Thanksgiving Quiz

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  1. How many pilgrims came over on the Mayflower
    a. 89
    b. 185
    c. 102
    d. 217
  2. In what year did the first American Thanksgiving Celebration take place?
    a. 1900
    b. 1492
    c. 1621
    d. 1776
  3. How long did the first Thanksgiving Feast Last?
    a. One day
    b. One week
    c. Three days
    d. Four days
  4. What does the term “cornucopia” mean?
    a. Corn Husks
    b. Horn of Plenty
    c. A Greek
    d. A traditional corn dish
  5. Approximately how many feathers does a mature turkey have?
    a. 750
    b. 1500
    c. 3500
    d. 4000
  6. Which US state produces the most turkeys annually?
    a. Alabama
    b. North Carolina
    c. Missouri
    d. Arkansas
  7. How fast can wild Turkeys run?
    a. 15mph
    b. 55mph
    c. 5mph
    d. 25mph
  8. Which country consumes the most turkey per year – per capita?
    a. Isreal
    b. United States
    c. Mexico
    d. Germany
  9. How high must a cranberry bounce before it is harvested?
    a. 6 inches
    b. 3 inches
    c. 8 inches
    d. 4 inches
  10. Who was the first President to make Thanksgiving a National Holiday?
    a. Washington
    b. Lincoln
    c. Jefferson
    d. Roosevelt

Answers to come tomorrow 🙂  I know I’m mean.  Happy Day before Thanksgiving!  With all the bad in the world, we all still have so much to be thankful for!

Btw, who thinks it feels like Thanksgiving is WAY early this year!?!?

0 thoughts on “Thanksgiving Quiz

  1. 1) I don't know, we had a discussion about Thanksgiving back when we had ours, and I called it “the cowboys and Indians” holiday… whoops…I meant pilgrims. PILGRIMS!
    2)I don't know, I'm Canadian! 😉
    3)I'm going to guess One week. Because that's how long I wish it lasted.
    4)I actually know this one! It's a horn of plenty!!
    5)I'll guess 4000. I think turkeys have lots of feathers.
    6) Ummm…Alabama!
    7) Not very fast, trust me a bunch of them have crossed a road in front of me and I had to wait FOREVER for them to go by!
    8) Why isn't Canada an option? It's definitely Canada. 😉
    9) 3 inches. (Do they really bounce EVERY cranberry before harvesting?!)
    10) Lincoln. Maybe.

  2. I totally know I am not going to get any of these right.. Haha!
    {1} c. 102
    {2} b. 1492; or is that when Columbus sailed the ocean blue?
    {3} b. one week
    {4} b. horn of plenty
    {5} a. 750
    {6} d. Arkansas
    {7} d. 25mph
    {8} b. United States
    {9} a. 6 inches
    {10} a. Washington

    This was fun!
    Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving ♥

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