior considered as full-time job, by Dr. Alice Sowers
and Hugh Mix.

A Place to Grow. COLU, 11 min., sh-c-ad. Some ways parents can help children
arrive at self-discipline.

A Safe Community. COLU, 14 min., sh-ad. Importance of both adults and children
observing rules of safety, discussed by Dr. Alice Sowers and Hugh Mix.

Sharing Home Responsibility. COLU, 13 min., sh-ad. Delegating duties to child
from time he first begins to want to help around house is a means of teaching
child to handle responsibilities without fuss, discussed by Dr. Alice Sowers
and Hugh Mix.

Social Affairs Have Value. CDS, 14 min., sh-ad. Radio Station WNAD, Audio-
Visual Department, University of Oklahoma. By contributing to young people's
social affairs, the family helps the children gain the social graces that will
be so important in later life. Dr. Alice Sowers and Hugh Mix.

What About Discipline. COLU, 8 min., sh-c-ad. Best discipline is one
administered fairly according to degree of wrong done; best punishment is
self-realization of wrong; methods and means of punishment discussed by
Dr. Alice Sowers and Don Clark.

What Do Children Read? CDS, 13 min., sh-ad. Radio Station WNAD, University
of Oklahoma, Audio-Visual Department. Children will read materials that are
readily available to them. If good books and articles are made easily
obtainable, children will form a habit of reading good materials. Dr. Alice
Sowers and Hugh Mix.

When Children Ask Questions. COLU, 12 min., ad. Some things parents can do
when children ask questions that need answering, discussed by Edward Pope,
Cornell University.

When Children Say No. Family Life, 9 min., ad. Cornell University, Tape
Recording Center, Russell Smart. Discusses some of the reasons for "negativism"
in youngsters and some of the ways parents can shorten the "negative stage."

Youth Can Share Responsibilities. COLU, 8 min., jh-sh. Giving children
responsibilities commensurate with maturity to lead them to accept responsibilities
of adulthood gradually, by Dr. Alice Sowers and Hugh Mix.


Housing and Home Furnishings
Housing. 15 min., sh-c, George C. Johnson, Indiana School of the Sky, Indiana
University. Should I rent or buy a house? What factors will help me decide on
a location? What type and size house do I need? What legal problems are involved
in home ownership? What financial arrangements can be made for home ownership?








Roof Over My Head. COLU, 30 min., ad. Discussion on housing: environment,
facilities for physical comfort, opportunities for full life.



Management and Finance

Budgeting. National Tape Repository, 15 min., sh-c. Budget: its definition,
preparation, major items.



Relationships

About You. Our American Heritage, Family Life Institute, University of
Oklahoma, Audio-Visual Department, 8 min., jh-sh. Dr. Alice Sowers and
Don Clark stress the fact that one must know oneself, stress the good points
and concentrate on improving the bad.

Classroom Courtesy. Personal guidance, 15 min.

Do You Owe Your Community Anything. Human relationships, 15 min., jh.

Early Marriages. 8 min, jh-sh, Our American Heritage, Family Life Institute,
Audio-Visual Department, University of Oklahoma. Secret marriages, hastened
marriages, war marriages, and other types of marriages involving the young
or unprepared student. Dr. Alice Sowers and Don Clark discuss these circumstances
and how they can be prevented.

The Family. COLU, 90 min., sh-ad, 3 tapes. Serious family problems in America
discussed by Ashley Montague, Floyd Martinson, John Sirjamaki, divorced mother,
others.

Flubs With Clubs. 15 min, el-jh, Magic with Manners, Radio House, University
of Texas. In order to enjoy a club one must elect good leaders and participate
in the planned events.

Growing Up Is Serious Business. 10 min., ad, Family Life, Cornell University,
Tape Recording Center, Russell Smart. Some of the ways in which adolescents
and their parents can see the other's point of view.

How About Tattling. 15 min., jh, human relationships.

How Do I Look? COLU, lh min., sh. Importance of fitting clothes to occasion
and personality.

How Shall I Choose My Mate? COLU, 12 min., ad. Factors young people should
consider in choosing mate, discussed by Edward Pope and Ruth Campell .

It's a Date. 15 min., el-jh, Magic with Manners, Radio House, University
of Texas. Rules for successful dating. How to ask, what to say, how to dress,
and how to act.

The Long Anger. COLU, 29 min., c. Conflict within family as cause of tensions,
uneasiness. Anger as destructive, permeating force.

The Problems of Adolescence. COLU, 15 min., ad. Pattern of adolescent growth,
need for emancipation, teaching adolescents to accept responsibility.






The Real Meaning of Freedom. COLU, 9 min., jh-sh. Freedom as reward gained
by youth with their acceptance of responsibility, discussed by Dr. Alice Sowers
and Don Clark.

The Right to Differ. COLU, 9 min., jh-sh. Importance of differences of opinion,
of learning to differ politely, discussed by Dr. Alice Sowers and Don Clark.

The Right to Freedom. CDS, 14 min., sh-ad. Radio Station WNAD, Audio-Visual
Department, University of Oklahoma. Dr. Alice Sowers and Hugh Mix discuss the
rights of parents as well as those of the children.

The Right to Friends. COLU, 9 min., jh-sh. Importance of understanding child's
choice of friends, helping him to choose wisely, discussed by Dr. Alice Sowers
and Don Clark.

Table Talk. Personal guidance, 15 min., jh.

Tensions Are Explosive. COLU, 9 min., jh-sh. Importance of working out problem
of family conflict either by discussing conflict openly or subduing it entirely,
waiting until proper time for discussion is presented. Discussed by Dr. Alice
Sowers and Hugh Mix.

That Parents Should Be Held Legally Responsible for the Delinquency of Children
Under 18 Years of Age. COLU, 29 min., sh-c-ad. High school debate on legal
responsibility of parents for delinquency of children under 18.

Those Who Like You. PUAVC, 15 min., jh, $3.00. How we gain and hold friends.
What kind of people like us.

Those You Like. PUAVC, 15 min., jh, $3.00. Reasons for choosing friends or
liking people.

Time On Your Hands. COLU, 14 min., sh. Importance to teenagers of using leisure
time to gain knowledge, insights, relaxation.

Understand Yourself. Personal guidance, 15 min., jh.

The Way People See You. 15 min., el-jh, Magic with Manners, Radio House,
University of Texas. One must be conscious at all times of the impression he
is making on others.

What Is a Good Home? COLU, ll min., sh-ad. Qualities that comprise a good home;
quantity of money as irrelevant factor, discussed by Dr. Alice Sowers.

Who Makes the Rules? Human relationships, 15 min., jh.

Your Ideals. PUAVC, 15 min., jh, $3.00. Developing ideals. Choosing between
conflicting ideals and values.

Your Manners. PUAVC, 15 min., jh, $3.00. Manners at home, with older people,
with own group.








SOCIO-GUIDRAMAS

The following titles were selected from the Nasco catalog. See the catalog
for additional listings.
"A" Is for Brother #R3088-SG4 Six copies for $2.40
Bottle of Trouble #R3100-SG16 Six copies for $2.40
Confidence--Zero #R3091-SG7 Seven copies for $2.80
Disabled, True--But Able, Too! #R3116-SG32 Seven copies for $2.80
Every Kid's Got One #R3107-SG23 Eight for $3.20
love at the Lockers #R3115-SG31 Seven for $2.80
Mama Is the Boass #R3110-SG26 Seven for $2.80
Shall We Go Steady #R3098-SGl4 ERiht for $3.20
Too Young To Date #R3106-SG22 Eight for $3.20
Who's Delinquent? #R3094-SG10 Six for $2.40
Your Friends--Who Chooses Them? #R3095-SGll Seven for $2.80

Family Life Plays #R3076 Twelve plays for $6.50










TRANSPARENCIES



Fabrics for the Pattern. Simplicity, $5.00. A set of six acetate posters
with 12 interchangeable fashion swatches. The swatches and posters are designed
to demonstrate a fabric's suitability to a pattern, a fabric's effect on the
appearance of a design, and the appropriateness of both. Teacher's guide
included.


Your Silhouette Is Showing. Simplicity, $5.OO. A set of
showing fashion lines and designs to flatter the figure.
how to select and style fashions for individual success.
included.


12 transparencies
The kit describes
Teacher's guide


Transoarencies for other areas of home economics are listed in the Masco
catalog.









MISCELLANEOUS TEACHING AIDS



Birth Atlas. Pictures of the famous Dickinson-Belskie sculptures depicting
fertilization, and the development and birth of the baby. For classroom and
group discussion. Maternity Center Association. V-7.00.

Stanley Bowmar Company:

The Story of Growing Up--A Girl's Introduction to the Physical
Changes of Adolescence. (TLB-265) 12" Ip record with booklet.
o6.00.

What It Means to Grow Up--A Boy's Introduction to the Physical
Changes of Adolescence. (LLB-I63 17'" lp record with booklet.
A6.00.

Colored Food Value Charts. Set of 10 (20 x 30 inches), sh, 1959. Recommended
intakes of essential nutrients for every age group. Sources of essentials
in various foods. National Live Stock and Meat Board. $1.50.

Demi-Kollar Kit. Kolor Kit Company. 3.00 plus .t-0 postage. (Selection of
color collars.)

Kroehler Home Furnishings Classroom Kit. Kit contains 12 fabric cards, 9 full
color photographs, 0 furniture cutouts and graphs, booklets, h cutaway drawings,
etc. Consumer Education Division, Kroehler Manufacturing Corporation. $6.00.
(Check must accompany order)

Systems for Education, Inc.:

Dr. Fishbein Talks to Growing Boys !4.96

Dr. Fishbein Talks to Growing Girls $l.96

Two long-playing records present a renowned physician's explanation
of basic sex information that is vital to healthful attitudes about
sex. Dr. Fishbein uses fundamental medical facts in a manner that
precludes parental objections, dealing candidly with discussions
about sex, bodily functions, dating, health, marriage, and other
topics. A h8-page manual accompanies record; additional manuals,
$.60 each.









ADDRESSES


Book Companies

American Home Economics Association. 1600-20th Street, N. W., Washington, D. C.,
20009.

Appleton-Century-Crofts, Inc. hh40 Park Avenue, S., New York, N. Y., 10016.

Association Press. 291 Broadway, New York, N. Y., 10007.

M. Barrows and Co., Inc. 425 Park Avenue, S., New York, N. Y., 10016.

Baylor University Press. Baylor University, Waco, Texas.

Beacon Press, Inc. 25 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts, 02108.

Charles A. Bennett Co., Inc. 237 N. Monroe Street, Peoria, Illinois, 61602.

George Braziller, Inc. One Park Avenue, New York 16, New York.

Burgess Publishing Company. 426 South Sixth Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 55415.

Doubleday and Company, Inc. 501 Franklin Avenue, Garden City, New York, 11531.

Fearon Publishers, Inc. 2165 Park Boulevard, Palo Alto, California, 94306.-

Frederick Fell, Inc. 386 Park Avenue, S., New York, N. Y., 10016.

Ginn and Company. 72 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y., 10011.
Statler Building, Back Bay, P. 0. Box 191, Boston, Mass., 02117.

Grosset and Dunlap, Inc. 227 E. Center Street, Kingsport, Tennessee.

Guideways, Inc. $10 N. Hickory Street, Champaign, Illinois.

Harcourt, Brace and World, Inc. 757 Third Avenue, New York, N. Y., 10017.

Harper and Row Publishers, Inc. 49 East 33rd Street, New York, N. Y., 10016.

D. C. Heath and Company. 285 Columbus Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts, 02116.
1815 Prairie Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, 60616.

Holiday House, Inc. Eight West 13th Street, New York, N. Y., 10011.

Holt, Rinehart and Winston Co., Inc. 383 Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y., 10017.
6i$ North Michigan, Chicago, Illinois.

Houghton Mifflin Company. 3108 Piedmont Road, N. E., Atlanta, Georgia, 3030$.
53 West 43rd Street, New York, N. Y.
Two Park Street, Boston, Massachusetts, 02107.





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Interstate Printers and Publishers, Inc. 19-27 N. Jackson Street, Danville, Illinois.

Iowa State University Press. Press Building, Ames, Iowa, 50010.

Lane Magazine and Book Company. Menlo Park, California.

J. B. Lippincott Company. 521 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y.
East Washington Square, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19105.

Macmillan Company. 60 Fifth Avenue, New York 11, N. Y.

McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc. 330 West 42nd Street, New York, N. Y., 10036.

David McKay Co., Inc. 750 Third Avenue, New York, N. Y., 10017.

Meredith Publishing Company. 1716 Locust Street, Des Moines, Iowa, 50303.
750 Third Avenue, New York, N. Y.

William Morrow and Co., Inc. 425 Park Avenue, S., New York, N. Y., 10016.

National Education Association. 1201 Sixteenth Street, N. W., Washington, D. C.,
20036.

National Geographic Society. 17th and M. Streets, Washington, D. C., 20036.

Odyssey Press, Inc. 55 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y., 10003.

Prentice-Hall, Inc. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.

Random House, Inc. 457 Madison Avenue, New York 22, N. Y.

Richards Rosen Press, Inc. 29 East 21st Street, New York, N. Y., 10010.

The Ronald Press Company. 15 East 26th Street, New York, N. Y. 10010.

W. B. Saunders Company. West Washington Square, Philadelphia 5, Pennsylvania.

Scholastic Book Service. 904 Sylvan Avenue, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 07632.

Charles Scribner's Sons. 597 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y., 10017.

Seymour Guideways, Inc. 510 North Hickory Street, Champaign, Illinois.

Simon and Schuster, Inc. 630 Fifth Avenue, New York 20, N. Y.

Peter Smith Publisher. Six Lexington Avenue, Magnolia, Massachusetts.

Steck-Vaughn Company. Box 2028, Austin, Texas, 78767.

Sterling Publishing Co., Inc. 419 Fourth Avenue, New York 16, N. Y.

The Viking Press. 625 Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y., 10022.

Frederick Warne and Co., Inc. 101 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y., 10003.

John Wiley and Sons, Inc. 605 Third Avenue, New York, N. Y., 10016.









FIRMS PRODUCING FILMS AND FILMSTRIPS

American Institute of Architecture, The Octagon, 1735 New York Ave., N. W.,
Washington, D. C. 20006.

Avis Films, P. 0. Box 643, Burbank, California.

Bailey Films Incorporated, 6509 De Longpre Avenue, Hollywood 28, California.

Basic Skill Films, 1355 Inverness Drive, Pasadena, California.

E. C. Brown Trust, 220 S. W. Alder Street, Portland 4, Oregon.

Cornell University, Visual Aids Office, Roberts Hall, Ithaca, N. Y.

Coronet Instructional Films, 65 E. South Water Street, Chicago 1, Illinois.

Educational Filmstrips, Box 289, Huntsville, Texas. Attention K. L. Russell.

Film Associates of California, 11559 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif., 90025

Film Distribution Division, University of Southern California, University Park,
Los Angeles, California 90007.

Filmstrip of the Month Club, Inc., 355 Lexington Avenue, New York 17, N. Y.

Five Magic Mirrors, Box 6953, Cleveland, Ohio 10lOl.

Guidance Associates, Pleasantville, New York 10570.

Household Finance Corporation, Money Management Institute, Prudential Plaza,
Chicago, Illinois 60601.

Imperial Film Company, 321 South Florida Avenue, Lakeland, Florida 33802.

Institute of Life Insurance, 488 Madison Avenue, New York 22, N. Y.

International Film Bureau, 322 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60604.

J. C. Penney Company, Inc., Educational Relations, 330 W. 34th Street, New
York, New York.

McGraw-Fill Book Company, Text-Film Department, 330 W. 42nd Street, New York 36,
New York.

Mental Health Film Board, Inc., Film Service Department, 267 W. 25th Street,
New York 1, New York.

Michigan State University, Department of Agricultural Engineering, East Lansing,
Michigan.

Mid American Films, Film Center, Lyons, Wisconsin.





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Nasco Incorporated. Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin.

National Education Association, 1201 16th Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 20056.

National Film Board of Canada, Manckenzie Building. 1 Lombard Street, Toronto,
Ontario, Canada.

Richard Cline Productions. 3290 S. Williams Street, Englewood, Colorado.

Sid Davis Production, 1418 N. Highland Avenue, Hollywood 28, California.

Small Homes Council, Building Research Council, University of Illinois, Urbana,
Illinois.

Society of American Florists, Sheraton-Park Hotel, Washington, D. C. 20008.

Society for Visual Education, 1345 Diversey Parkway, Chicago, Illinois 60614.

Sterling Educational Films, 6 East 39th Street, New York 16, New York.

Systems for Education, Inc., 612 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60611.

University of California, Educational Film Sales Department, Berkeley 4, California.

Visual Aids Studio, 1909 Avenue Q, Huntsville, Texas 77340.

Visual Education Consultants, 2066 Helena Street, Madison 4, Wisconsin.

V. L. Smithers Manufacturing Company, Film Department, P. 0. Box 118, Kent, Ohio.
S44240.

Wallpaper Council, 969 Third Avenue, New York, New York 10022.

Wheat Flour Institute, 309 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, Illinois.







STATE ADOPTED TEXTBOOKS



UGADEJ 7 PRICE

Young Living. Clayton Bennett, 1959 $3.30

The family-centered approach is uoed for this text.

The material used in this text is based upon the needs, interests,
habits, and characteristics of the "enter-teen" ages. Relation-
ships and management are interwoven throughout the text. Specific
areas covered are family living, foods and nutrition, home care
of the sick, housing, clothing, and child care.

One copy of this text may be requested for each pupil.


GRADE 8

Exploring Home and Family Living.
Fleck, Fernandez and Munves. Prentice-Hall, 1959. $3-93

A fused approach is used in this text.

This text is geared to the problems, needs and interests of
junior high school students, both boys and girls. By a study
of the home, food, clothing, management, child care, and the
student's attitude toward parents, other family members, and
friends, this book helps young people improve their contribu-
tion to family life.

Adventures in Home Living, Book II.
Hatcher and Andrews. D. C. Heath, 1959. $3-90

The cooperative-planning, problem-solving approach is used in
this text.

The text demonstrates how boys and girls and their teacher set
up goals, choose and carry out experiences, evaluate progress,
and develop and identify learning in the areas of family living,
foods and nutrition, home care of the sick, housing, clothing,
and child care.

Choose one of the above books and request one copy of the text
for each pupil.


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REQUIRED COMPREHENSIVE PRICE

Teen Guide to Homemaking. Barclay and Champion. McGraw-Hill, $4.47
1961.

Family life approach is used in this text.

This text is comprehensive in scope and is designed to keep
pace with the changing aspects of home and family living. The
format of the book is unique and functional in organization
although a logical sequence of subject matter and learning
experiences is developed, each unit is complete within itself.
The areas covered are foods and nutrition, clothing, child
development, housing, health and grooming, management, personal,
social and family relations. A special section has been devoted
to the home economics department.

Your Home and You. Greer and Gibbs. Allyn and Bacon, 1960. $3.81

Fused approach is used in this text.

Contents of this text are presented so that they may be
adapted to many types of teaching situations. Inter-dependence
of family members and satisfying family life are stressed. The
text presents problem solving situations with which the boys
and girls are familiar. Areas covered are family living, foods
and nutrition, clothing and textiles, housing, child development,
home care of the sick, and careers in home economics.

One book may be requested for each pupil. You may wish for all
pupils to use the same text, or you may wish to order some of
each book. For example: If you have 20 in a class, you may
like to have 10 of each, or 15 of one and 5 of the other, or
any other combination you feel is advisable.


ADVANCED COMPREHENSIVE

Homemaking for Teenagers, Book II. Bennett, 1962. $4.50
McDermott-Nicholas.

This text uses the fanily-centered approach.

This is a comprehensive text on an advanced level. Areas in-
cluded are: housing, clothing, foods and nutrition, and home
and family living. Moral and social responsibilities, values,
personality development and refinement, and management are
emphasized.


One copy of this book may be requested for each pupil.




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SEMESTER COURSE CLOTHING AND TEXTILES PRICE

The following texts are recommended to be used as companion
texts:

Fashions and Fabrics. Rathbone, et al. Houghton-Mifflin $3.99
Company, 1962.

The topical approach is used in this text.

The content of this text emphasizes the basic principles of
planning, selection and buying of clothing for individual
family members. Other areas emphasized are good grooming,
household fabrics for the family, and careers in fashions
and fabrics. Clothing construction is omitted.

Guide to Modern Clothing. Sturm; Grieser. McGraw-Hill, 1962. $5.22

The individual and family centered approach is used.

This text deals with the aspects of grooming and appearance,
color and design, fabrics, planning, buying, and caring for
clothing. It contains projects made by the Unit Method of
Construction, presented in outline form, and accompanied by
step-by-step photographs of the techniques involved in the
actual construction of the garments.

These texts are best suited for a semester course of Clothing
and Textiles.

One book may be requested for each pupil. Since these are
companion texts, you may wish a combination of these. For
example: If you have 20 in a class, you may like to have 10
of each, or 15 of one and 5 of the other, or any other com-
bination you feel is advisable.


SEMESTER COURSE FOOD AND NUTRITION

How You Plan and Prepare Meals. McGraw-Hill, Inc., $4.11
Carson and Ramer. 1962.

A family meal planning-preparation approach is used in this text.

The contents of this text stresses the application of scientific
principles and techniques in the areas of planning and serving meals,
buying and preparing foods, preparing meals in the school kitchen and
using recipes. Nutrition study is included in the sections on planning
meals and buying and preparing foods. Safety, management, conservation
and a recipe section are included. There are extensive illustrations
in all areas.

This text is best suited for use in the semester course in Food and
Nutrition for the student with average ability at the tenth and
eleventh grade levels.







Food and Nutrition Semester Course Continued PRICE

Mealtime. Oerke. Bennett, 1960. $3.90

A family-centered approach is used in this text.

This text stresses the operation and management of the home
meal preparation center. The content includes consumer manage-
ment, meal management, and personal differences. It also
stresses cultural and vocational aspects of foods. The depth
of the material presented offers a challenge to those pupils
who are academically talented.

This book is best suited for use in the semester course in Food
and Nutrition for the eleventh and twelfth grade levels.

One book may be requested for each pupil. You may wish for all
pupils to use the same text, or you may wish to order some of
each text. For example: If you have 20 in a class, you may
like to have 10 of each, or 15 of one and 5 of the other, or any
other combination you feel is advisable.


SEMESTER COURSE CHILD DEVELOPMENT

Child Growth and Development. Hurlock. McGraw-Hill, Inc. $3.45
1956

A study approach of child growth and care from birth to school
age is used in this text.

The contents of this text places emphasis on the child as an
individual and as a family member. It stresses accepted
principles and practices in child care and training in baby-
sitting; physical, mental and emotional growth of the new
baby and of the young child.

This text is best suited for the semester course in Child
Development.

One copy of this text may be requested for each pupil.


SEMESTER COURSE HOUSING AND HOME FURNISHING

Homes With Character. Craig and Rush. D. C. Heath, 1962. $3.60

A family-centered approach is used in this book.

The content of this text contains basic information on design
principles, color, architectural styles, period and contemporary
furniture, materials used in interiors and exteriors of homes,







Housing and Home Furnishing Semester Course Continued PRICE

equipment, and aspects of renting, buying and financing housing.

This book is best suited for use in the semester course on
Housing and Home Furnishings.

One copy of this text may be requested for each pupil.


SEMESTER COURSE PERSONAL, FAMILY AiD SOCIAL RELATIONS

Personal Adjustment, Marriage and Family Living.
Landis and Landis, Prentice-Hall, 1960. $3.45

A sociological-family centered approach is used in this text.

This book presents material on dating, courtship, marriage
and family relationships through a study of the individual
and his personality make-up. It includes p'cblem solving and
money management.

This text is best suited for use in advanced semester courses
in Personal, Family and Social Relations.

Building Your Life, Landis and Landis. Prentice-Hall, 1959. $3.15

A sociological approach is used in this text.

This book provides material which will assist pupils in their
early teens in healthy growth toward maturity in all their
relationships. The areas that are presented include personality
development, understanding others, obligations to society,
family living, physical and mental growth, and vocational
opportunities.

This text is besc suited for the semester course in Personal,
Family and Social Relations on the tenth and eleventh grade
level.

One book may be requested for each pupil. You may wish for
all pupils to use the same text, or you may wish to order some
of each text. For example; If you have 2D in a class, you
may like to have 10 of each, or 15 of one and 5 of the other,
or any other combination you feel is desirable.








SEMESTER COURSE MANAGEMENT AND FAMILY ECONOMICS PRICE

Management for Better Living. Starr. D. C. Heath, 1963. $3.90

Decision-making in personal and family life is the approach
used in this text.

This text helps students in making decisions relating to
personal and family living, management of time and energy,
managing money and other assets. Information relating to work
simplification for the home on new and improved equipment, on
kitchen planning, on cost of living and on sociological changes
affecting home management is included.

This text is best suited for the semester course in Management
and Family Economics, tenth grade and above.

One copy of this text may be requested for each pupil.


SEMESTER COURSE HEALTH, HOME SAFETY AND
HOME CARE OF THE SICK.

No adoption.


MODERN FAMILY LIVING

Thresholds to Adult Living. Craig. Bennett, 1962 $4.32

This text uses the family-centered approach.

The content of this text is designed for young people on the
threshold of adult living, with emphasis on decision making,
recognition of responsibilities, and establishment of goals
for career and family life.

This book is designed as a comprehensive text for use in the
Modern Family Living course for twelfth grade students.

One copy of this text may be requested for each pupil.





































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