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Thanksgiving Story Bracelet
Posted On 11/18/2014 13:07:11 by classylind

 photo 3452dff2-fa9d-49a9-80cb-a5c31a83d9b6_zps26fb0403.jpg I thought this would make a nice blog Thanksgiving Story Bracelet With this bracelet you will know (Start with a pipe cleaner.) The first Thanksgiving that was long, long ago. The Pilgrims set sail from far away On the Mayflower with tall white sails. (Insert a white bead.) They sailed many days across the ocean blue. (Add a blue bead.) The seas were rough, but the ship came through. At last they spotted land so green. (String on a green bead.) They were so happy they cheered and screamed. The first year was so hard and black. (Now a black bead.) Many died and wished that they could go back. But the Native Americans gave them a hand And helped them survive in the strange new land. They decided to celebrate in a special way And that became the first Thanksgiving day. They prepared a feast with turkeys brown (Add a brown bead.) And red cranberries that they had found. (Time for a red bead.) Yellow corn that they had learned to grow (Insert a yellow bead.) And orange pumpkin pies, don’t you know! (Last an orange bead.) But before they ate the turkey and dressing, They all held hands for a thankful blessing. (Twist the ends of the pipe cleaner to make a bracelet.) un-known

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11/21/2014 19:25:05

History has a lot of mistakes in it.. Doesn't matter which country nor it's belief..  Santa is only a story, the same as the 'Thanksgiving story above'.  Kids like happy stories.  What's the problem??  Bunged UP?? 

11/21/2014 18:03:21

I enjoyed your Thanksgiving Blog! Thank you for sharing Linda!

11/20/2014 16:21:47

My Grandson bought this home from his kindergarten class. the poem with the bracelet  it was a craft i thought it was cute so i went on the internet found the poem and a bracelet . the story tells you which bead to use and the color lol @ ya'll

11/19/2014 21:44:27

I agree with you, Arthur.                                         Make mine a Mexican Latte, please.

11/19/2014 14:23:08

Oops, Kath! I need to brush up on my American History. I have a hard enough time remembering anything about our Canadian History.

It always amazes me that even a word or two can start a "discussion". I have a feeling that 'classylind' had no idea what her cute story would start. Don't be discouraged, Linda ... I still think it is a cute story! 

11/19/2014 10:58:35

This is the correct definition of "founding fathers", Arthur...from Wikipedia:  The term Founding Fathers of the United States of America refers broadly to those individuals of the Thirteen British Colonies in North America who led the American Revolution against the authority of the British Crown and established the United States of America. It is also used more narrowly, referring specifically to those who either signed the Declaration of Independence in 1776 or who were delegates to the 1787 Constitutional Convention and took part in drafting the proposed Constitution of the United States.

11/18/2014 17:59:28

I really enjoyed your Thanksgiving blog!

11/18/2014 14:57:34

Oh dear ... that was a bit of a "pot-stirrer", Arthur! There are times when reality doesn't quite fit into a happy abbreviated childrens' story.

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