Thanksgiving is a seasonal holiday in America. Seasonal holidays are known for their unique symbols that make them attractive to children. For example, Christmas is usually synonymous with Christmas trees, Santa Claus, snowflakes, and so on. Meanwhile, Easter will be synonymous with eggs and rabbits.
These symbols are also usually used by children to start to mark the difference between seasonal holidays. This is very important as basic knowledge for children to understand seasonal holidays.
One easy way for them to memorize is by looking at them quite often. So, to introduce the thanksgiving symbol for your child, you can look for the following Thanksgiving coloring page ideas:
To teach about Thanksgiving to your children, you can tell them about the summary of this event as an introduction. Thanksgiving is one of the holidays held regularly every year on the fourth Thursday in November. Thanksgiving was first held by the Pilgrims of Plymouth in 1621 which celebrated a three-day harvest festival with the Wampanoag Tribe. On Thanksgiving, the emphasized value is about being grateful for the blessings you get.
During Thanksgiving, the children will spend most of the holidays playing. However, it's a good idea to prepare activities to keep them busy while you finish the feast and dinner preparations in the evening.
Some of the following activities can be done independently by children, but some also require a little help from adults. If you can't help, ask a cousin, uncle, or aunt who is old enough to provide assistance.