First, a little background on American Girl dolls. The American Girl dolls are a high-end line of dolls, each of which comes with a full back-story, usually based around a historical era.
My favorite outfit was the running gear, race bib and all. Each doll has her own line of books, as well, plus a miniature which includes a miniature edition of the main book. American Girl Place has New York souvenirs for the dolls and their companionsa salon for the dolls and their companionsa photography studio for the dolls and.
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Photo by Joseph T. Both assaults were successfully defeated, the second becoming a turning point in the war. The Sackets Harbor Battlefield Alliance offers reenactments, including period dress, uniforms, weapons demonstrations, and more. The Site provided details about how life would have been for a little girl at that time, what she would have worn and how she would have filled her time.
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The results are impressive. Members of the Sackets Harbor Battlefield State Historical Site wandered around the floor, interacting with the children, answering questions about their outfits and accessories, and relating historical information about Caroline, Sackets Harbor and the War of We started with an amuse-bouche: The original dolls were historical characters, each one focusing on a different period of history.
They shared their stories through accompanying books, which included subjects such as slavery, poverty, bravery, war, child labor and much more.
These dolls are extremely popular with girls — including mine. They started reading their stories long before they ever received their first doll.
This post contains affiliate links. When I plan out our lessons, I use each doll as a reference for her time period. Her stories, which are historical fiction, are wonderful additions to our reading list. I use their lives shared in the books to incorporate hands-on activities to our history studies.
As I come to a point in history where I will be including an American Girl, I read the first book in her series again. I pull out facts that I use as discussion questions. I will plan crafts, games and food related to the doll and time period.
Here are examples using a few dolls that fit into Early American History. Kaya Discussion Question: What tribe is Kaya a part of? What are some ways that their way of life is different from the way the European settlers lived?
We decided to make Native American headbands for the dolls. My girls used a piece of brown felt cut 1.
Felicity Discussion Question: In the book, Felicity talks a lot about independence as it relates to herself and Penny, the horse.