So, what was it like to be a “doctor” or a barber surgeon in the 16th century, and what could you expect if you were the unfortunate patient?This is such a great series especially for kids who hate to read but love to learn cool facts, or love to say, “Ooh, gross!”For example, if you are apprenticed to a barber surgeon in 1544, you will need to learn how to test urine.You’ll test it when it’s fresh.You’ll test it when it’s cool.You’ll test it when it’s cold.How do you test it?Well, why not taste it to see if it’s sweet or sour?Still with me?If you’re laughing your head off and know your child will too, then get the book and trust me, get all the rest of the books in this series too.What a relief to finally find something “that kid” will read.
You Wouldn't Want to Be Sick in the 16th Century! Diseases You'd Rather Not Catch
- Science Curriculum
- Social Studies Curriculum