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Victorian household objects
Dolly and washtub What is it made from? What was it used for? Where would it be used? What do we use today?
Mangle What is it made from? What was it used for? Where would it be used? How do we know it is old? What do we use today instead?
Sewing machine What was it used for? How was it used? How do we know it is old? How are modern sewing machines different?
Chamber pot What was it used for? Why did they need a chamber pot? When would they use it? Where would it be kept? What is it made from? How do we know it is old? Where would we see them today?
Copper kettle What was it used for? Where would it be used? What is it made from? Where would we see them nowadays? How is your kettle different?
What am I? Where can I be found? The kitchen. What do you think I was used for? Washing up. Can you see what is missing? The taps. How would they add the water? FACT: I was made from porcelain.
Acknowledgements www.antiques-online.uk.com/ 00259%20Copper%20Kettle.htm http://www.schoolsliaison.org.uk/human_history/ victorian/VicMainPage.html www.virtualbrum.co.uk/history/nechells.htm
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