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Thanksgiving Activities from History

Thanksgiving Activities from History
Thanksgiving Activities from History
Thanksgiving Activities from History
Thanksgiving Activities from History
Thanksgiving Activities from History
Thanksgiving Activities from History
Thanksgiving Activities from History
Thanksgiving Activities from History
Product Description
Thanksgiving activities in the early 1900s were strange! Be ready for surprised looks and lots of giggles as your students read a 1905 text about how to plan games for a Thanksgiving party. A kissing game with your family?! Don't worry, it's not what it sounds like! And my favorite, passing around various bottles of smelly liquids and whispering to guests in a dark room to Take a whiff.

This hilarious, high-interest text is great around Thanksgiving when your students are more distracted than usual. They will be focused as they annotate this revived piece of history. No time for a lesson? Have this available for your early-finishers.


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INCLUDES
Adapted 1905 article with room for annotation
Related assignment
Sample answers and teacher notes


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Total Pages
3 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
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