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LITTLE HOUSE IN THE BIG WOODS

 

This fun, hands-on program gives children the chance to discover the reality of daily farm life in the 1830's and 1840's through "question & answer" exploration of the Bradley's family home, and through a variety of hands-on activities which vary with the season and may include wool carding, baking over an open fire, butter churning, playing with reproduction toys or candle dipping. (Ties in with Social Studies Unit, Heritage & Citizenship-Pioneer Life.)

Grade 3; Cost $4.25/student; Duration 1-1.5 hours; Offered year-round, excluding Christmas season (mid November to year-end) and the entire month of March.

 




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