Springtime on the Victorian Farm; lambs are being born as well as piglets. Ruth starts a chicken concern. Peter has an all night vigil with the pigs.
The boys bring out a sheepherders wagon in preparation for lambing season. It's something that the boys will use to sleep in while keeping watch over the flocks.
Ruth starts cleaning out the cottage as part of spring cleaning. She uses a variety of Victorian methods to sweep up the dust and clean the cottage from top and bottom. Alex keeps an eye on the wheat and grows concerned that it's not doing well. He takes advice from other farmers and the Book of the Farm. He is determined that the crop will not fail.
Ruth makes a new dress with the assistance of a historic costumer. She tries to get a grip with a Victorian sewing machine.
You can use this episode of the series in the classroom when there is a sub in the room. Unless you want to use it as a supplement for a lecture in a history classroom.
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You can find the link to the YouTube video here.
Victorian Farm Episode 4 Questions
Victorian Farm Episode 4 Answers
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