Little House in the Big Woods Chapter 13 The Deer in the Wood Worksheet and Activities


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Little House in the Big Woods

Chapter 13 The Deer in the Wood

  1. What did Laura and Mary make when it turned cold?
  2. What was a deer-lick?
  3. Why did Pa make a deer-lick?
  4. What did Pa do to the house to help it stay warm in the winter?
  5. Why do you think Pa didn’t shoot the bear or deer?
  6. What songs did Pa play on his fiddle?
  7. What does Auld Lang Syne mean?
  8. What is your favorite part of Little House in the Big Woods? Write a paragraph or two about it? Older Children may write 1-3 page book report.

Activities: Choose 1or 2

    • Get someone to teach you how to knit
    • Make a small nine-patch quilt potholder.  Younger children can make a patchwork out of construction paper and glue.
    •  Talk about how families got their food in the past as compared to how they get their food now.
    • Sing Auld Lang Syne or Oh Susana
    • Talk about hunting safety and or animal conservation

Answers

  1. Patchwork quilts
  2. A place where deer came to get salt that was poured out on the ground.
  3. To attract the deer to an area he was hunting
  4. He banked it with dead leaves and straw and held it all down with stones.
  5. Because they were so beautiful he forgot to shoot them.
  6. Oh Susana, Auld Lang Syne
  7. The days of a long time ago
  8. Answers will vary
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