Queen Victoria had nine children. Her children were called Edward, Alfred, Arthur
, Leopold, Victoria, Alice, Helena, Louise and Beatrice. The royal family ...
If you were a child from a poor family at the beginning of the Victorian times, you
... and swept the crossing places where rich people crossed the busy roads.
This led to major problems with overcrowding and poverty. Disease and early
death were common for both rich and poor people. Victorian children did not
Type of Home. Education. Daily Routine. Toys. Life expectancy. Clothes.
Resources used to locate information. Learning Outcome: I can investigate the
lives of ...
www.shelbycs.org/ms/media center/victorian england/
Aug 30, 2012 ... Social Class, Find out what jobs were associated with which classes. ... Read
about the differences between the poor and rich classes' homes. ... Children,
Children in Victorian Britain, What did children from poor families do?
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 ...
When Queen Victoria came to the throne in 1837 education was still mainly for
the ... Rich children might have a governess to teach them at home until they
Mar 16, 2009 ... In the Victorian Era, most women were house wives. These women ... Although
they. did have a variety of activities to do, their days mostly consisted of the same
routines. .... Many wealthy families wanted children for heirs.
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 ...
There were many indoor and outdoor activities that became 'the rage'. ... Children
were considered a replaceable resource so conditions were often unregulated ...