Last week, the EK/HS program traveled to a very historically important state: Massachusetts. This trip was the culmination of our entire year's study of America and provided an amazing opportunity to visit many of the places we have read about in both our literature lessons and history lessons for the year.
|A Sunny Day at Plimoth Plantation|
|Bunker Hill Monument|
|A Fun Stop for a Photo on the Freedom Trail!|
The Erdkinder and High School Community
Places We Visited:
Lexington - Buckman Tavern; Concord - Concord Museum and Orchard House where Louisa May Alcott wrote her novels; Salem MA - The House of The Seven Gables and Salem Witch Museum; Cambridge MA - Harvard, Harvard Yard, Peabody Essex Museum; Plymouth, MA - The Plimoth Plantation Museum and Plimoth Grist Mill; Charlestown MA - Bunker Hill Monument, Charlestown Navy Yard, USS Constitution and Museum, Museum of Science; Freedom Trail - Cobbs Burial Ground, Old North Church, Paul Revere House, Old State House, Old South Meeting House, The Granary, The Massachusetts State House, Boston Common, Boston Duck Tours, The Prudential Center.