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History Pockets Life In Plymouth Colony - EMC3700

History Pockets Life In Plymouth Colony By Evan-Moor

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Bring history alive as students explore the fascinating past by making the interactive projects in History Pockets. Students store the projects in easy-to-make construction paper pockets that are wonderful portfolios for assessment and display. History Pockets—Life in Plymouth Colony, Grades 1-3, contains eight discovery pockets.

Each of the pockets contains:
• a reproducible pocket label
• four dictionary words and pictures
• a fact sheet of background information for the teacher
• a reproducible student information booklet complete with illustrations
• arts and crafts projects, plus writing activities
• Evaluation forms are provided at the end of the book to give students a chance to reflect on all they have learned.

The eight pockets about Pilgrims and their way of life are: Voyage to the New World, The New World, Building a Village, Home Sweet Home, The Family, Working in, Plymouth Colony, Going to School, What Did the Pilgrims Give Us? This resource contains teacher support pages, reproducible student pages, and an answer key.

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  • This product is also listed in our teacher supplies catalog as product codes EME3700,EMEEMC3700.
  • Suggested Grade: 1st to 3rd
  • Suggested Age: 6 to 8
  • UPC: 0023472037008

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