Help your students wrap their heads around the 17th century and the first Thanksgiving, by sharing my photographs of . . .
* The Mayflower II, an exact representation of the original ship,
* Plymouth Rock,
* Plimoth Plantation and a
* Wampanoag village.
I took them on a recent trip to Massachusetts. If you’re ever visiting out east, I highly recommend a stop at these historic places.
Using the photographs to explain things, makes this time period more real, working on activities more meaningful, and students’ writing prompts more vivid and factual.
Click on the link to zip on over to my blog, where they’re today’s featured FREEBIE: Thankful for Photographs of Historical Places.
From Diane, over at TeachWithMe.com
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