Pilgrims
Native Americans
Food
Thanksgiving Facts
Wild Card
100

From what country did the Pilgrims come from?

England

100

What was the name of the Native American tribe that the Pilgrims met?

The Wampanoag Tribe.

100

What is the main meat dish eaten on Thanksgiving?

Turkey

100

What do Americans do on Thanksgiving?

Sit with our families and eat, express gratitude and sometimes eat with our friends 

100

What store hosts a Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City?

Macy's

200

When did the Pilgrims arrive to the Americas?

1620

200

Who translated for the Pilgrims?

Squanto

200

What is one dessert Americans eat on Thanksgiving?

Sweet Potato Pie, Pumpkin Pie, Peacan Pie, Apple Pie
200

How long did the dinner between the Pilgrims and the Native Americans last?

Three days

200

What is "Friendsgiving?"

When you eat with your friends and express thanks

300

What happened to the Pilgrims when they first arrived in the Americas?

They died

300

What did the Native Americans teach the Pilgrims how to do? 

Hunt, fish, and grow their own food

300
What is the Thanksgiving food you would most like to try?
ANYTHING 
300

What modern-day state did the Pilgrims land in when they first arrived in the Americas?

Massachusetts 

300

How do Americans call "Gustavo" the Frog?

Kermit the Frog

400

What were the Pilgrims escaping, or searching for?

Religious Persecution or Religious Freedom

400
Tell me something about the Native Americans
ANYTHING
400

How many turkeys are eaten on Thanksgiving?

46 million

400

When is Thanksgiving celebrated?

The fourth Thursday of every November

400

What year did the Thanksgiving Day Parade start?

1924

500

What does "Truthsgiving" say the Pilgrims did to the Native Americans?

Killed, imprisoned, and enslaved them

500

Why did Squanto know English?

Because he was a slave in England

500

What things do I eat on Thanksgiving?

Rice and beans, Tres Leches cake and Pernil (pork dish)

500

What is one cartoon that is watched on Thanksgiving?

Charlie Brown

500
What was the name of the priest who might have led the first Thanksgiving?

Pedro Menendez de Aviles

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