Native American History; Pilgrims; Content Area Reading; Autumn Themes; Native American
Use these standards-aligned lesson plans to introduce your class to the real story of the first Thanksgiving.
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Now aligned to Common Core State Standards! With this lesson plan, take a closer look at the historical significance of the Pilgrims' voyage, settlement, and first harvest celebration.
With Common Core-aligned lesson plans, your students will explore the relationships between the Pilgrims and Wampanoag, including their experiences, actions, and decisions relating to the settlement of Plimoth colony.
Students compare and contrast the daily lives of the Pilgrims and Wampanoag in this First Thanksgiving activity!
Create classroom assignments based on The Hunger Games books just in time for the release of the Mockingjay: Part II film.
Transcripts of interviews with historical interpreters from Plimoth Plantation to use as inspiration for a Thanksgiving-themed reader's theater
Your students will take a wildlife field trip of your neighborhood to discover what lives there in this Magic School Bus activity.
This lesson plan gives younger students an in-depth look into the First Thanksgiving and helps them understand the experiences of the Pilgrims on their voyage to the New World.
Children engage in educational activities related to Native American culture, including a guessing game and dream analysis.
Teach your students about the history of Native Americans and present-day Native American culture with interactive online activities, book resources, games, and art projects.