Learning about Thanksgiving

As you prepare for Thanksgiving, take a moment to check out the great Thanksgiving Day resources at History.com. From videos to the history of the holiday (of course) to a list of “Fact or Fiction” questions that would be perfect for some turkey day trivia, History.com offers a cornucopia of Thanksgiving resources to browse and share.

For example, “Fact or Fiction: Native Americans used cranberries, now a staple of many Thanksgiving dinners, for cooking as well as medicinal purposes.” What do you think? Click Here to find the answer! 🙂

Some other good sites for this holiday season:

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