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Re: Children's activities

Poster: Caitlin Cheannlaidir <caitlin@phosphor-ink.com>

At 03:28 PM 10/29/98 -0600, Greg Glewwe wrote: 

> I apoligize for not keying in on an age group...most of the activities that
> are planned as children's activities do cater to 4 to 8 years of age. Her
> Grace Melisande has a very good and strong point in regard to our
children as
> they age. As my daughter is getting active and seeking interests we
> personally have been fortunate to have other adults to inspire and teach. 

In Storvik, we are fortunate to have a Child Pack of children in stair-step
sizes.  For the most part, they amuse each other.  When they come to us for
amusement, we respond in a period manner by putting them to work.  That
that they amuse each other most of the time!  While we may not know everything
about medieval children, it is virtually certain that they did not expect
adults, as a general rule, to entertain them.

--Caitlin Cheannlaidir

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