|Thanksgiving is a time to be
thankful! Thanksgiving is a time that we spend with our family
members and eat lots of turkey and pumpkin pie! At this webpage,
you will be able to learn more about
Thanksgiving. You will learn about the meaning of Thanksgiving,
the Pilgrims and Indians, and many more sites to help you make
Thanksgiving exciting! Let's get started!
|This site will teach you how to grow your own
corn. You can grow corn just like the Indians at Thanksgiving.
|This site will help keep you entertained while
you are learning. Just use your English books to help you find
nouns, verbs, and adjectives and place them where they belong in the
|This site will show you how to make a turkey out
of stuff that you will find outside. Try going on a nature trail
and finding leaves and a pine cone.
|Have a question about a Thanksgiving. You
find it here at this site. Find out all you wanted to know about
wild turkeys and farm turkeys.
|To make a turkey snack, this site will be lots of
fun for you and your friends. Ask your mom to get this stuff at
the store for you and you can make dessert!
|Why do we eat turkey at Thanksgiving? To learn
about the turkey you can go to this site and find out all of the
exciting facts you never knew about a turkey.
|The Pilgrims and the Indians!!!
Find out how they made it a national holiday and why we celebrate this day.
|This site will be fun and a learning
experience. This is a site that all you need is a printer and a
pencil. Figure out the words that go in the word puzzle and have
|What is the meaning of Thanksgiving? Find
out the meaning at this site and why we use the turkey as one of our
|The story of the first Thanksgiving is at this
site. Read to find out what happened.
We are going to go back in time to 1621 in a time capsule, the day of the first Thanksgiving. When you get off of the time capsule you will be invisible so no one can see you. Ready, let's go!
You step off the capsule and look around you. Everyone is wearing very different clothes. Look at the Indians...what are they wearing? Now, look at the Pilgrims...and what are they wearing.
Now think, what would you wear if you had of lived back in 1621? Would you be a Pilgrim or an Indian? I would like you to draw a picture on a piece of white paper. The picture should be of what you would wear to the Thanksgiving feast. When drawing remember to use your imagination and make it very colorful!
Check out this site to help you come up with some ideas:
Pilgrims and Indians
1. Your teacher will supply you with white paper.
2. Make sure to have all the color crayon colors you want.
3. Draw a picture of what you would wear if you lived in 1621 as either a Pilgrim or an Indian. Make sure to include hats, belts, feathers, bows, etc.
4. Make sure you do your best and take a lot of time because later you will show your classmates and your teacher will scan your picture onto the internet.
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