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They built snow forts and had snowball battles. They went skating on the ponds and creeks with skates made of bone and sledding on hills and on the ice. However, there is no evidence that children went skiing until the mid 19th century. Spring brought a change of weather and a chance to play with baby animals. Summer was a time to catch birds and insects, swim and play in the water, make flower chains, and wander the countryside.
Children made up games and stories and acted out daily events. One of the girl's favorites was a mock funeral where a doll was dressed in a shroud and carried down the street while the "mourners" placed blankets over their heads and wept and wailed. Boys on the other hand, like to play at war. The monks of Westminster Abbey, for example, were required to have a bath four times a year: It is hard to know if these rules were being followed, or if they were intended to mean Medieval nobility naked the monks could only bathe then. For most people, having a private bath was not an option — it was simply too costly and too time-consuming to have their own baths.
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