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Thanksgiving Day
Thanksgiving Day
History of American Thanksgiving
History of American Thanksgiving
The Pilgrims sailed to America from Plymouth, England in September,
The Pilgrims sailed to America from Plymouth, England in September,
The Native American Indians lived in America before the Pilgrims
The Native American Indians lived in America before the Pilgrims
The Indians taught the Pilgrims how to survive in America (to plant,
The Indians taught the Pilgrims how to survive in America (to plant,
They invited 90 Indians who had helped them to share this feast
They invited 90 Indians who had helped them to share this feast
The first “Thanksgiving” feast was not repeated the following year
The first “Thanksgiving” feast was not repeated the following year
Quiz in Numbers
Quiz in Numbers
2. How many passengers came on the Mayflower
2. How many passengers came on the Mayflower
4. The Pilgrims lost
4. The Pilgrims lost
6. When did the colonists have their first
6. When did the colonists have their first
8. For
8. For
10
10
Symbols of Thanksgiving Day
Symbols of Thanksgiving Day
The Recipe of Stuffed Turkey
The Recipe of Stuffed Turkey
Thanksgiving Grace
Thanksgiving Grace
1. What kind of key has legs, but can't open doors
1. What kind of key has legs, but can't open doors
2. Why didn't the turkey finish his dessert
2. Why didn't the turkey finish his dessert
3. What happened to the turkey who got into a fight
3. What happened to the turkey who got into a fight
4. Why was the turkey the drummer in the band
4. Why was the turkey the drummer in the band
5. When the pilgrims landed, where did they stand
5. When the pilgrims landed, where did they stand
6. What kind of music did the Pilgrims like
6. What kind of music did the Pilgrims like
7. If the Pilgrims were still alive today, what would they
7. If the Pilgrims were still alive today, what would they
8. What are you thankful for on Thanksgiving
8. What are you thankful for on Thanksgiving
Games on Thanksgiving
Games on Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving nowadays
Thanksgiving nowadays
A Thanksgiving Day Parade (first in 1920)
A Thanksgiving Day Parade (first in 1920)
Thanks
Thanks
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1 Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving Day

2 History of American Thanksgiving

History of American Thanksgiving

3 The Pilgrims sailed to America from Plymouth, England in September,

The Pilgrims sailed to America from Plymouth, England in September,

1620. They came to America for religious freedom.

The name of their ship was the “Mayflower”. Their voyage took 66 days. There were 102 people.

4 The Native American Indians lived in America before the Pilgrims

The Native American Indians lived in America before the Pilgrims

arrived.

They landed at Plymouth Rock, in what’s now the state of Massachusetts in December, 1620.

5 The Indians taught the Pilgrims how to survive in America (to plant,

The Indians taught the Pilgrims how to survive in America (to plant,

to fish and to hunt).

At the beginning of the following fall, the Pilgrims had lost 46 of the original 102 who sailed on the Mayflower.

6 They invited 90 Indians who had helped them to share this feast

They invited 90 Indians who had helped them to share this feast

The Pilgrims were thankful and decided to celebrate with a Thanksgiving feast .

7 The first “Thanksgiving” feast was not repeated the following year

The first “Thanksgiving” feast was not repeated the following year

It wasn’t until June of 1676.

In 1873, George Washington, the first President of The United States, proclaimed the first Thanksgiving Day for all Americans.

It is celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November.

8 Quiz in Numbers

Quiz in Numbers

1. When did the Pilgrims come to America?

9 2. How many passengers came on the Mayflower

2. How many passengers came on the Mayflower

3. How many days did the voyage last?

10 4. The Pilgrims lost

4. The Pilgrims lost

.. of the original 102 who sailed

on the Mayflower.

5. How many Indians helped the Pilgrims survive?

11 6. When did the colonists have their first

6. When did the colonists have their first

Thanksgiving Day?

7. The feast lasted ... days.

12 8. For

8. For

.. years there was no fighting between

Pilgrims and the Indians.

9. The first "Thanksgiving" feast was not repeated

the following year. It wasn't until ...

13 10

10

When do people celebrate Thanksgiving Day

nowadays?

14 Symbols of Thanksgiving Day

Symbols of Thanksgiving Day

The cranberry is a small sour berry. Pilgrims soon found out a way to sweeten the bitten cranberries with maple sugar. Sweet-sour cranberry sauce or cranberry jelly was on the first Thanksgiving table and it is served today. The Indians used the juice to dye their rugs and blankets. They taught the colonists how to cook the berries with the sweetener and water to make a sauce.

Turkey – is an American native first domesticated bird. It is a traditional dish on Thanksgiving tables.

The use of corn meant the survival of the colonists. Beans are a special symbol of Thanksgiving too. Native Americans taught the pilgrims to grow beans next to cornstalks.

Pumpkins and 'Pumpkin Pies' are a Thanksgiving favourite for about 400 years. Pilgrims probably made a pumpkin dish sweetened with honey or syrup. Pumpkin leaves were also used as salads.

Cornucopia is the most common symbol of a harvest festival. A Horn shaped container, it is filled with abundance of the Earth's harvest. It is also known as the “horn of plenty”. The traditional cornucopia was a curved goat's horn filled to brim with fruits and grains.

15 The Recipe of Stuffed Turkey

The Recipe of Stuffed Turkey

Put it on a frying pan and cover with foil.

Eat it with beans and vegetables.

Put the turkey into a hot oven and roast for 1.5-2 hours.

Sprinkle the turkey with salt and pepper.

Make a stuffing from the green vegetables and apples.

Take a big, quite fat turkey and wash it.

16 Thanksgiving Grace

Thanksgiving Grace

17 1. What kind of key has legs, but can't open doors

1. What kind of key has legs, but can't open doors

Riddles

18 2. Why didn't the turkey finish his dessert

2. Why didn't the turkey finish his dessert

Because he was stuffed!

19 3. What happened to the turkey who got into a fight

3. What happened to the turkey who got into a fight

He got the stuffing knocked out of him.

20 4. Why was the turkey the drummer in the band

4. Why was the turkey the drummer in the band

Because he had the drumsticks.

21 5. When the pilgrims landed, where did they stand

5. When the pilgrims landed, where did they stand

On their feet.

22 6. What kind of music did the Pilgrims like

6. What kind of music did the Pilgrims like

Plymouth Rock

23 7. If the Pilgrims were still alive today, what would they

7. If the Pilgrims were still alive today, what would they

be famous for?

Their age

24 8. What are you thankful for on Thanksgiving

8. What are you thankful for on Thanksgiving

I am thankful that I'm not a turkey

25 Games on Thanksgiving

Games on Thanksgiving

26 Thanksgiving nowadays

Thanksgiving nowadays

27 A Thanksgiving Day Parade (first in 1920)

A Thanksgiving Day Parade (first in 1920)

Thanksgiving Day is here today, The great parade is under way. Great balloons are floating by, Cartoon creatures stories high, Mickey mouse and mother Goose Snoopy and a lot of moose.

28 Thanks

Thanks

T for time to be together, turkey, talk, and tangy weather. H for harvest stored away, home, and health, and holiday. A for autumn's frosty art, and abundance of the heart. N for neighbors, and November, nice things, new things to remember. K for kitchen, kettles' croon, kith and kin expected soon. S for sizzles, sights, and sounds, and something special that abounds. That spells THANKS — for joy in living and a jolly good Thanksgiving.

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