In "Le jour de l'Action de grâces aux États-Unis - Thanksgiving in the United States with Pepper the Pooch" Pepper helps students learn how and why Thanksgiving is celebrated in November in the United States of America with some French vocabulary for the holiday. Pepper's pictures are useful visual mnemonics of the main points of the history of Thanksgiving. This package is most suitable for those in grades 1 to 5 (or ages 6 to 10).
To learn about U.S. Thanksgiving with Spanish vocabulary, go to Thanksgiving History with Spanish vocabulary with Pepper
. For U.S. Thanksgiving with English vocabulary, go to Thanksgiving History with English vocabulary with Pepper
. To learn about Canadian Thanksgiving, go to Pepper's Short History of Canadian Thanksgiving
The eight-page information booklet is made out of one sheet of paper. The booklet also comes in a newspaper format for older students. The short PowerPoint is an interactive presentation of the booklet that allows students to provide answers before they are shown on the next slide. Also, "I am grateful" sheets are provided for students to write about that for which they are thankful. Pepper has included her paper pumpkin craft which uses orange and green paper (or other colors if you wish) and takes about thirty minutes to make. You can also get the paper pumpkin craft instructions for free at Pepper's Paper Pumpkin Decoration
. Finally, there is a quiz of French vocabulary for the holiday. Please click on the preview for more details.
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