Colonial America Book Reflection

This year in fourth grade, we are studying about Colonial America. My teacher told me and my class that we were going to research and write a Colonial America book. We had to choose a topic. l chose a daily life of a colonial girl because I am a girl so it would be cool to see the difference between a girl from today and a girl from colonial times. Then my class and I started to do research on our topics. When l got enough research I organized it and wrote it down in my reading notebook. Once I organized my research that I wrote down in my reading notebook, I started to write in my pad of paper. When I was done writing on the pad of paper I started to type in Google docs. After I finished typing in Google docs I copied it in to Google slides. Then I added some pictures that go with my writing.

The most challenging part of doing the Colonial America book was chapter two because getting information on girls and how they lived in colonial times was difficult for me.

My favorite part of doing the Colonial America book was chapter one because I got to learn about a daily day in colonial life and I could compare it to my daily life. 

If I were to do this project again, it would be easier for me because now I know how to do the research and writing of the book. I really enjoyed this project, and hope you enjoy it too!

3 thoughts on “Colonial America Book Reflection

  1. I really liked your Colonial America book. I liked how you added pictures that had to do with your chapters. Great job!

  2. I like how you did the blog post and I like how in Chapter 1 you said that people in the colonial times didn’t have electronics. I also liked that you talked about what the houses were made of in the colonial times. I liked how you talked about the furniture that they had and what they slept on. For Chapter 2 I liked how you talked about about all the different things that girls do. With all this I like your whole book.

  3. I loved your book because I learned a lot more than I already knew on colonial girls. After I read your blog post I was really excited to read your book.

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