Our field trip to Plymouth was really fun! It was a little chilly and wet, but it was great to visit the Wampanoag Homesite and the 17th Century English Village where the Pilgrims lived. Thank you to our chaperones!
|We had lunch then started our day in the Wampanoag Homesite.|
|soft deer skin|
|Riding in a mishoon|
|"Rain in the Face" invited us into the nush wetu|
to learn about the Wampanoags.
|The children asked great questions!|
|Thank you, Mrs. Dickie and all our other chaperones!|
|The corn watch tower - Wampanoag children had|
the responsibility of sitting in it to throw stones
at the birds trying to eat their crops in the garden.
|The 17th Century English Settler Village|
|The fort at the top of|
the Pilgrim village had cannons.
|Men in the village ages 16-60 were trained|
in the militia and had to wear armor like this.
|The kids were so good traveling to and from!|
|The 3rd grade concert featured songs|
about Thanksgiving and delicious food!
|Our violinists were outstanding!|