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  1.   How are we alike and different from the Pilgrims?
Student Work Title: How are we alike and different from the Pilgrims? Name: Lynnsley Cadwallader and Nicole Sedore?Kindergarten Topic: Through this mini-unit, we will be studying the similarities and differences between the Pilgrims and ourselves. The mini-unit includes activities that will allow the students to identify characteristics of Pilgrim children such as the foods...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  2.   Who Were/Are the "Pilgrims?"
Thanksgiving Lesson 4 Lesson Topic/Subject: Who Were/Are the "Pilgrims?" Grade Level: Third Grade Teacher of Lesson: Cari Schaffer Objectives: 1. Students will look at who the "Thanksgiving Pilgrims" were and why they left their land. 2. Students will be exposed to their journey, looking at their route through the seas as well as the set-up of their ship. 3. Students will lear...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  3.   Pilgrim-for-rent
Developing Teachers.com A web site for the developing language teacher site search Ideas Pilgrim- for-rent Fatima Current lesson plan Teaching Tip Past Teaching Tips The theme of this lesson could simply be a different way of doing things or it could be a way into changing values. Current Or it could be just about pilgrims & pilgrimages & the Newsletter miracles at Fatima. A word of warning - although t...
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    Grade Level: 3-12

  4.   Proud Pilgrim Hats
Proud Pilgrim Hats Investigate the authentic clothing worn by European immigrants to North America then create historically accurate hats to wear in reenactments. 1. Research information about the immigrants from cities in Europe who came to the Wampanoag village of Patuxet, Massachusetts in 1620. You will find that the c...
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    Grade Level: K-8

  5.   The Pilgrims: Sacrifice for Freedom
Title III Technology Literacy Challenge Grant Learning Unit LU Title: The Pilgrims: Sacrifice for Freedom Author(s): Susan Grota Grade Level: 1st School : Oppenheim-Ephratah Central School Topic/Subject Area: Social Studies English Language Arts Address: 6486 Highway 29 St. Johnsville, NY 13452 Email: grotas@oecs.k12.ny.us Phone/Fax: (518) 568-2014 (518) 568-2941 fax Overview Many childre...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  6.   Reflections of a Different Time; Pilgrim Children
Reflections of a Different Time; Pilgrim Children Description Students create a reflective journal entry on the lives of Pilgrim children. Optional opportunities are provided for students to use a word processing program or create a PowerPoint presentation. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards LA.B.2.2.3.4.1 The student writes for a variety o...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  7.   What Should I Wear Today? Pilgrims Didn't Ask
What Should I Wear Today? Pilgrims Didn't Ask Description The students compare everyday dress of the Pilgrims in Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1620, to the dress of modern Americans today. They discover that clothing denoted more information about a person of that time period than it does today. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards LA.B.1...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  8.   Pilgrims' Thanksgiving Turkey
Pilgrims' Thanksgiving Turkey Grade Level(s): K, 1-2 By: Gillian Pilcher, Special Education Teacher I used this activity in the afternoon to review the morning discussion on the Pilgrims and Thanksgiving. Objectives: Recall facts from lesson. Write complete sentences. Materials: writing paper- cut into sentence stri...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  9.   Thanksgiving, Pilgrims, Native Americans
Thanksgiving Internet Lesson Plan Ms. Schiffman's First Grade Home Page Ms. Schiffman's Thematic Internet Lesson Plans Sandy Schiffman Keeling Elementary School Date: November 2000 (Three half hour sessions) Grade Level: First Grade Title of Lesson: What is Thanksgiving about? Who were the Pilgrims? Who are Native Americans? State Standards Standard One: History 1SS-F1 Demonstrate the ability to place events in chronological sequence, with emphasis on: PO 2 recognizing a sequence of events 1SS-F2 describes everyday life in the past and recognizes that some aspects change and others stay the same, with...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  10.   Pilgrim - Compare/Contrast
...n Processing Standard: Constructs and uses simple graphs and charts, e.g., bar, line and circle graphs. National Standard: ??????????? NCSS: ??????????????????????? People, Places, and Environments 5. Specific Objectives:? The students in this first grade class will compare and contrast the life of pilgrims to today's life by completing a Venn diagram with an accuracy of 5 out of 6. 6. Procedures: Motivation/Getting Their Attention:? To get the lesson started I will ask the students to tell what they think it was like to be a pilgrim. Tie to previous learning:? This lesson ties to the previous learning of pilg...
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    Grade Level: K-2


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