This Thanksgiving, Provost students learned about the history and culture of our country through stories, games, art, music, and tasting traditional Thanksgiving foods. For some, it was a first exposure to turkey, yams, and pumpkin pie.  Others got a taste of Native American generosity as they were read stories of the pilgrims, while building teepees out of construction paper.  Some even attempted to construct their own versions of the Mayflower from plastic cups and aluminum foil. Whether practicing their reading skills, making art or creating graphs and answering math problems about how many turkeys a group of 100 pilgrims could eat, Provost students really ate up this Thanksgiving!

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