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    Little House on the Prairie / Pioneer party ideas

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    Little House on the Prairie / Pioneer party ideas

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    Pioneer Taffy--my kiddos would love to make this.

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    Nest Bliss - the party we did from all these ideas I pinned

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    want to make this

    President's Day Learning Fun - Teach Beside Me

    such a cute party button necklaces and a penny store for the kids to shop.

    A Little House on the Prairie Party: Top Ten {Tuesday}

    Little House activities, printables, ideas

    Little House Unit Study

    give house cut outs made with a roll of chalk board vinyl to each kid as a favor

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    pioneer dress girls

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    Pioneer bonnet bundle

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    simple white apron

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    Mason Jars + Vintage Lace & Garden Twine

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    URBAN INDIGO Quilt Squares MODA Charm Pack PASTEL

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    Burlap and lace table runner. Cute!

    Burlap & Vintage Lace Table Runner, 60"

    bonnet tutorial

    Buns and Baskets: Pioneer Bonnet Tutorial

    rock candy how to make

    Make Your Own Rock Candy At Home

    pioneer cookies - an egg-free oatmeal cookie

    Pioneer Cookies

    drop cloth tablecloth with burlap runner - top with wildflowers

    The Shabby Nest: Frugal Friday~

    my favorite pioneer party

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    pbs frontier house lots of good information on what pioneers ate etc.

    PBS - Frontier House: The Families

    Pioneer Crafts List Candles : Hand dip a taper candle to take home using hot liquid wax. Candles were the main source of light on the homestead. (Age 5 and Older) Soap : Make soap from tallow (lard) and lye. Requires a lot of stirring. Tenacity was an important characteristic to have. (Age 8 and Older) Tin Lanterns : Design and use a hammer and nail to punch out your pattern in a tin can. (Age 8 and Older) Rope : Twist fibers into a length of rope. Teamwork is a necessity. (Age 8 and Older) Quill Pen : Use scissors to cut a feather into a quill pen and try writing or drawing by dipping it into ink. (Age 8 and Older) Moonspinner : Drill into wood with bit and brace or bow drill to make a toy. Add string and decorate it. The finished product works like a sideways yo-yo. (Age 7 and Older) Bean Bag : Sew fabric into a bag and fill it with beans. Sewing was an important skill for both boys and girls on the farm. Adult help with sewing and scissor use helpful. (Age 7 and Older) Yarn Doll : Wrapping yarn and tying knots to make a doll. (Age 5 and Older) Cornhusk Doll : Soaked husks are assembled by size to make a doll. Knot tying and scissors used. Adult helpers a necessity. (Age 11 and Older) Clay Marbles & Pouch : Sew a fabric pouch to hold the marbles you'll roll from wet clay. Sewing and scissors . Adult helpers needed. (Age 9 and Older)

    Pioneer Crafts List

    Pioneer Crafts: Yarn Dolls

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    jam, bread, wagon rides, aprons, bonnets

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    Prairie Party

    Melissa Loves: Prairie Party

    cute jars with holes for straws and lemonade


    Then I made bonnets for each girl to have and wear at the party.  We had fun deciding on what was a good old-fashioned treat.  We choose muffins with hand shaken butter,  lemonade and and pop corn. With candy sticks as our sugary treat, like you'd get at an old general store.

    Yesterday: Prairie Girls Party

    burlap banner

    Wayside Treasures: Cloth and Patina