Thanksgiving Second Grade. Mary Maxwell Missy Brindle. Slide 3: I. American Heritage & People in Societies Slide 4-6: I. Activities Slide 7: I. Websites Slide 8: II. People in Societies Slide 9-11: II. Activities Slide 12: II. Websites Slide 13: III. World Interactions
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Slide 4-6: I. Activities
Slide 7: I. Websites
Slide 8: II. People in Societies
Slide 9-11: II. Activities
Slide 12: II. Websites
Slide 13: III. World Interactions
Slide 14-16: III. Activities
Slide 17: III. Websites
Slide 18: IV. Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities
Slide 19, 20: IV. Activities
Slide 21: IV. Websites
Slide 22: V. Democratic Processes
Slide 23, 24: V. Activities
Slide 25: V. Websites
Slide 26: VI. Decision Making and Resources
Slide 27, 28: VI. Activities
Slide 29: VI. Websites
Slide 30: VII. Science Technology, and Society
Slide 31, 32: VII. Website Activities
Slide 33: VII. WebsitesTable of Contents
2 c. flour 1 c. milk
3 tsp. Baking powder Deep frying pan with fat
1 tsp. Salt
Mix dry ingredients. Stir in milk. Kneed and work dough on board with hands until smooth. Pinch off fist-size lumps and shape into a disk. Fry in pan until golden brown (about 5 mins.) Drain on paper.
baby food jars salt
Fill jars half full with whipped cream and screw on lids tightly. Shake the far for about 5 mins. Or until lumps of yellow butter form. Shake until cream has formed a ball. Add salt if desired.
4. Divide the class into groups of Native Americans and Pilgrims. Have the class role play the different emotions each group felt in this new situation.
T for the time to be together, turkey, talk, and tangy weather.
H for harvest stored away, home and hearth, and holiday.
A for autumn’s frosty art, and abundance in the heart.
N for neighbors, and October, nice things, new things to remember.
K for kitchen, kettle’s croon, kith and kin expected soon.
S for sizzles, sights, and sounds, and something special that abounds.
3. Students will make thankful turkeys out of construction paper. On each feather of the turkey, the students will write something that they are thankful for.