Little House in the Big Woods

This children’s classic, written by pioneer Laura Ingalls Wilder, is biographical in nature. It memorializes the pioneering spirit of the families who settled the American prairies and western territories at the end of the 19th century as seen through the eyes of a five-year old girl. It highlights the themes of working together for the greater good of the family unit; a father’s love includes discipline for his children; and how families work together to build strong nations. This guide includes 18 lesson plans, vocabulary cards, 7 coloring pages, 8 arts and crafts lessons and patterns, and instructions and resources for holding a pioneer family picnic

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