Holidays: Thanksgiving Feasts and Festivities
I *guess* we could do something besides eat on Thanksgiving.
Smithsonian article: "What Was on the Menu at the First Thanksgiving?"
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President Washington declares a national day of Thanksgiving and Prayer to an "Almighty God", as he recognized the reason for our country's existence. Holiday, George Washington, Happy Thanksgiving, Thanksgiv Proclam, Georg Washington, Massachusetts Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving God, Pretty Thanksgiving, Country Thanksgiving
Must remember for Thanksgiving! Dip tip of waffle cone in warm water for about 20 seconds then microwave for 20 seconds. Roll the softened end of the cone around a clean pencil then hold in place for 20 seconds. Little cornucopias. 20 Second, Waffl, The Craft, Thanksgiving Favors, Warm Water, Parti, Kid, Ice Cream Cones, Thanksgiving Treats
cheesy Thanksgiving day jokes and lunchbox notes--free pdf download
Thanksgiving analogies--requires a free account at TPT
toilet paper roll and paint chip turkey
Make a garland out of cinnamon dough.
Thanksgiving turkey altered shirt made with ribbon scraps
This Wampanoag recipe, which makes a warm and soothing breakfast, dates back hundreds of years (with a few nods to modern tastes). This is a version from Darius Coombs and Eleanor Jackson of Plimoth Plantation. Fabul Breakfast, Nativ American, American Food, Templates, Cranberri Nasamp, Histor Food, Indian Food, American Indiann, Cranberries
Kids love to play games, even Wampanoag and Pilgrim children!Use these directions to make a traditional Wampanoag toy called Toss and Catch, and a board game that was popular in Pilgrim times called Fox and Geese. After you make them, give them a try. Board Games, Pilgrim, Native American Kid Games, Catch Game
Wampanoag game made with a twig, twine, and a vine
Thanksgiving Book of Thanks - every year, pass the book around at Thanksgiving and have your holiday guests write what they are thankful for that year. Snap a group pic to include and keep for years and years! You can also add scrapbook embellishments to the page(s) after the fact.