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Κυριακή, 16 Νοεμβρίου 2014

Thanksgiving - Resources

 American
Thanksgiving is celebrated on the 4th Thursday of November. This year
Thanksgiving will fall on Thursday November 27, 2014.




Thanksgiving - Free Resources for Learning About The Thanksgiving Holiday





 

 

Color TurkeyThanksgiving ESL kids Worksheets

 Thanksgiving Free Games & Activities

 A
Thanksgiving Story

 


The Ultimate Thanksgiving quiz :


Thanksgiving

Trivia 


TOM

TURKEY TRIVIA
Here are

some fun facts to share around theThanksgiving table!!    Did you know...


  • The first meal on the moon by

    astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, in foil packets,

    was a roast turkey dinner!
  • Benjamin Franklin wanted our national

    bird to be the wild turkey instead of the eagle.
  • Scientists have found turkey fossils

    that are 10 million years old.
  • Male turkeys are called Toms.

    Female turkeys are called Hens. A baby turkey is called a Poult.
  • A large group of turkeys is called a

    flock.  A nest of turkey eggs is called a clutch.
  • Only Tom turkeys gobble.  Female

    turkeys make a clicking sound.
  • Domesticated (farm) turkeys can't fly,

    but wild turkeys can fly for short distances, up to 55 miles per

    hour.  Wild turkeys can also run, up to 25 miles per hour.
  • Full-grown turkeys have about 3,500

    feathers!
  • Turkey gobbles can be heard from as far

    as a mile away.
  • 95% of Americans eat turkey on

    Thanksgiving.  They eat 535 pounds of it!
  • The Pilgrims most likely ate turkey on

    the first Thanksgiving.

  • In Turkey, instead of "gobble,

    gobble", people say turkeys say

    "glu glu."

  

THANKSGIVING LINKS :

Thanksgiving on the Net

 

Thanksgiving poems

How Thanksgiving Works

History of Thanksgiving Videos

 The First Thanksgiving  

  THE STORY OF SQUANTO (A STORY AND A QUIZ)

Thanksgiving Riddles and Jokes 















Thanksgiving Crafts and Children's Activities

 INTERACTIVE ACTIVITIES



THANKSGIVING FOOD





















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