I use a lot of tools to make all the things I make in my trade. (The most interesting tools are tongs and vice.) A lot of of trades couldn’t work without a blacksmiths help/trade.For example, farmers couldn’t get their crops as easy if my trade couldn’t make or fix tools for them. I/Blacksmiths would use beeswax to make sure it doesn't rust because they were near water. Blacksmiths got their name from two parts. The first part of blacksmith comes from black metal (or iron) they would most likely use and the second part -smith came from making/crafting something. When a preacher was not in town the Blacksmith would mary the people over the anvil to symbolize forging their unity together.
i have a lot of tools too
If a horse is sick I am the first person it sees
If a horseshoe is put on wrong it can mess up the hoof or hurt the horse
I need a lot of tools to take off or put on a horse shoe
Farrier means you take care of the whole horse not just the hoofs
I must make sure the hose shoe is put on right I also have to make sure the horse does not kick me🐎
1. The native americans showed us new crops such as corn, beans and squash.
2. The food we grew on our farm was food we used to grow in england such as barley, wheet, fruit and vegetables.
3. We grow more wheat and other grains then our folks would need.
4. Indigo is a very popular plant in my town. Indigo is a very great thing to trade to a clothing maker. Indigo is a deep blue color dye.
5. Our family has to come first so what we sell at markets is if we have too much of any one type of crop or livestock.
1. Candles were the only source of light.
2. Since most candles were made from animal fats we made most candles in the fall.
3. One family would need about 400 candles per year.
4. Sheep tallow was the best and was often mixed with beef tallow
5. Pig tallow had a very bad smell and beeswax smelled the best
1.I have like 40 to 52 hammers.
2.You do not get rich from selling the silver.
3.having this job required the talent of an artist.
4.I actually had to use a sledge hammer.
5.I make shiny stuff.
I would like to make U some silver candle sticks Riling.
1. It takes 45 minutes for bread to rise and 25-45 minutes for it to bake, so it takes about an average of an hour and 15 minutes for each time I put bread in the brick oven.
2. A baker’s dozen is 13.
3. I have to work all day in the heat with many layers of clothes: my apron, dress, corset, petticoat, etc.
4. You could never be sick at the bakery — for, there aren’t really many cures for sicknesses, and we don’t want a sickness to spread.
5. We can NEVER EVER lick our fingers or eat the sugar; again, it will get others sick and it is a waste of hard-earned money.
We are the Fifth Grade class of 2018!