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Highlight's Magazine, Hidden Pictures Highlight's Magazine has many hidden pictures to choose from something for every child's interest. Hidden pictures help children with visual discrimination skills, plus they are fun!
Clothes in the Past The Museum of Childhood has created coloring pages of clothes worn by men and women in the 1750s, 1820s, 1920s, and 1950s. Print the coloring sheets and then have your children draw typical clothes for a man and a woman of today how do they compare?
Paper Dolls These adorable paper dolls are so much fun for children! There are three dolls you can print, along with their outfits. Playing with paper dolls is fun, imaginative play and gives children the opportunity to develop fine-motor skills.
Victorian Dolls Room Download and color the Dolls Room printable, then print and color the furniture for the room. A creative activity for kids!
Build Your Own 19th Century Classroom This is a cut-out made in France during the 19th century. Classrooms in England would have looked very much the same, with all sorts of activities going on at the same time, and a stern teacher overseeing the class from his raised desk in the corner. This activity requires you to cut out the pieces to be assembled and then glue them together. Fun for a history lesson!
Build Your Own Toy Theater Recreate your own toy theater production of the pantomime Cinderella. This is a reproduction of Pollock's Theatre in England from 1960-1967. This link brings you to the website where you can download the printable. The printable is in black and white and ready for you to color (you can access the original color scheme through this link as well). The downloaded file also contains the actual script for this performance, so your kids will be able to act it out using their new Toy Theater! Once you assemble this theater, you will want to keep it for years and years!
Build Your Own Village You can build an original Victorian village using the cut out activities at this website. You can download a barn, a blacksmith's shop, an old farmhouse and barn, a park lodge, a Prince Albert Model Cottage, a suburban villa, a wheelwright's shop, and a Windsor Cottage. This activity requires you to cut the pieces apart and assemble them. A wonderful small-motor skills activity, and a lesson in history.