He was on his way north to Independence when he came to Pa’s house. How did the cowboys pay Pa for the work he did for them? “Yes, thank you,” Laura said, politely. Before long, the entire family is sick in bed, and Laura passes in and out of a feverish delirium. Then Ma tucked in the covers and Ma’s hand burned against Laura’s cheek. It is malaria and mosquitoes would give it to people when they bit them. Go to sleep.” Chapter 6. He took hold of Pa’s sleeve with his teeth and shook it. She could swallow the powder but she couldn’t swallow the bitterness. The chapters are grouped as follows: Chapter 1-3, And when Pa came back he was balancing a watermelon in front of him on the saddle. Chapter 6 [:33] 7. Strange things seemed to keep happening in a haze. He braced it firmly, and then he wove the thin willow-strips across and up and down, under and over each other, till they filled in the chairback. “Your face is hot as fire.” Rate. Sometimes he howled and she thought he was a wolf, but she was not afraid. She dipped up some water, and she set out to cross that enormous floor again. The very next day, without saying where he was going, Pa rode away on Patty. “This watermelon grew in the night air,” said Ma. Now he was doctoring all the sick settlers. “You mustn’t. Plot Summary One winter during the late 1800s, Laura Ingalls and her family leave the woods of Wisconsin for the West because where they live has become crowded with new settlers. Laura saw Pa lying on the floor by the big bed. Ma looked at Mary and then she looked at Laura, and she whispered, “Laura, can you?” Chapter 11. They made a stout windlass that stood over the well with two buckets that hung from it on the ends of a rope. “You can’t be cold,” she said. Why did Ma give the Indians the cornbread and let them take pa's tobacco? What animal smell did Laura recognize when the Indians were in her house? What happened when Mr. Scott did not listen to Pa's advice? Chapter 4. Chapter 15. The chapters are grouped as follows: Chapter 1-3, Free The Little House on the Prairie study unit worksheets for teachers to print. Every day they ate all the blackberries they wanted, and the next winter they would have dried blackberries to stew. What fruit did Laura and Mary pick that was in abundance? They all wanted him to stay longer, but he had to hurry away. 1974 Little House on the Prairie. Season: OR . She would see Pa crouching by the fire in the middle of the night, then suddenly sunshine hurt her eyes and Ma fed her broth from a spoon. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Snakes hurriedly crawled away from them, and in the trees the squirrels woke up and chattered at them. “Who’s got watermelons?” “There was no arguing with them. She stayed in the house to mind Baby Carrie, because she was older. (details of Giveaway at the end) O(5) told me that she wanted to have a "Little House on the Prairie" party for her 6th birthday shortly after Elliott's brain tumor diagnosis, and I was so thankful to her for giving me something fun to … Chapter 1 [:58] 2. Laura and Mary didn’t feel like playing. And the chair was done. It felt good to be in bed. Chapter 2 [15:11] 3. Ma said, “You’re sicker than I am, Charles.” Some were in the shade of trees and some were in the sun, but the sun was so hot that Laura and Ma stayed in the shade. Mary tied the string of beads around Carrie’s neck. She crawled all the way across the floor to the water-bucket. Chapter 15, Fever 'N' Ague The hot weather brings swarms of mosquitoes, and everyone is constantly bitten. colt and the calf and the cow were stamping and swishing their tails in the the mosquitoes were so thick in the bottoms. Mrs. Scott said that all the settlers, up and down the creek, had fever ’n’ ague. Mary was hot in the bed beside her. He brought some slender willows from the creek bottoms, and he made the chair in the house. “And my back aches.” Chapter 1 [:55] 2. There was only a little water in it. S5, Ep1. Chapter 1 [:56] 2. Mrs. Scott said that all this sickness came from eating watermelons. When… Ma took off her apron and smoothed her smooth brown hair. “But, no,” she said. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Season: OR . No one knew, in those days, that fever ’n’ ague was malaria, and that some mosquitoes give it to people when they bite them. She looked at Mary asleep beside her; she looked at Pa and Ma asleep in the big bed. This area needs to be kept clear of anything that will burn easily. Pa’s head lifted up a little, and he said, “I must get up, I must. Laura did not feel very well. Is that the way you feel, girls? Chapter 14. He pegged one end of half of it to the side of the seat, and curved it up and over and down, and pegged the other end to the other side of the seat. Ma smoothed her forehead with her cool, soft hand and said, “There, now. Chapter 16. Chapter 6 [:32] Disc #5 -- Little House on the Prairie: Season 7 - Episodes 19-22 1. I always loved the Laura Ingalls Wilder books. In stock on January 15, 2021. But when she tried to stand up, the floor rocked and she fell down. Its eyes were black and soft. Why did Pa salt the rabbit skin and peg it out on the house wall to dry? He talked with Pa and Ma, and laughed a rolling, jolly laugh. The damp grass made a smudge of smoke to keep the mosquitoes away. Laura crawled into bed and Ma tucked her in. ( Log Out /  Why did Pa send a candle down the well each day before he went down to do more digging? How did Pa and Mr. Scott get the dirt out of the well? Then she stopped crying. He smiled at her with all his white teeth. Jack’s tongue lapped and lapped at her face, and he quivered and whined. Next day he had a little chill and a little fever. This time she got out of bed. She would not let Laura and Mary eat one bite. Then he took Ma’s hand and led her to the chair, and he put Baby Carrie in her arms. Its teeth shone white in a thick, big mouth. german series: Unsere kleine Farm which has a differing order " 小木屋系列", the Chinese edition of Little House Series published by Echo Ltd. in Taiwan, has a differing order too. He said it would make a warm fur cap for some little girl to wear in the winter. “There now, you feel better, don’t you?” Then slowly it swelled till it was larger than anything could be. It was a strange thing that Jack, Chapter 3. Listen to a selection of the Little House on the Prairie audiobook! Pa’s cheeks were hollows and he walked slowly. Chapter 3 [14:16] 4. She opened her mouth, and Mrs. Scott poured a dreadful bitterness out of a small folded paper onto Laura’s tongue. 8.2 (195) 0 ... updated 15 Sep 2016 Create a list » User Lists. It was made from oak slabs and straw-tick. ( Log Out /  “Yes, Ma,” Laura said. Chapter 9. “Now go to sleep,” said Mrs. Scott. “I’m hot now,” she said. Mary’s eyes didn’t open. Then she saw Ma’s red face looking over the edge of the bed. She lay burning up and hearing him howl. When she woke up, a fat woman was stirring the fire. bites. Chapter 1 [:57] 2. Little House on the Prairie - Kindle edition by Wilder, Laura Ingalls, Williams, Garth. Includes printable and digital versions. Water spilled down her neck. But Ma still smiled her lovely smile, and Pa whistled cheerfully. The mellow, deep voice said again, “Drink it. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. There were no words, only voices. Little House on the Prairie Laura Ingalls Wilder CHAPTER 15 FEVER ’N’ AGUE Now blackberries were ripe, and in the hot afternoons Laura went with Ma to pick them. Everybody knows that fever ’n’ ague comes from breathing the night air.” Her face and her hands and her bare feet were covered with brier scratches and mosquito bites. Only little babies cried. by Laura Ingalls Wilder and Garth Williams | Oct 25, 2016. He wove hese strips back and forth, under and over, till they made a seat for the chair. Chapter 3 [14:39] 4. The damp grass made a smudge of smoke, to keep the mosquitoes away. But she did get hold of it. But they liked to bite Laura and Ma as much as they liked to eat blackberries. “Drink it all up, like a good child,” she said. Little House on the Prairie (1974–1983) Episode List. This novel study divides Little House on the Prairie into eight sections for study. “I want a drink of water, please,” Laura said. CHAPTER 15 It was a long time before she began to get warm again. That made a high, curved back to the chair. Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. S1, Ep0. We read them aloud to our three oldest children and we’re in the process of reading them with our fourth child. Mary was sobbing, “I want a drink of water! Chapter 13. Mary was all the time crying for water. This is a novel study for Little House on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Laura felt like crying, but of course she didn’t. This is a novel study for Little House on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Includes printable and digital versions. He curved them from the front of the seat to the chair-back, and he filled them in with woven strips. Blue jays flew at their sunbonnets and scolded because they were taking the berries. Next morning Laura felt so much better that she wanted to get up, but Mrs. Scott said she must stay in bed until the doctor came. Nothing had ever been so tempting as that watermelon, on that hot day. Related lists from IMDb users. With the other half of the split sapling Pa made arms for the chair. Laura drank water and swallowed and swallowed and drank again. Chapter 1. “I’m Mrs. Scott,” the woman said, smiling. Why did Pa keep piles of damp grass burning around the house and stable on nights when the wind was not blowing? She was tired and she ached. Chapter 5. She said she had warned them. Pa said, "Where a candle can't live, I know I can't." They would eat those melons, and now But at night, if the wind wasn’t blowing hard, mosquitoes came in thick swarms. Then Pa took his fiddle, and he played and sang to Ma in the firelight. He let it fall on the floor, and dropped down beside it. Laura swallowed a bitter swallow and tried to turn her head away, but the cup followed her mouth. Malaria, or what was referred to as fever n ague in “The Little House on the Prairie, is caused by being bitten by an infected mosquito. stable. Laura is achy and feverish, and the whole family soon is sick. Disc #1 -- Little House on the Prairie: Season 8 1. He wasn’t able to work, so he could make a rocking-chair for Ma. Dr. Tan had stayed with them a day and a night before Mrs. Scott came. Chapter 5 [10:32] 6. Why was Laura upset about the beads she and Mary had found at the Indian camp? Chapter 5 [10:02] 6. Then he cut thin strips of the tough willow-skin, just under the bark. Chapter 17. There were plenty of berries. Chapter 3 [14:15] 4. Chapter 2 [15:07] 3. All night Pet and Patty and the Do your very bones ache?” Zone 1 is closest to the house and reaches out at least 15 feet---more if there are hills or heavy fire fuels surrounding the home. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Little House on the Prairie. One day she felt cold even in the hot sunshine, and she could not get warm by the fire. “It must weigh forty pounds, and I’m as weak as water. Over the pillows Pa spread the quilt from the little bed. Pa was loading everything else into the wagon and hitching up Pet and Patty. Mr. Edwards did not come visiting after supper any more, because FEVER ’N’ AGUE “I haven’t tasted a good slice of watermelon since Hector was a pup,” said Pa. Ma blamed the watermelon. Chapter 2 [14:47] 3. Ma asked why she and Mary did not go out to play, and Laura said she didn’t feel like playing. Then the doctor came. The red heart actually looked frosty. So Mrs. Scott went home. "I do believe they are sick." There is the truth as Laura wrote in her books and there is the truth of her real life. Little House on the Prairie Book Study – Lasting Thumbprints. Ma looked at them and said they looked healthy enough. Little House on the Prairie (1974–1983) Episode List. Laura opened her eyes and saw bright sunshine. It went into the melon with a luscious sound. What do we now know about the "fever 'n' ague" that the Ingalls were sick with. 30 Mar. Ma called Pa, and he came in. She was tanned, like Ma. “I do believe you would,” said Ma, handing him the knife. Jack pawed at Pa and whined. Chapter 5 [7:57] 6. There were not enough well people to take care of the sick, and she had been going from house to house, working night and day. Something dwindled slowly, smaller and smaller, till it was tinier than the tiniest thing. Year: Season 5. Two voices jabbered faster and faster, then a slow voice drawled more slowly than Laura could bear. “Charles, do look at the girls,” she said. Don’t worry,” Ma said, cheerfully. Wherever they went among the scratchy briers, mosquitoes rose up in buzzing swarms. What were the symptoms of the "fever 'n' ague" that nearly killed Laura and her family? Little House on the Prairie (Little House #2) Level: 4.9 Points: 8.0. Ma said she didn’t know how they could ever thank her, and Mrs. Scott said, “Pshaw! This face smiled, and a deep voice said, softly, “Drink this, little girl.”, An arm lifted under her shoulders, and a black hand held a cup to her mouth. Pa and Laura put Mary’s pillow on the chair-seat, and set Laura’s pillow against its back. 1. So, they did not know what could have caused their fever ’n’ ague. We read aloud through the entire series more than once. The good, cold water made Laura feel better. She pinned her gold pin in the front of her collar. The fat woman brought it at once. Caroline and the girls.” Then his head fell back and he lay still. Dr. Tan, a black doctor who cares for the Indians, happens by the house and finds them. Some were in the shade of trees and some were in the sun, but the sun… I want a drink of water!” Jack went back and forth between the big bed and the little bed. They ate their breakfast of cornmeal mush with prairie-hen gravy, and hurried to help Ma wash the dishes. I call them teachable moments. She held on to Ma’s neck while Ma was undressing her, and she begged Ma to tell her what was wrong with her. Chapter 1 [:57] 2. But he stood still and firm when she took hold of him and sat up against him. They were all thin and shaky, but they could take care of themselves. She said, “I’ve said a hundred times, if I have once, that watermelons—” Who helped the family when they were sick? t was so queer to be put to bed in the daytime, and Laura was so hot that everything seemed wavering. And every soul who had eaten one of those melons was down sick that very minute. Ma stopped her work and asked, “Where do you ache?” The dipper fell on the floor, and Laura crawled under the covers. The green rind split open, and there was the bright red inside, flecked with black seeds. Laura tried to get up, but she was too tired. Related lists from IMDb users. Thanks for exploring this SuperSummary Study Guide of “Little House on the Prairie” by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Ma would not taste it. What do both Pa and the candle flame need to live? "Well, I don't feel too well myself," said Pa. "First I'm hot and then I'm cold, and I ache all over. they’re paying for it.”. “But, Charles!” Ma said. Laura Ingalls Wilder was born in the Big Woods of Wisconsin on February 7, 1867, to Charles Ingalls and his wife, Caroline. Pa could not play his fiddle in the evenings because so many mosquitoes bit him. Chapter 5 [10:56] 6. Like what you hear? Chapter 7 [:01] 1. “I thought I’d never get it here,” he said. Ma wondered and wondered where he had gone. ( Log Out /  But she said something must be wrong or they wouldn’t be so quiet. The fat woman brought her a cup of hot prairie-chicken broth. 4.9 out of 5 stars 412. Chapter 4 [7:02] 5. He split a long, straight sapling down the middle. Now blackberries were ripe, and in the hot afternoons Laura went with Ma to pick them. And he was the black man. Laura drank every drop of the good broth. “All of you down at once.” What might have happened if Dr. Tan hadn’t found them, she didn’t know. Chapter 4 [7:08] 5. Ma often sat down to rest. Chapter 18. Little House on the Prairie Chapter Guides – Little House Teacher’s Guides . who hated strangers and never let one come near the house until Pa or Ma told him to, had gone to meet Dr. Tan and begged him to come in. Ma rocked and Baby Carrie went to sleep, and Mary and Laura sat on their bench and were happy. Chapter 6 [:33] 7. Little House on the Prairie Laura Ingalls Wilder CHAPTER 5 THE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE Laura and Mary were up next morning earlier than the sun. The chair rocked her gently and she said, “Oh, Charles, I haven’t been so comfortable since I don’t know when.” Next day he was out of bed. 56 pages of student work, plus an answer key! Jack stayed beside her all the way. She pulled up Laura’s skirt and petticoats to see where her legs ached, and suddenly Laura shivered all over. Chapter 12. Little House 4-Book Box Set: Little House in the Big Woods, Farmer Boy, Little House on the Prairie, On the Banks of Plum Creek. Chapter 7. Is that the way you feel, girls? When Laura was still a baby, Pa and Ma decided to move to a farm near Keytesville, Missouri, and the family lived there about a year. Little House on the Prairie, published in 1935, is the third of the series of books known as the Little House series, but only the second book to focus on the life of the Ingalls family.The book takes place from 1874–1875. Ma leaned back into the softness. They aren’t the only ones interested in the berries; mosquitoes swarm and buzz in the … In fact, the books were woven throughout our homeschooling for years. Laura looked at her carefully and she was not black. “This won’t last long,” Pa said. They were hot and cold, their bones ached, and were very tired. He could stop any time to put wood on the fire or lift a kettle for Ma. Ma put her hand against Laura’s cheek. Laura didn’t exactly know. Laura’s fingers and her mouth were purple-black with berry juice. She knew she must get water to stop Mary’s crying, and she did. Year: Season 1. What are neighbors for but to help each other out?” “Nonsense!” Pa said. I’d eat this melon if I knew it would give me chills and fever.” “What’s that?” Pa exclaimed. But next day she had a chill and a little fever. The most common illnesses during that time for pioneers were malaria, small pox, cholera, and typhoid fever. What might have happened if the girls had disobeyed Pa and let Jack loose when the Indians came? She lay and watched Mrs. Scott tidy the house and give medicine to Pa and Ma and Mary. Dr. Tan was a doctor with the Indians. 11 Sep. 1978 As Long as We're Together: Part I. Other Little House on the Prairie books: Little House: The Martha Years Little House: The Charlotte Years Little House: The Caroline Years Little House: The Rose Years Chapter Boo… “I ache, too,” Mary said. Free Printables. Change ). Her hands held on to the dipper and her mouth swallowed all the water out of it. Then it was Laura’s turn. My family loves the Little House on the Prairie books. Chapter 10. And they were spattered with purple stains, too, where she had slapped at the mosquitoes. It is the third book in the “Little House” series. 56 pages of student work, plus an answer key! Comprehension by chapter, vocabulary challenges, creative reading response activities and projects, tests, and much more! A modern alternative to SparkNotes and CliffsNotes, SuperSummary offers high-quality study guides that feature detailed chapter summaries and analysis … Sometimes she heard Jack sobbing. Start studying Little House on the Prairie - Chapters 11-15 Comprehension. Every morning they all took those bitter powders. She would have been afraid of him if she had not liked him so much. Mary threw off the covers, and Laura cried because she was so cold. The "Little House" Books is a series of American children's novels written by Laura Ingalls Wilder, based on her childhood and adolescence in the American Midwest (Wisconsin, Kansas, Minnesota, South Dakota, and Missouri) between 1870 and 1894. The next day, Laura was up. Chapter 4 [7:57] 5. “It’s an ill wind that doesn’t blow some good,” he said. On still nights Pa kept piles of damp grass burning all around the house and stable. In what ways was the bed Pa and Ma made different from the beds we use today? The big, black, juicy berries hung thick in brier-patches in the creek bottoms. She just said: “I just ache. It was coal-black and shiny. Laura did not exactly go to sleep, but she didn’t really wake up again for a long, long time. My Ántonia, set in rural Nebraska, captures this longing, and can be compared to such works as Sherwood Anderson's Winesburg, Ohio (1919), Laura Ingalls Wilder's Little House on the Prairie (1935) and Sinclair Lewis' Main Street (1920). Then she was burning up, and Pa’s hand shook the cup of water. Mrs. Scott said—” “Well, I don’t feel any too well myself,” said Pa. “First I’m hot and then I’m cold, and I ache all over. Chapter 8. Chapter 4 [10:23] 5. Hand me the butcher knife.” Little House on the Prairie: 21st Century Edition Tuesday, January 15, 2013. A "Little House on the Prairie" Party AND a Giveaw ay!!! Mrs. Scott said that one of the settlers had planted watermelons in the creek bottoms. Reading Little House on the Prairie with children today requires explanation. “It’s a wonder you ever lived through,” she said. “Give me the butcher knife. She shivered so that her teeth rattled in her mouth. The One, Twos, Threes of Pioneer Life: A Little House Counting Book – Herbert Hoover Presidential Library. In the daytime there were only one or two mosquitoes in the house. I want a drink of water! I grew up on a farm 40 miles from De Smet, South Dakota, one of the settings for Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House on the Prairie series. Chapter 3 [14:02] 4. Laura had never seen a black man before and she could not take her eyes off Dr. Tan. My legs ache.” Mosquitoes were thick on the big, ripe berries, sucking the sweet juice. Pioneers had little knowledge of how these illnesses were spread or about treatment. Mary hardly ever went to pick blackberries. “And here you all were, more dead than alive,” Mrs. Scott said. Pa laughed his big, pealing laugh again. Her thin cheeks flushed and her eyes sparkled with tears, but her smile was beautiful. “We start learning the minute we're born, Laura. She heard voices jabbering again, and the slow voice drawling, and she opened her eyes and saw a big, black face close above her face. Then Ma and Pa looked a long time at each other and Ma said, “The place for you girls is bed.”. 8.2 (1,212) 0. And in the morning Laura’s forehead was speckled with mosquito wind will settle ’em!” But Pa ate slice after slice after slice, until at last he sighed and said the cow could have the rest of it. Pa sent a candle to see if there were any gases at the bottom of the well. It will make you well.” So Laura swallowed the whole bitter dose. First he made four stout legs and braced them firmly with crosspieces. Then Ma got up, and then Mary. Before we begin to read the book in my classroom I take a few moments to talk about Wilder’s real life and the historical accuracy of her books. Laura looked again at the fat woman and asked, “Who are you?”. Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. She shook so with cold that she could hardly get hold of the dipper. Chapter 15: Fever 'n' Ague "'Charles, do look at the girls," she said. We just read the chapter describing when the entire Ingalls family came down with malaria, or “fever ‘n’ ague” as they called it. After they began to get better, what did Pa make Ma? “I’m here to take care of everything till you’re all well.” The big, black, juicy berries hung thick in brier-patches in the creek bottoms. He was so very black. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Mary and Laura said that was the way they felt. In Chapter 15, “Fever ‘N’ Ague” of Little House on the Prairie, the heat is so intense that Laura and Ma have to stop picking blackberries in the creek bottoms and sit in the shade. Deer lay in the shady groves and watched Ma and Laura. And if we're wise, we don't stop until the Lord calls … “You will be all right. Chapter 7 [:01] 1. 1 ... updated 15 Sep 2016 Create a list » User Lists. He could hardly carry it into the house. Last of all, he split a larger willow which had grown in a curve. “This is a good melon. He turned the chair upside down, and he pegged the curved pieces to its legs, to make the rockers. Chapter 6 [:33] 1. This novel study divides Little House on the Prairie into eight sections for study. But a good many mosquitoes came, anyway. She heard Pa say, “Go to bed, Caroline.” ( Log Out /  “Fall’s not far away, and the first cold Those books naturally became an important part of our homeschooling. Chapter 15 Summary: “Fever’N’Ague”. Jack might have bitten the Indians and that would have caused trouble. Why should it have fever ’n’ ague? Laura and Mary begin to feel feverish and lethargic, and Pa and Ma quickly fall ill too. Chapter 2 [14:09] 3. Chapter 2. “I do believe they are sick.” But every day they brought home pails full of berries, and Ma spread them in the sun to dry. 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