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    Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Presentation Transcript

    • Thanksgiving
    • WHO?
      • The first Thanksgiving was shared between the pilgrims and Indians.
      • The Pilgrims came to America from England and the Indians were native to America.
      • Today, it’s celebrated by many Americans in the United States. Everyone spends the day with their family.
      Pilgrims Indian
    • What?
      • The Indians and pilgrims celebrated their harvest by having a huge feast.
      • Today, families celebrate Thanksgiving also by cooking a large feast. The most important food is Turkey.
      • At dinner each person says something they are thankful for.
    • When?
      • Thanksgiving is celebrated on the 4th Thursday of November.
      • The first Thanksgiving took place during the 1600s.
      • Which season of the year does Thanksgiving take place in?
    • Why?
      • The Pilgrims and Indians had a large feast to celebrate a good harvest. They were giving thanks to God for providing them with plenty of food.
      • Today, Thanksgiving is celebrated as a time to think about what you are thankful for.
    • Macy’s Day Parade
      • Macy’s day parade is a national tradition.
      • Every Thanksgiving day there is a big parade in New York City.
      • Everyone in the U.S. watches the parade.
      • There are big balloons, musical performances, and, at the very end, Santa Claus rides on his sleigh.
    • Thanksgiving Day Football Game
      • Every Thanksgiving there is one football game that shows in the evening.
      • Now it’s a tradition to eat the big meal and then relax and watch the football game.
    • Kermit the Frog in the Macy´s Day Parade
    • Macy´s Day Parade