We had a wonderful time measuring and mixing up the ingredients for our
With the help of our able volunteers, our bread was baked.
After it was all baked, we wrapped it up, disguised as a turkey!
In addition, we read a clever Thanksgiving fable this week about Thomas T. Turkey. He had quite a dilemma to solve!
In the story, Thomas was invited to not one, not two, but three Thanksgiving dinners. Benjamin Bobcat, Fanny Fox, and Henry Hawk all told him they wanted to have him for Thanksgiving dinner and that it just wouldn't be the same without him!
In the end, Thomas decided he did not want to hurt anyone's feelings, so he declined all the invitations! He ended up staying home alone for Thanksgiving dinner.
We learned that it is better to eat alone than to be eaten!
After listening to the story, we created our own invitations for Thomas T. Turkey. He must have been overwhelmed by his sudden popularity this year!
We hope everyone has a Happy Thanksgiving!
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