• Otsing
  • Minu Süžeeskeemid

Tänupüha Lõbusate Faktide Infograafik

Vaadake Tunniplaani
Kopeerige see süžeeskeemid
Tänupüha Lõbusate Faktide Infograafik
Storyboard That

Looge oma süžeeskeemid

Proovige seda tasuta!

Looge oma süžeeskeemid

Proovige seda tasuta!
Leiate selle storyboard järgmistes esemed ja vahendid:
Tänupühade Tegevused

Tänupüha Tegevused

Anna Warfieldi Tunniplaanid

Ükskõik, kas soovite neid tegevusi kasutada lihtsalt lõbu pärast või kui teil on tänupüha paiku õppetunnid, on Storyboard That suurepärane ressurss. Vaadake mõningaid suurepäraseid asju, mida teie õpilased saavad teha!

Tänupüha Tegevused

Süžeeskeem Kirjeldus

Storyboard That näide tänupüha faktide infograafikust.

Süžeeskeem Tekst

  • Thanksgiving became a national holiday in 1863 when President Abraham Lincoln declared it in an attempt to unify the country during the Civil War. About 95% of Americans spend time with family on Thanksgiving. 47 million travel more than 50 miles to do so! Mashed potatoes is the most popular side dish on Thanksgiving according to 78% of Americans. James Pierpont's "One Horse Open Sleigh" was a Thanksgiving song but it became so popular that in 1859, he changed it to "Jingle Bells"! Turkey was not necessarily on the menu in 1621, the Plymouth colonists and their Native American allies probably ate lobster, swans, and seals! Over 32 million people shop on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving!
  • People watch football on Thanksgiving in the US
  • 30 Million
  • Thanksgiving Fun Facts!
  • Turkeys are cooked for Thanksgiving each year!
  • 46 Million
  • Pumpkin Pies are eaten for Thanksgiving each year!
  • 50 Million
  • "I wish the Bald Eagle had not been chosen the Representative of our Country...For in truth the Turkey is in comparison a much more respectable bird."
  • The first professional Thanksgiving Day football game was played in 1920. About 1,000 Turkey Trots take place around the U.S. each year! Ben Franklin wanted the turkey to be the national bird, not the bald eagle! The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade has floats and balloons. But, the first parade in 1924 had live monkeys, bears, camels, and elephants from the Central Park Zoo!
  • Did You Know?
Loodud üle 30 miljoni süžeeskeemi