Life in 1620 (Pilgrims)
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Students study life in 1620 and compare it to life in the 21st century by completing visual literacy tasks in Kidspiration, TimeLiner or Microsoft Word. They create a timeline that documents the events that transpired during the year 1620-1621.
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