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Thanksgiving Pilgrims and Native Americans Informational Text Activity. This document provides your students with two informational text articles that they will read and then answer questions based on the CCSS.
The History Detective topic for this activity is: about the Pilgrims vs the Wampanoag during the 1600's. Students will read two articles about the different groups, and then have to answer questions about the articles. They will have to use evidence from the text to explain their answers.
Included in this bundle is:
→Student Article Handout (3-pages)
→Student Questions (2-pages)
→Answer Key (1-page)
→Project Choices (1-page)
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This is a great way for your students to learn more about these two topics, while practicing using informational text to answer questions.
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