Little House in the Big Woods Chapter 6 Worksheet and Activities


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Little House in the Big Woods

Chapter 6 Two Big Bears

  1. Why did Pa go to town in the spring?
  2. Why didn’t Pa take his gun to town with him?
  3. Why had Laura and Mary never seen a town?

Activities: Choose 1 or 2

    • Talk about obedience and why it is so important to do what your told immediately
    • Make a tin lantern

Fill a tin can with water and freeze. When completely frozen, hammer nail holes in a pretty pattern on the sides of the can.  Make two nail holes near the top of the can on opposite sides.  Put a piece of wire through them to make a handle.  Put a votive candle inside when the ice melts enough to remove it.

Answers

  1. to trade furs
  2. There were too many furs to carry
  3. because the nearest town was far away
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