Thanksgiving Day is celebrated each year on the fourth Thursday of November. The first Thanksgiving feast was shared by English settlers of the Plymouth Colony and their Native American neighbors in 1621. According to the National Geographic Kids' website, "o
The students at Blue Church Art created lots of Thanksgiving Masterpieces to commemorate this unique American holiday!
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The Cornucopia, a symbol
of abundance and nourishment.
Pilgrims preparing for the feast.
The pilgrims' ship, the Mayflower.
Watercolor & salt turkeys.
More beautiful turkeys, in all shapes and colors:
Below: The Animals' Thanksgiving feast...and a Turkey Wedding!
Last but not least...
A "turkey arrow" that will direct Joshua's lucky Thanksgiving dinner guests to the family feast :-)
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