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How were the homes of the colonists different from the homes of the Native Americans? Colonial Homes answers these questions and more. Compare life today to life in colonial times. Other Titles in the Series Guided Reading Level: N Interest Level: 1–3 Did You Know? Colonial America is the name given to America when talking about the years 1607–1776.

Paneling: thin, smooth, flat pieces of wood. post: a strong piece of wood standing up straight for support. shelter: a place to live that protects a person from the weather. thatch: straw for a roof. tipi: a house similar to a tent, with upright poles covered by animal skins. tribe: a large group of people with common ancestors and customs. trundlebed: a low bed pushed under another bed when not in use. wattle: sticks and straw filling the spaces between posts. wigwam: a dome-shaped house made with bark covering a frame of saplings.

Explore Colonial America! 25 Great Projects, Activities, Experiments. White River Junction, VT: Nomad Press, 2009. C. org 26 Index A Algonquian-speaking people, 20 animal skins, 15 B bark, 15, 17, 19 beds/bedrooms, 22, 23, 24 C candles, 10 children, 11, 24 D daub, 6, 10, 12 diseases, 4 M map of colonies, iii N nails, 8 Native Americans, 13–20 O one-room homes, 4, 21 P paneling, 10 Plymouth, Massachusetts iv, 4 porches, 23 R E electricity, 10, 11 roads/streets, 2, 14 Roanoke (Lost Colony), 4 roof, thatch, 6 F S fireplaces, 21 floors, 10, 19 food, 4, 21 furniture, 21–22, 24 straw, 5, 6, 22 T J tents, 4.

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