Just For Kids. Think history is boring?
Not at Plimoth Plantation! Whether you visit the Museum in person, or stop by online, Plimoth Plantation makes history fun! This section of the website is made for kids, with activities like coloring pages, a cool Thanksgiving online activity, and a place where you can learn to talk like a Pilgrim! You can also read about 17th-century life and learn about what it was like to be a Pilgrim or Native child in the 1600s.
If you have a homework assignment on Native or Colonial history, the Homework Help section is the place to get it done, with information from the experts at Plimoth Plantation. Want to learn more about what a visit to Plimoth Plantation is like? If you really want to have fun with history, check out our school vacation activities and our summer adventures. Here's some of the cool stuff that's Just for Kids: Coloring Pictures Talk Like a Pilgrim Homework Help Thanksgiving Virtual Field Trip Interactive Thanksgiving Activity: You are the Historian. Massachusetts, Our Home - Mary Stockwell.
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The Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts' Kids' Zone - Games, Puzzles, Interactive learning. Massachusetts State Learning Games For Kids - Massachusetts Symbols, Massachusetts Trivia. Massachusetts Videos and Puzzles. Declaration of Independence Facts and Information for Kids. This worksheet has a free sample available.
Download the sample here » Download This Sample This sample is exclusively for KidsKonnect Basic members! To download this worksheet, click the button below to signup for free (it only takes a minute) and you'll be brought right back to this page to start the download! Sign Up Already a member? The Declaration of Independence is the usual name of a statement adopted by the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776, which announced that the thirteen American colonies, then at war with Great Britain, regarded themselves as thirteen newly independent sovereign states, and no longer a part of the British Empire.
The colonists were frustrated with King George and Great Britain. Declaration of Independence Worksheets Throughout the extensive worksheet pack there are multiple lesson resources and quizzes for students to practice their knowledge which can be used within the classroom or homeschooling environment. Five Writers Writing tasks. American Revolution Facts and Information for Kids. George Washington Facts Name George Washington Date of Birth February 22,1732 Date of Death December 14,1799 Place of Birth Westmoreland County, Colony of Virginia, British America Birth Family Augustine Washington and Mary Ball Washington Marriage/Spouse Martha Dandridge Custis Washington Children John Parke Custis (stepson), Martha Parke Custis (stepdaughter), Eleanor Parke Custis Lewis (step-granddaughter,… January 31, 2009 In "People" Declaration of Independence Facts The colonists were frustrated with King George and Great Britain.
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Become a history detective and find out! In this fun, award-winning activity, kids take on the role of “history detectives” to investigate what really happened at the famous 1621 celebration. (Hint: It was a lot more than just a feast!) Along the way, they’ll read a letter written by an eyewitness to the event, learn about Wampanoag traditions of giving thanks, and visit Pilgrim Mary Allerton’s home.
As a final activity, kids can design and print their own Thanksgiving exhibit panel. Your investigation begins HERE! Great for kids (and adults) of all ages, the activities are designed to address Massachusetts’ and national curriculum standards. What You'll Need Adobe Flash PlayerInternet Explorer 8 or betterFirefox 3 or betterSpeakers or headphones - make sure your volume is turned upFor best viewing, set your screen resolution to 1024x768 Downloading Save the file OLC_Install.zip to your hard drive and un-zip the contents.
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