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Southern Colonies Presentation

March 2012

During Spirt Week the TLC olders finished up their colonial studies with a joint presentation about the Southern Colonies! The older students from  Monhegan and Cliff collaborated on a project together to learn as much as they could about the Southern Colonies and then they had to create a presentation about what they had learned to share with the other TLC schools! 

 First up, Eliza from Cliff presented her argument of why Maryland would be a great colony to live in!


 Next up, Quinn from Monhegan, representing Georgia!


 Not only was he adorning a fabulous colonial wig and hat, he made his own "jail-mate" t-shirt for the presentation!


 Dalton from Monhegan talked about  the Carolinas! He had a hat and wig too! And made some flags for the special event. What a good sport, for an eighth grade boy!


 After the presentation their TLC classmates shared with them which colonial representatives they thought were the most persuasive and where they would want to live if their were living during colonial times! The great thing is that their were students who wanted to live in every single Southern colony!


 Then the Ashley Bryan school got a chance to share some of the work they have done so far during the Colonial unit!


They created a beautiful timeline about the history of immigration to America, beginning with colonial times!


Love this! I wish this kid would were this outfit all the time!



Here's a  little taste of the Southern Colonies presentation!


Well done my little Colonial Representatives, well done!

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