Saturday, November 30, 2013



Thanksgiving is my FAVORITE holiday!  I love the message behind it!  (Granted we should be thankful everyday but still!)   We had quite a busy Thanksgiving!

We made Pilgrims on a Mayflower ship:

Sorry for this being sideways!  I don't know how to rotate it on here. (It's already rotated in my picture album!)

 So I got the ADORABLE patterns for the Pilgrims from First Grade Wow! We read Sarah Morton's Day and Samuel Eaton's Day.  We generated a list of facts about Pilgrim children, and then each student wrote down those facts!

They loved making those Pilgrims and LOVE seeing them sailing on the Mayflower!

We also had a HUGE Thanksgiving feast in my classroom! 
We had deli style turkey, sweet potato casserole, green beans, corn, cornbread, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie, and I think that's it!

We made Mayflower name tags and I used blue tablecloths so it would like the ships are sailing!

I wish you could see their faces but they're adorable!

Everything was delicious!  My students really enjoyed their feast! :-)


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