Skills in Home Economics: Technology
Designed to prepare lower secondary pupils for the work they will encounter in GCSE and Standard Grade courses. Each book in the series covers a core area of Home Economics using a problem-solving investigative approach and the activities use real-life labels, data and packaging to introduce pupils to the world around them.
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