Monday, 7 May 2012

Walk through a Victorian House

Travel back in time to 1870 and help Ruby and Michael look for the missing dog Sam.
Play this game which is an interactive journey during Victorian Times.

Hope you enjoy it!

27 comments:

Sofi R 6a said...

I couldn't find the dog:( it was very difficult for me to do it;the picture was to little!!!
thanks

Lola P said...

miss ale it is hard to find the dog and i couldnt find it , there are so much people in the picture!!!!, but i could see a crouded street on victorian times.

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Jasmine said...

Miss Ale, the dog was really hard to find but in the end I think I found it. The photo was very good. Thanks

manu s said...

it is a very good activity

CandelaC said...

Miss Ale
It was very fun but dificulty
I answerd most of the questions correctly and later I found Sam

Beltrán Pons said...

i could never find the dog it is very difficult!

Beltrán Pons said...

dielaythis picture is very descriptive

Beltrán Pons said...

it was very fun XD

Aline G said...

It was very fun but i couldn`y find the dog

juanrb said...

it was very difficult to find the dog where it was the dog, and they discuibe evry well the characters.

Paula said...

It is very confused to find the dog, but intresting and I enjoy it. At the stree there where a lot of poor people it is very intresting for me to investigate Victorian times.

Anonymous said...

It was quite difficult to find the dog! It was full of people doing there daily routines!! It would there was women walking, men selling, children playing. It was a quite difficult day!
Juana.

Anonymous said...

It was difficult to find the dog but it was a really nice game. This is a super game.
Lauren S

sean said...

i was like ten minutes trying to find the dog but i didn't find it it was very difficult but it was fun keep putting finding games cause they are fun thank you for the game I enjoyed it bye!!!

Anonymous said...

It was veeeeeeery difficult to find the dog but I had a lot of fun and i could investigate a lot of Victorian times.
Nicole B

Anonymous said...

I could see what they cook, how they lived and what they had and did.
Nicole B

Anonymous said...

oI could see what they cook, how they lived and what they had and did.
Nicole B

Jano said...

Miss ale i can see that they had all the markets in the street and it was all disorganized but i liked it.

Anonymous said...

Ms. Ale: I couldn´t find the dog, because in the picture there was a crowd of people, but the image gave me a picture of how were the streets in VICTORIAN TIMES!!!! :)
Taty

Anonymous said...

Dear Miss Ale:
I tried some times to find Sam, the dog but what I saw was lots of shops, that there was no road, lots of people. I realized that people wear VERY different clothing that today. There I saw big dresses, and colorful hats. Shops were not even similar I think that in that times they had a different coin, or even they exchanged food! And shops were on the street were poor people sold food that they harvest from their farms.
I couldn't find the dog.
Thank you!
Barbie

Anonymous said...

I couldn´t see it or find it because it was like hidden and people covered it for me to not see it. THEY WERE DIFFERENTLY DREST FEDE VT 6C

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Anonymous said...

Miss Ale, I couldnt find the dog. I was like 20 minutes looking for it, and I couldnt find it! It was very good anyway.
Thankyou,
Maia T. 6B

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