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Third graders create Venn Diagrams after reading Sarah Morton's Day and Samuel Eaton's Day, comparing the lives of colonial students to their own. They analyze similarities/differences among families in different times and places.
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Students discuss life and education of a colonial child and how their lives compare after reading from "History Alive" textbook. They create a Venn Diagram comparing and contrasting two items from colonial education and modern day...
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