Click on Start.
Click on the red dots to learn about these items from pioneer times.
Make a list of the items. Describe how they were used and draw a picture to go with each item.
Click Silversmith to learn about this job.
Click the underlined words to see pictures and then click the Back arrow.
At the bottom of the page, click Back to 18th Century Colonial Trades.
Explore other colonial jobs in the same way.
Read the story and click on the hypertext Page links to see the illustrations. Click the Back button to return to the story. When you have finished, click on one of the hypertext Switch links.
Go to http://www.usm.edu/english/fairytales/lrrh/lrrhh.htm. Read the story and click the hypertext Page links to see the illustrations.
On a separate sheet of a paper, answer the following questions: how are these two stories the same? How are they different? Which did you like better? Why?
Click traditional. Read the fable and look at the pictures.
Click modern to read another fable.
Think about why the pictures for the two fables are different.
Click Fact and Fiction to learn about wolves.
Click Species to see what gray wolves look like.
Then click Packs.
Click Tail Postures and look at the pictures to learn about wolves.
When a wolf feels relaxed what happens to its tail?
When a wolf feels scared what happens to its tail?