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Bethany Roberts' Thanksgiving for Kids
This interactive site by children's author Bethany Roberts includes a Thanksgiving library of stories, poems and songs, crafts and projects, games, recipes, riddles and jokes, tongue twisters, and a spot to post what you are thankful for.
CanadaInfo: Thanksgiving
The facts behind a Canadian Thanksgiving.
A Canadian Thanksgiving
History of Canadian Thanksgiving, recipes, and craft ideas
Billy Bear's Happy Thanksgiving
Crafts, colouring pages, clip art, and more.
Bountiful Thanksgiving on Kate.net
History/Documents, Educational Materials, Cards, Thanksgiving Day Parades, Food, Crafts & Decorating Ideas, Activities/Games/Puzzles, Coloring Pages, Stories/Poems/Songs, Clipart, Backgrounds, Icons, Computer Goodies, and much more.
The First Thanksgiving
The Truth About the Pilgrims and Thanksgiving and Where to Get Help Re-creating a Seventeenth-Century Style Harvest Feast
Kids Domain Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving Clip Art, Crafts and Recipes, Pictures to Print and Color, Some Mazes for You, Word Search Puzzles, Books to Read, Some Pictures We Drew, and Other Thanksgiving Sites.
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
The big balloon blow-up on Central Park West (with sound), The Parade's history (with antique photos), Parade Route Map (with Ask Joe's tips), Free monitor background photo, and more.
Not Just for Kids! An American Thanksgiving for Kids and Families
The First Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving Fun, Thanksgiving Feast, And more...
Plimoth Plantation
A virtual tour of the first permanent European settlement in southern New England
Thanksgiving on the Net - Welcome
The Story of Thanksgiving, America's Thanksgiving, The Pilgrims and America's First Thanksgiving, The Thanksgiving Turkey, Thanksgiving Proclamation, Music, and more.
A Thanksgiving Unit Study, Paper Chain Activity, Some pictures to color, and related links.
Thanksgiving: Its History, Customs, & Traditions
Read about its history, then take a quiz.
Thank You
"Thank you" translated into over 465 languages.