Have you ever wondered what games pioneer children played? Laura Ingalls Wilder describes many games and activities in her books, and research shows us a few other games that children played during this era. Here you’ll see a full list of games and activities from the “Pioneer Era” that ...
Pioneer children had simple toys and games made out of any available materials such as pebbles, rope, pieces of wood, and scraps of material. Dolls were made out of scraps of material and wool. Some toys were made of wood. Many of the games they played are still being played today. OUTDOOR FUN (active) Rolling the hoop ; skipping
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Pioneer Era Games Laura Ingalls May Have Played. Laura Ingalls Wilder describes many games and activities in her books, and research shows us other pioneer games. Outside Activities Hands On Activities Family Activities Camping Activities Pioneer Games Pioneer Day Festival Games Art Festival Laura Ingalls Wilder.
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To play the game, hold the buzzsaw like the picture below. You then begin wrapping it over itself. Until it has become tightly wound like in the picture below. You then pull on the edges, which still have your fingers in them, and you see how many times you can get it to wrap and unwrap. It is a simple game but has entertained me many an hour.
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