What If We Don't Have All These Skills?
This is not a problem! You can learn right along with your children. Perhaps you can take a class. Maybe, you can have a friend teach you. You may need to go to the library for a book or a video on the skill. Many of the skills taught in the very first Keepers at Home group were learned from library books. Once you have learned the skill yourself, you can teach your children. In some cases, you and your child may be able to take a class together. Perhaps you will find within your church fellowship an older person skilled in the particular area that you wish your child to learn. Invite him or her over for dinner, and then spend an evening learning the new skill!
I love the fact that it is distinctly Christian. We love the character books! We are working on contentment right now. The badges are geared toward things that my daughter doesn't get exposed to. For example, dollmaking isn't a common activity. Keepers helps to get back to a less processed time.