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Day 326: Work and Play

One Little, Two Little, Three Little Pilgrims by B.G. Hennessy is an adorable counting book with fun illustrations. There are two great ways to enjoy this book! One way is to go through the book and sing the words to the tune of “Ten Little Indians“. Another way is to let the pictures tell the story of the Pilgrim and Wampanoag children at work and play. You can explain to your child that children learned at home and had chores to do each day. You can also compare the games children played then with the games boys and girls play today. It is amazing how the lives of two different cultures can have so many similarities!

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