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Homes now and then
This is a washtub and washboard. People would put their dirty clothes into the washtub and rub them on the washboard to clean them.
This is a washing machine. You plug it in and put your dirty clothes inside. The washing machine cleans your clothes itself.
This is a mangle. People would put their wet clothes in, turn the handle, and the mangle would squeeze the water out.
This is a tumble dryer. You plug it in, put your wet clothes inside, and the tumble dryer dries the clothes by itself.
This is an old iron. It is made of metal. People would put thm onto the cooker to warm up, the hold it onto their clothes.
This is an electric iron. You plug it into the socket, it gets hot and you hold it onto your clothes to make them flat.
This is a kettle. People would put it on top of the cooker and wait for the water to boil. They whistled when the water was hot.
This is an electric kettle. You plug it into the socket and the water boils. When it is hot the kettle switches itself off.
This is a carpet beater. People would hand the rug on the line and hit it with the carpet beater to get the dust out.
This is a hoover. It is electric. You plug it in and push it along the floor. The dust is sucked up into the hoover.
This is a warming pan. It used to be warmed up and then placed inside your bed to warm it up before you got inside.
This is a hot water bottle. They are made from plastic and material. We put them in our beds to keep us warm.
This is a pantry. Food used to be kept in here. A cold piece of stone would keep things like butter and milk cold.
This is a fridge. You plug it in and it keeps food and drinks cool. They are electrical and work all by themselves.
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