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Holidays: Thanksgiving Feasts and Festivities

I *guess* we could do something besides eat on Thanksgiving.

Holidays: Thanksgiving Feasts and Festivities

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Smithsonian article: "What Was on the Menu at the First Thanksgiving?"

History, Travel, Arts, Science, People, Places

Thanksgiving Turkey- Holiday Subtraction math practice Free Coloring Worksheet

My version of the Pottery Barn pilgrim boats. A fun activity for the kids! I will use them to decorate the thanksgiving table.

how to make a bread cornucopia

painted pumpkins

origami Mayflower--make these out of kite paper

Susiej | Sailing Gratitude Banner

George Washington's original Thanksgiving Proclamation

  • Kristina Steffen
    Kristina Steffen

    We just watched something on the history channel last night about how Thanksgiving became a national holiday. Pretty cool stuff.

  • Julie Finn
    Julie Finn

    Ooh, we need to watch that one! We've seen the one on Halloween, and I think the one on Christmas, even.

turkey-shaped challah

waffle cone cornucopia

cheesy Thanksgiving day jokes and lunchbox notes--free pdf download

Thanksgiving analogies--requires a free account at TPT

turkey-drawing dice game

toilet paper roll and paint chip turkey

handprint turkey decorated with dried beans and pasta

Make a garland out of cinnamon dough.

Thanksgiving turkey altered shirt made with ribbon scraps

Plimoth Plantation and Wampanoag coloring pages

Coloring Pictures | Plimoth Plantation

directions and templates for making a fox and geese game, which the Pilgrims played

Make It At Home | Plimoth Plantation

cranberry nasamp, a Wampanaog recipe

Wampanoag game made with a twig, twine, and a vine

plush handprint turkey

pumpkin cheesecake brownies

Thanksgiving trivia printable

tutorial for painting Pilgrim and Indian peg dolls, and constructing a twig and fabric teepee (because a wetu is too hard!)

Stone Soup Wooden Playset - Rhythm of the Home

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.