From slaves sweeping to women weaving, children should love finding things to spot from history in this revised puzzle book that conveys what life was like long ago. Bright, busy scenes provide plenty of material for both readers and pre-readers to talk about, with things to find and count on every page. Simple text and eye-catching illustrations combine to help children develop skills in reading, counting, matching and identification.
Table of Contents
Things to spot; at the market - Mesopotamia, 4000 years ago; Pharaoh's court - Egypt, 3500 years ago; watching a play - Greece, 2300 years ago; in the garden - Rome, 2000 years ago; a Viking voyage - Norway, 1200 years ago; a castle feast - England, 600 years ago; the artists' workshop - Italy, 550 years ago; an Inca farm - Peru, 500 years ago; going hunting - India, 350 years ago; dressing up - France, 250 years ago; a wagon train - North America, 200 years ago; going shopping - England, 130 years ago; the drive-in movies - North America, 45 years ago; at the museum; answers.