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Thanksgiving Information For Kids

Thanksgiving was initially an occasion to express gratitude to God for the reap. Today it is one of the most celebrated festivals in the United States of America. The festival is marked on the fourth Thursday of November every year in the United States. Thanksgiving celebration is commended on various dates and days in different nations.  For instance: In Canada, it is observed on the second Monday of October. In Liberia, it is commended on the first Thursday of November. History Of Thanksgiving The custom of Thanksgiving began with the Pilgrims who settled at Plymouth, Massachusetts. They originally held a festival of their harvest in 1621. The dining experience was sorted out by Governor William Bradford. In 1623 they called the meal "Thanksgiving" just after a downpour had finished a long dry spell. Although, the Thanksgiving festival was being celebrated since 1623 it didn't turn into a government public holiday in the United States until 1863 when Abrah

Fascinating Stone Age Facts For Kids

The stone age is the earliest period of human history that started almost 2.5 million years ago. During this time, humans discovered how stones can be utilized in making tools and weapons for hunting the prey and defending themselves from predators.  How Was Life Like In Stone Age? The people of the stone age used to live in caves. The caves were the safest place to stay when it rained heavily. The caves were sheltering them. Humans were nomad then they used to move from one place to another for the food because the food was their primary concern. Later they learned to make temporary shelters. Humans used to kill animals for food. Animal skin was used as clothes during winter, it provided relief from cold. They would also collect edible stuff from plants and trees. They also started domesticating animals and in the late stone age era, they started cultivating in farms. The Stone age was so long that it had been divided into three parts 1) Paleolithic Era or Old Stone Age 2) M