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Wampanoag Children | Pilgrim Children. A Wampanoag Child's Role. Wampanoag Child at Plimoth Plantation To the Wampanoag People, children are the most ...


This story will help you get to know these people, now known as the Pilgrims, ... Some older children were tempted by the Dutch culture and left their families to ...


Although these games were common in England, historians don't know much about the games that Pilgrim children played. Few people from back then wrote ...


This content resource allows students to compare and contrast the way Pilgrim and Wampanoag children were educated.

Nov 20, 2011 ... A Pilgrim woman discusses education and what the children do at Plimouth Plantation.


This content resource allows students to compare and contrast Pilgrim and Wampanoag chores.


Pilgrim Children's Center is a play-based school that focuses on developmentally appropriate practices with a social/emotional curriculum to provide a strong ...


1 What was life like for Pilgrim children? At meals, they stood up to eat. Before breakfast the Bible was read. They had plates made of wood. These plates were  ...


My students loved learning about the Pilgrim children and what their lives were like during the Colonial Era. Submitted by rey.alberto_1258943 on 11/17/16.


There were a number of children among the passengers of the Mayflower. ... As with many immigrant families in 17th century Holland, the Pilgrim fathers were ...