Plymouth Plantation

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Quiz: Plymouth Plantation

Students blast back in time to the original Plymouth Plantation of 1620, the first colonial settlement in southern New England. Follow along as they learn about daily life and culture, the roles of Pilgrim men and women, the voyage of the Mayflower, and the importance of the Mayflower Compact. Understand that Thanksgiving for the Pilgrims was a daily practice, not just a feast held once a year.

Student Application

The Plymouth Plantation was the first settlement created by the Pilgrims in the New World. Learn how they lived and worked to establish a new community based on religious freedom.

Learning Objectives

  1. Students will understand why the Pilgrims left England for the "New World." The Pilgrims wanted to live in a place where they could practice their religion separate from the Church of England. In the 1600's people could not practice their own religion. In fact, everyone in England had to belong to the Church of England. Those who disagreed with the ...

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