The boys couldn't believe it, but they stopped by to say hello after some prompting from the picture lady. Of course, nobody has a list ready yet, and when Santa put them on the spot, they all stared back silently. Santa said they needed to get to work on their lists, but I think they have to eat turkey before they can get into that mode.
We've become used to seeing the stores all decked out as soon as they put the Halloween stuff on clearance, but, Santa, what about Thanksgiving?
We love Thanksgiving in our family, and here are some resources we are using to learn more about its history:
These are both excellent books to use with any age. Three Young Pilgrims is our absolute favorite, and it is beautifully illustrated and detailed. The maps are gorgeous, and my kids love to read every little detail and caption.The Thanksgiving Story is our traditional holiday read-aloud, and it is an old favorite as well.
The Scholastic teacher's site has a virtual field trip of the Mayflower and Plimouth, as well as free printables and activities that will accompany these books nicely.