The 4th grade class of Mrs. Kathy Chadwick at Kaegebein Elementary celebrated "Colonial Day" on Monday, November 19th. This day is based on a class novel the students read titled "Felicity Learns a Lesson". The girls prepare the dinner meal, they make applesauce, butter and peel and mash potatoes. The boys learn lessons from hornbooks. The girls learn how to cross stitch. The boys learn about Colonial occupations and construct a sign to go with an occupation they are interested in. Both the boys and girls make soap, carve soap, write with a quill feather and ink and stencil. After lunch the girls enjoy a tea party and the boys play checkers and chess. Each year the students enjoy the authentic experience of Colonial ways.
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