Thanksgiving
Celebrated on the 4th Thursday of November in
the US
Canada: a similar holiday in October
What is it?
• Harvest celebration
• A time to give thanks for good things in life
(ex: family, friends, health, food, a pl...
The First Thanksgiving
• Plymouth, Massachusetts
• After a good harvest, a celebration was held
between pilgrims and Nativ...
Food

Turkey
Mashed potatoes and gravy

Cranberry sauce

Stuffing

Green beans
Food

Sweet potato casserole
Devilled eggs

Rolls

Pecan pie
Potluck style: everyone
brings a dish
People invite family and
friends to their house for
lunch, dinner or both
Football
• 1869: the first American football game ever
was played on Thanksgiving
• A lot of important games take place on...
Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade
• New York
City, Thanksgivin
g morning
• Floats, dancers,
singers, bands
Holiday from work and school
• No work or school on the
Wednesday, Thursday or
Friday of Thanksgiving
week
Presidential Pardon
• Every year the President pardons 1 turkey
• This lucky bird does not get eaten and peacefully
lives ...
Black Friday
• The day after Thanksgiving, everything goes
on sale at 12 am for 24 hours
• Many do their Christmas shoppin...
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Thanksgiving

  1. 1. Thanksgiving
  2. 2. Celebrated on the 4th Thursday of November in the US Canada: a similar holiday in October
  3. 3. What is it? • Harvest celebration • A time to give thanks for good things in life (ex: family, friends, health, food, a place to live) • A day to remember a feast shared bewteen pilgrims and Native Americans in 1621
  4. 4. The First Thanksgiving • Plymouth, Massachusetts • After a good harvest, a celebration was held between pilgrims and Native Americans to give thanks for their good fortune
  5. 5. Food Turkey Mashed potatoes and gravy Cranberry sauce Stuffing Green beans
  6. 6. Food Sweet potato casserole Devilled eggs Rolls Pecan pie
  7. 7. Potluck style: everyone brings a dish People invite family and friends to their house for lunch, dinner or both
  8. 8. Football • 1869: the first American football game ever was played on Thanksgiving • A lot of important games take place on this day
  9. 9. Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade • New York City, Thanksgivin g morning • Floats, dancers, singers, bands
  10. 10. Holiday from work and school • No work or school on the Wednesday, Thursday or Friday of Thanksgiving week
  11. 11. Presidential Pardon • Every year the President pardons 1 turkey • This lucky bird does not get eaten and peacefully lives out the rest of its life on a farm
  12. 12. Black Friday • The day after Thanksgiving, everything goes on sale at 12 am for 24 hours • Many do their Christmas shopping on this day

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