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    Thanksgiving
    By Kathy

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    If you don't need something curriculum-based, one of the cutest displays I did was a gigantic Mayflower. (I had my high school helper blow it up on the overhead.) Then (depending on how big your "Mayflower" is), have each student make a pilgrim from a paper plate or color one that you have xeroxed from a coloring book. Label each pilgrim--it makes a showy display.

    I have done turkeys(also from paper plates) with something they are thankful for on each construction paper feather. That makes another cute display.

    One hint I would give you on displays if you don't have guidelines on how often you need to change them. Make them SEASONAL instead of holiday related. (As in writing a poem about leaves or snowflakes) Then you are not bound to take it down as soon as the holiday is over!!



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