The “Can Do” Kids are studying common nouns. Miss Pat made a word jumble of common nouns just for fun.
Why not print out the jumble and find the words listed below in the jumble?
Luckily, Miss Pat knew the “Can Dos”needed some help getting back in the school grove. So, she made two computer games to ease them back into their computer lessons.
She made two matching games about the toys the children got.
Why don’t you play along with the “Can Dos”? Go to the Club House on “Can Do” Street, click on it, then click on games. Look for the games called Show and Tell, click on them and play!
They did not have as much time as we do today to read or play games. Even young Pilgrim children were needed to work their parents farms, hunt, fish and participate in the every day life of their community.
Religious activities, school and helping around the house with daily living activities also took a part of their time each week.
They probably played games with each other and their new friends, the Native America children on Thanksgiving Day. They may have played a game called naughts and crosses, that we know as tic, tac, toe, and a game they called draughts that we know as checkers.
Pi;grim children may also played other games such as ball games, shooting marbles and a game similar to hide and seek, called blind man’s bluff.
“Take your seats at your computer stations and beginning playing the Halloween matching games,” said Miss Pat.
Why not play along? Just go to the “Can Do”: Club House, choose games and choose Halloween games.
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