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Kids Learn About Life In Colonial Times At Sherman Historical Society

At the Sherman Historical Society, children learn how to make toys from wood.
At the Sherman Historical Society, children learn how to make toys from wood. Photo Credit: Susanne Peet
Children learn how to make pickles in Sherman Historical Society program.
Children learn how to make pickles in Sherman Historical Society program. Photo Credit: Susanne Peet
Children work with wood.
Children work with wood. Photo Credit: Susanne Peet
Children learn what life was like in Colonial Times in Sherman Historical Society program
Children learn what life was like in Colonial Times in Sherman Historical Society program Photo Credit: Susanne Peet

SHERMAN, Conn. -- For the first day of Sherman Historical Society's new program, "Hooked on History," children learned what life would have been like in 18th century Colonial times.

The program is for children entering into first through third grades.

Kids learned what it takes to make pickles, clear a field, plant, move hay and make toys (with buzz saws and marbles), and about trading.

For more information on Sherman Historical Society's programs and events, click here.

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