Thanksgiving Mad Libs - The First Thanksgiving is a fun game that helps people create funny and silly stories by filling in the missing words in a Thanksgiving-themed story. It can be played with family and friends during the Thanksgiving holiday to add some laughter and entertainment to the celebrations.
Q: Who celebrated the First Thanksgiving?
A: The Pilgrims and the Wampanoag tribe.
Q: When did the First Thanksgiving take place?
A: In 1621.
Q: Why did the Pilgrims and Wampanoag tribe celebrate the First Thanksgiving?
A: To give thanks for a successful harvest.
Q: What food was likely served at the First Thanksgiving?
A: Turkey, deer, fish, shellfish, corn, and other vegetables.
Q: Was Thanksgiving a national holiday at the time of the First Thanksgiving?
A: No, it wasn't.
Q: Who declared Thanksgiving a national holiday?
A: President Abraham Lincoln.
Q: When did Thanksgiving become a national holiday?
A: In 1863.
Q: What is the traditional date for Thanksgiving?
A: The fourth Thursday in November.
Q: What are some common traditions associated with Thanksgiving?
A: Turkey dinner, family gatherings, parades, and football games.