Fort Frederica National Monument For Kids

Children learning 18th century musket drill (NPS Photo) GAMES AND TOYS: The Museum Store sells a variety of authentic colonial children's toys and games, including cup and ball, fox and goose, marbles, and jacks.

BOOKS:

Two books written from a child's perspective are available in the Museum Store. "Bloody Summer of 1742" tells the story of a young boy's adventures during the critical summer of 1742, while "Phoebe's Diary" interprets the events through a young girl's eyes. Both are written by award winning author Joyce Blackburn.

Junior Ranger Program

A special Activities Book for children is available at the Information Desk for FREE. Kids can earn a Junior Ranger badge by answering questions and completing activities during their visit.

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