The Children's Heritage Sourcebook: 100+ Back-to-Roots Activities for Kids & Teens (Hardcover)
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Parents, educators, teens, and children will find inspiration for back-to-roots living.
Not only a resource for teachers and homeschooling parents, The Children’s Heritage Sourcebook is a cookbook, manual, and activity book teaching modern homegrown practices of self-sufficiency to children, teenagers, and adults alike.
The activities, eighty-five recipes, and projects are complementary and pertinent to the curriculum of kindergarten through eighth grade, with some specific to the teen years. Seasonal cooking, pickling, and gluten-free sourdough making; natural history and information on raising and caring for animals like horses, quail, dogs, and rabbits; and craft and garden activities such as natural dyes, wreaths, flower crowns, and making your own herbal soap and skincare are all included.
Lavishly illustrated with 250 full-color images from photographer Sara Prince, this reference book is comfortable on a classroom desk, on your kitchen table, or laid open for use in your backyard garden.
About the Author
The goal of Women’s Heritage is to bring elements of the homestead into everyday life. Ashley Moore is a Waldorf teacher, artist, and herbalist who has studied herbal medicine with Rosemary Gladstar, Susun Weed, and The Herbal Academy. Lauren Malloy has a degree in animal science and conservation biology. She is also the creator of “Worn Wear,” a campaign about used clothing and repair for the outdoor company Patagonia. Emma Rollin Moore is an educator, healthy lifestyle coach, and homeschooling mother who teaches workshops on sourdough baking, pickling, and fermenting.
"The Women’s Heritage Sourcebook by Ashley Moore and Lauren Malloy and Emma Rollin Moore and Audria Culaciati is a bountiful resource for anyone looking to get tips on country living. If we learned anything from the 2020 pandemic it is that life skills, such as gardening, cooking, herbalism, canning and animal raising helps us feel empowered and secure. This book is a collaboration between four authors; all bringing their own content and wisdom. Teaching children about the elements of homesteading and sustainability is also more important than ever. Look for their new book: The Children's Heritage Sourcebook: Back-To-Roots Living for Kids and Teens, to be released next year." —CULTIVATEDMAGAZINE.COM