You will learn about pilgrims. Fill a virtual suitcase, Take a Tour of the Mayflower. Take the Pilgrim Journey. Discover how pilgrims lived.Learn to talk like a pilgrim. Show your learning in a final project.
Take a Tour of the Mayflower. Click on the play butto to take the tour. Would you want to be a passenger on the Mayflower?
Take the Pilgrim Journey. Click on the play button to travel the Journey across the Atlantic Ocean to America. What places did the crew stop? What kind of challenges did they face? Would you want to take a journey that long?
TAKE THE VOYAGEwww.scholastic.comRelive the journey the Pilgrims took across the Atlantic Ocean.
The Mayflower had very limited space, there wasn't room to carry large suitcases, and other personal items. If you only had one suitcase to pack, what things would be important for you to pack. Click on the play button to fill your suitcase.
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DAILY LIFEwww.scholastic.comThis content resource provides a comparison of the Pilgrim and Wampanoag ways of life. Compare and contrast housing, clothing, food, chores, school, and games.
How did the pilgrims live when they came to America? What type of homes, clothing, shoes, and chores did they have? Click on the play button to learn more about the pilgrim's daily life.
Did you know that pilgrims talked differently than we do today? Click on the play button to learn some of the special language they used. What is your favorite saying?
Would you like to hear what it was like growing up as a pilgrim. Read letters written by children who lived during that time period
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What things come to your mind when you think about Thanksgiving?
Thanksgiving Brainpop Video
Be sure to take the online quizwww.brainpop.comIn this educational animated movie about Social Studies learn about pilgrims, Indians, Native Americans, mayflower, Plymouth rock, corn, turkey, holidays.
Read letters from a pilgrim childwww.scholastic.comSign up to receive letters from a fictional pilgrim character and Native American emailed to you.