THANKSGIVING DAY
THANKSGIVING DAYThanksgiving day is celebrated on the lastThursday in November.
FOODOn Thanksgivingfamilies get togetherand have a big harvestfeast!They eat turkey,corn, stuffing,potatoes, pumpkin pie, ...
TRADITIONSOne of the customs onThanksgiving is beingthankful for peoplecoming to your house.In turns, each onesays: “I´m t...
A bit of History   . Thanksgiving became a holiday almost 400 years ago, in 1621, when a group of English Pilgrims arrived...
The pilgrims travelledto America on a shipcalled the “Mayflower.”The trip to America waslong and hard. Therewere storms an...
• When they got to America, it was winter and  there were no food or houses.• Many of the pilgrims died from sickness,  st...
• There were some people who lived in America already:  Indians.• They saw the Pilgrims suffering and they decided to  hel...
• They showed them  how to hunt and fish.• They showed them  how to grow different  plants, like corn and  pumpkins.• They...
• When it was winter  again, the Pilgrims had  food and a place to  live.• They were so happy  that they decided to  have ...
• So they had a great  feast that lasted for  a whole week.• They ate the typical  autumn food: turkey,  fish, deer, sweet...
• But the first thing they did was to say thanks  for having friends, food, houses and a place to  live.
• And this tradition continues today.
I´m thankful for…
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Thanksgiving day

  1. 1. THANKSGIVING DAY
  2. 2. THANKSGIVING DAYThanksgiving day is celebrated on the lastThursday in November.
  3. 3. FOODOn Thanksgivingfamilies get togetherand have a big harvestfeast!They eat turkey,corn, stuffing,potatoes, pumpkin pie, ...Everyone gets a BIGstomach ache!
  4. 4. TRADITIONSOne of the customs onThanksgiving is beingthankful for peoplecoming to your house.In turns, each onesays: “I´m thankfulfor…”
  5. 5. A bit of History . Thanksgiving became a holiday almost 400 years ago, in 1621, when a group of English Pilgrims arrived to America and settled in 1620. They were a group of Puritans who escaped from England due to their religion believes.
  6. 6. The pilgrims travelledto America on a shipcalled the “Mayflower.”The trip to America waslong and hard. Therewere storms and theship was really crowded.
  7. 7. • When they got to America, it was winter and there were no food or houses.• Many of the pilgrims died from sickness, starvation and cold.
  8. 8. • There were some people who lived in America already: Indians.• They saw the Pilgrims suffering and they decided to help them.
  9. 9. • They showed them how to hunt and fish.• They showed them how to grow different plants, like corn and pumpkins.• They helped them build houses out of the trees there.
  10. 10. • When it was winter again, the Pilgrims had food and a place to live.• They were so happy that they decided to have a feast and invite their friends, the Indians.
  11. 11. • So they had a great feast that lasted for a whole week.• They ate the typical autumn food: turkey, fish, deer, sweet potatoes, corn and pumpkin.
  12. 12. • But the first thing they did was to say thanks for having friends, food, houses and a place to live.
  13. 13. • And this tradition continues today.
  14. 14. I´m thankful for…

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