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  • The history of Thanksgiving Quiz
  • You read the letter from Jim to Hans in your Stepping Stones textbook, page 19, about Thanksgiving. If you haven’t read it carfully than you have to read the text again, maby study it a bit! BECAUSE…… this is the big Thanksgiving quiz !! So make sure you know everything the book. says about Thanksgiving !!! Start
  • Question 1 Thanksgiving is an American Tradition, celebrated every year. When do the Americans celebrate Thanksgiving? • On the first Tuesday of November • On the fourth Thursday of October • On the fourth Thursday of November
  • Question 2 Every year the Americans celebrate Thanksgiving But do you know when the first Thanksgiving was celebrated? •Almost four hundred years ago •Almost four years ago •Almost three hundred years ago
  • Question 3 Who were the first people to celebrate Thanksgiving? •The Americans •The Pilgrims •The children of the Indians
  • Question 4 The Pilgrims came from a town called Plymouth. But when did they sail to America and what was the ship called? •In 1620 they sailed to America on a ship called the Mayfloor •In 1520 they sailed to America on a ship called the Mayyard •In 1620 they sailed to America on a ship called the Mayflower
  • Question 5 The Pilgrims sailed to America in 1620. During the first winter a lot of them died because of the cold and because they didn’t know how to grow food. How many days took the trip to America in 1620 and who taught them everything they needed to know about the land? •The trip to America took 65 days and the children of the Pilgrims taught them everything they needed to know about the land •The trip to America took 66 days and the children of the Indians taught them everything they needed to know about the land •The trip to America took 65 days and the Indians taught them everything they needed to know about the land
  • Question 6 How did Thanksgiving started? •Thanksgiving started after a big fight with the Indians about land, the Pilgrims won and that’s why the Pilgrims decided to have a big feast to celebrate their victory •Thanksgiving started because , after the help of the Indians, the harvest was very successful and the Pilgrims decided to have a big feast to celebrate. •Thanksgiving started after the Indians invited the Pilgrims to celebrate their successful harvest.
  • Question 7 At Thanksgiving everybody in the U.S has a special Thanksgiving dinner. We eat food that are the symbols of Thanksgiving. We eat: •Stuffed turkey, corn, pumpkin pie and cranberry sauce •Stuffed turkey, apple pie, corn and cranberry sauce •Stuffed turkey, corn, pumpkin, blueberry sauce
  • Question 8 Thanksgiving is also a time for: •Sharing and giving thanks together for the good things in life •Sharing and giving thanks together for the food and things America has brought us •Sharing and giving thanks together for the life we have
  • Sorry…. That’s incorrect Try again… !! Back
  • Yesss !! That’s the right answer !! The American people celebrate Thanksgiving on the fourth Thursday of November. So it’s on a different date every year. Next question!
  • Yesss !! That’s the right answer !! The first Thanksgiving was almost four hundred years ago. But it wasn’t celebrated like Thanksgiving is celebrated now a days. Next question!
  • Yesss !! That’s the right answer !! The first people to celebrate Thanksgiving were the Pilgrims. Did you know they had also lived in The Netherlands for a while?! Next question!
  • Yesss !! That’s the right answer !! The ship was called the Mayflower. Before the trip with the Pilgrims, the ship was an old trading vessel and had carried wine across the narrow seas between France and England. Next question!
  • Yesss !! That’s the right answer !! Do you know the name of the Indians?? It were the Wampanoag and Pequamid Indians who helped the Pilgrims with everything they needed to know. Next question!
  • Yesss !! That’s the right answer !! Without the Indians, there would have been no Thanksgiving to celebrate. Next question!
  • Yesss !! That’s the right answer !! The people eat corn at Thanksgiving, because the Pilgrims had nothing and the Indians shared their corn with the Pilgrims. Next question!
  • Yesss !! That’s the right answer !! Thanksgiving isn’t all about food and giving thanks, it is also about spending time with your family. A lot of families travel a long way to be with their relatives. Next question!
  • Nice job !! You made it to the end !! I want to do the quiz again!