Colonial Kids: An Activity Guide to Life in the New World

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Colonial kids dressed like grown-ups and worked right alongside their parents to help make their brand-new communities succeed. But that doesn’t mean they didn’t have fun! Colonial kids were clever and inventive making their own toys–like wooden spinning tops and cuddly yarn dolls–and creating games like shooting marbles, pitching horseshoes, playing tag, and skipping hopscotch–games that are still enjoyed today.

Pages: 160

Pages: 160



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Young adventurers can learn about the settling of America while enjoying activities like stitching a sampler, pitching horseshoes, making an almanac, churning butter, and more. Great fun for learning about the land of the free!




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