The Victorian era was the period of Queen Victoria's reign from 20 June 1837
until her death, .... In the 19th century, the marriage rate increased, and people
were getting married at a very you...
Dec 11, 2012 ... Life was hard for the both wealthy and poor but in different ways. ... Children were
mostly raised by a nanny who would teach the child ... Day to day living was
nothing more than a lonely monotonous routine and very formal.
Life was not the same for all children during the Victorian times. ... rich families ...
Young children were forced to work as soon as they were old enough to earn ...
Though the Victorian era was a period of extreme social inequality, ... Queen
Victoria, Prince Albert and their nine children, was enthusiastically idealised. ...
By 1900 there were many diversions and entertainments for rich and poor alike.
By contrast, the fortunate children of the wealthy generally were spoiled and ...
the Victorian era, was as one may put it, stuffy, conventional and routine, not to ...
Rich children might have a governess to teach them at home until they were old
enough ... Later in Queen Victoria's reign a number of day schools had begun, ...
It is certain their lives were completely different to the lives poor Victorian children
lived, which consisted of working in factories and chimney sweeping.Rich ...
DAILY ROUTINES: Kids: spent little time with their parents. ... Daily Routine for
Middle Class. Women told ... The British poor homes were made of : Bowing roofs
Travel back in time to 1876 Victorian England and experience middle class life as
it ... We try to spend about an hour a day with the children in the drawing room.
Mar 16, 2009 ... In the Victorian Era, most women were house wives. These women ... Wealthy
women in society did not have a very difficult life. ... did have a variety of activities
to do, their days mostly consisted of the same routines. .... These children could
help work on the farm, family stores, or in the domestic service.