Fayette Christian School third grade class recently explained their Thanksgiving traditions.
On Thanksgiving Day we eat a meal with Mom’s side of the family. We also eat a meal with Dad’s side of the family. We also put our Christmas tree up and decorations up the week of Thanksgiving.
— Colton Durose
On Thanksgiving Day we have our family come to our house. They make food. Our mom and dad help put up the Christmas tree. After we eat, we play games.
— Nathan Forsythe
On Thanksgiving Day we go to our Grandma’s house. We gather together some people can’t make it. We play Chinese checkers, after we are don we all leave.
— Mia Hanners
We go to our Grandma’s, and we eat turkey, fruit, chips, and desserts. I like the fudge the best.
I meet big cousins, aunts, uncles, and far away uncles. We visit too.
Then we stay for a little bit more and then we say goodbye to our aunts and uncles and then leave. That is our family tradition.
— Brady Johnson
On Thanksgiving Day we go to Our Grandma and Papaw’s house. We eat turkey, mashed potatoes, watermelon, makancheese, pinapple, brockle, putting, carits, bread, ham, pie, chocletcake, fuge, and ice cream.
After that, we clean the kichin then we play games and coler and play. We put the games, coloring books and the toys away.
— Oliver Johnson
On Thanksgiving Day we always put up the Christmas tree. We also play games and eat dinner. Some yeares we go to PA to see my grandparnts. Some yeares we go to my other grandparnts.
— Corbyn Nolt
On Thanksgiving Day we go to our grandparent’s house in PA. We see our cousins and we eat turky and pumkin pie. My grandma makes the best mash potatoes!
— Krista Symons