Thanksgiving Scrambled Sentences Game
||Some turkey gobbled a sentence about Thanksgiving!
Apply your capitalization, punctuation, and word order skills to put the words back in order and make
the original Thanksgiving sentence.|
Pick two words to make them switch places.
Hint: Capitals and punctuation will help identify the
first and last words of the sentence. The order of adjectives or articles and nouns can also help.
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Pumpkin pie is a very traditional Thanksgiving dinner dessert.
Many people celebrate Thanksgiving Day with big family dinners.
In the United States Thanksgiving is the fourth Thursday in November.
In Canada Thanksgiving is celebrated on the second Monday in October.
The day after Thanksgiving marks the start of the Christmas shopping season.
Never cook a turkey at a temperature lower than 325 degrees Fahrenheit.
Frozen turkeys should be thawed in the refrigerator, not at room temperature.
A big dinner that includes roast turkey and stuffing is a popular Thanksgiving tradition.
Wild turkeys prefer wooded areas and roost in trees at night to avoid predators.
According to tradition, the first Thanksgiving was celebrated by the Pilgrims in 1621.
When you're buying a turkey for Thanksgiving, allow one and a half pounds per person.
Male turkeys are called toms or gobblers, female turkeys hens, and baby turkeys poults.
Domestic turkeys, the kind we eat at Thanksgiving, are about twice as large as wild turkeys.
Thanksgiving Day football games are a classic American sports tradition.
Wild turkeys were once nearly extinct due to hunting and loss of their woodland habitat.
Cranberries are evergreen vines that are grown in bogs and are native to North America.
Start carving a turkey by pulling the drumsticks away from the body and cutting through the joints.
The President is traditionally given two turkeys at Thanksgiving and grants them a special Presidential pardon.
Turkeys, cranberries and pumpkins, which are traditional Thanksgiving foods, are all native to the Americas.
For many, the best part of a Thanksgiving dinner is the stuffing, a seasoned bread mix which is often cooked inside the turkey.
Thanksgiving Day is a holiday in both the United States and Canada, but it is celebrated on different days.
In the United States Thanksgiving is the fourth Thursday in November, while in Canada it is the second Monday in October.
The wild turkey is the largest game bird in North America, standing up to three feet tall and weighing as much as 25 pounds.
Thanksgiving began as a harvest feast when people gathered to give thanks for the crops that had been harvested.
Traditional dishes at a Thanksgiving feast include roast turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, sweet potatoes, and pumpkin pie.
Black Friday is a name for the day after Thanksgiving that marks the start of the Christmas shopping season.
Many stores have big sales, open their doors early, or stay open late on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving.
One of the best known holiday parades is the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade which has been an annual event since 1924.
The National Turkey Federation and the Poultry and Egg National Board always give the President of the United States a turkey for Thanksgiving.