Plimoth Plantation: Make It At Home

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Tomorrow is Thanksgiving. After you help with all the cleaning, cooking, and eating, here are some games that might have been played by the Pilgrim children and Wampanoag children on the first Thanksgiving. Follow the directions to make the Wampanoag Toss and Catch game. The Pilgrim Fox and Geese board game is one you can play with your relatives after dinner. Make the game board tonight and collect all the game pieces so you will be ready to go. The games will add authenticity to your Thanksgiving celebration.

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