Ocean Travel to the New World
February 15 to May 16, 1818
Philippine and her four companions finally set off on their journey to the New World. Lesson 3 gives us a glimpse of the hardships of traveling by sailing ship in the 1800’s (crowded, stuffy sleeping quarters, narrow sleeping berths, seasickness, storms, excessive heat, doldrums, pirate ship, fire on the deck, the stench from the hold – burst wine casks, rotting food, molding sea biscuits, contaminated water) and the need to pack your patience.
Lesson 3 resources common to all grade levels. Choose one or more to share with your students.
|Bon Voyage PowerPoint.pdf|
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