We are all familiar with some of the traditional holiday recipes that include roast turkey and ham and all the fixings. Have you considered adding a little flair to your meal? Here are some quick ideas which will appeal to many audiences and will satisfy your budget as well.
If you are an adult and live in the U.S. you have probably noticed that around Thanksgiving we tend to say things that we'd otherwise be a little more shy about uttering. For those who haven't noticed, this hub is especially for you. The following...
Thanksgiving ideas, with Thanksgiving decor for sale.
This is part 2 of a 4 part hands-on unit on America's Early Settlers. Create pilgrim costumes, make stewed pompion (pumpkin), plant corn, and more! My lessons are geared toward 2nd-3rd grade level children and their siblings. These are lessons I created to do with a weekly co-op. We meet each week...
Pumpkin, cornucopia, turkey dinner, pie and more Thanksgiving clipart!
The Five Kernels of Corn is about counting your blessings. It is a wonderful Thanksgiving tradition. Read the story then invite family and friends to share why each person is grateful at Thanksgiving.
In another article, we learned that in 1776, the Declaration of Independence had only two signers. Did they have a party? Here are some fun July 4ths to remember.
America acknowledges a number of patriotic and other kinds of holidays and observances each year, although not all of these days mean time off from work. Still, Americans celebrate America!
Chabanais fall harvest festival takes place in this small town in the Charente, France. Called Les Journees de la Quintinie after Jean-Baptiste de La Quintinie, gardener to King Louis XIV.
The traditional date of New England's imitation of England's manorial system. The meal bore very little resemblance to today's modern Thanksgiving.