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Slave: a person owned by another person and forced to work without pay. trade: a skilled job done by hand. For example, a blacksmith makes horseshoes and other things out of iron. trencher: a square piece of wood with a hollowed center to use as a plate. tribe: a large group of people with common ancestors and customs. Today, Native Americans use the word nation instead. tutor: a private teacher for one student or a small group of students. widow: a woman whose husband has died. Further Investigations Books Bordessa, Kris.
Did family life vary from one area of the country to another? How did life in a colonial family compare to that of the Native Americans of the time? Did colonial children go to school? Find out the answers to these questions and more. 95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-936313-56-3 Did You Know? Colonial America is the name given to America when talking about the years 1607–1776. Printed in China.
Explore Colonial America! 25 Great Projects, Activities, Experiments. White River Junction, VT: Nomad Press, 2009. C. org 26 Index B P C Q Boston, Massachusetts, 13 children, 1, 2, 3–8, 9, 11, 15–16, 17, 20, 22, 24 churches, 6, 9–14 E education, 3–8 F food/eating, 17–18, 23 G games and toys, 15–16, 24 H homes, 17–18 M map of colonies, iii meals/meal time, 17–18, 23 men’s roles, 2, 9, 17 Middle Colonies, iii, 6, 11–12 N Native Americans, 16, 22–24 New England Colonies, iv, 3–4, 9, 13 27 play time, 15–16, 24 Puritans, 9 Quakers, 6 R religion, 6, 9–14 responsibilities of children, 2 S schools, 3–8 settlement of colonies, iii–iv slaves, 8, 11–12, 19–20 Southern Colonies, iii, 7–8, 1–12, 13, 19–20 Sundays, 9–14 T toys and games, 1 5–16, 24 W women’s roles, 2, 6, 9, 11, 17 work, 1–2, 19–20 Children’s Education Resource Compare Life Today to Life in Colonial Times What was family life like in Colonial America?