- Grade Level:
- Kindergarten-Second Grade
- African American History and Culture, Colonial History, History
- 45 Minutes
- Group Size:
- Up to 36 (6-12 breakout groups)
- in the park
- National/State Standards:
- W.2.8, RI.2.3, RI.2.10
OverviewThis on-site scavenger hunt worksheet will aid early elementary students in exploring Kingsley Plantation.
This lesson guides students through the buildings and locations of Kingsley Plantation engaging them to think about the history of structures still standing today.
History Hunt Worksheet
Print out a classroom set of worksheet prior to your scheduled visit to Kingsley Plantation. Remember to instruct students to bring pencils on the day of the field trip.
Use this worksheet as part of either a self-guided or a ranger guided field trip. If you are attending a ranger talk please save the activity for after your program. Instruct students to follow the instructions on the worksheet.
Tabby Slave Cabins - Drawing should include a wooden roof and may include barrels, benches, enslaved people and plantation period objects.
Garden - Answers vary.
Kitchen House - The kitchen house was in a separate building to prevent fire from spreading to to keep the main house cooler. Anna Kingsley lived in the kitchen house.
Planter's House - Answers vary.
Barn - Plow and Scythe.
Dock - Map activity.
To schedule a field trip please call 904.251.3537.
Vocabularyslave, cabin, planter, cotton