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TIGER TALES   Thanksgiving (4th) Edition 2020/2021
“Pun-ny Jokes” By: Olivia Andrade -------------------------------------- Q: Where do turkeys go dancing?
A: The Butter-Ball
Q: Why did they let the turkey join the band?
A: He had the drumsticks
Q: What type of music did the pilgrims like?
A: Plymouth Rock
Q: What happens when a turkey gets into a fight?
A: He gets the stuffing knocked out of him
Happy Thanksgiving!
Thanksgiving Safety
By: Zachary Sullivan ----------------------------------------------- We all love Thanksgiving and the amazing food that comes with it! This year however, his year is going to be quite different. Here are some ideas to keep your turkey day safe!
- Get COVID Checks if you’re going to be around family/friends. You can never be too sure! -Wear a mask! It’s super easy and super helpful -Don’t have a big gathering! Keep it simple
-Consider a Zoom call! If you want to see your family and friends you can always Zoom them!
We can all still enjoy the Holiday Season, we just have to be smart about it.
We would like to welcome our new Chemistry teacher, Ms.
Saraiva and our new Resource Officer, Officer
Jacob Rapoza.
Alayna Gallant, Zoe Gaspar Caiden Ibbotson. Callie Moran
Jason Raymond Morgan Rodrigues
Zachary Sullivan, Kelsey Walker
If you have something you would like to contribute to the Tiger Tales Publication, email Ms. Toolin with your ideas. [email protected]
Imagine no turkey, stuffing, or cranberry sauce on Thanksgiving Day?
Today’s customary Thanksgiving dinner items had no place on the first thanksgiving dinner table. What did they eat? In place of turkey, they ate ducks, geese, and swans.
Nuts were most likely
on the table instead of stuffing. Also, because seafood was so plentiful, they ate mussels from the nearby ocean.
As far as their side dishes, they ate whatever they could harvest, such as onions, beans, cabbage, carrots, plums, grapes, and raspberries. Imagine NO pumpkin pie!
Their version was a hollowed out pumpkin filled with milk,
honey, and spices and they roasted it on the hot ashes of a fire.
Stressful Holidays with the Family
By: Alayna Gallant ------------------------------------------- ----- Of course the holidays are going to be very different this year, with smaller family get-togethers, but they can still be stressful. Not everyone has that “picture perfect” family, and that’s ok! But how do we handle the stress?
-make plans for after a family event so you will have something to look forward to
-stay neutral!
-be kind
-take breaks if you need to, go for a walk or listen to music
-let your boundaries be known, maybe there is something you don’t want to discuss
-make sure you’re tone and body language isn’t disrespectful
-try to enjoy your family
Black Friday
By: Morgan Rodriques ------------------------------------------- ----- As we all know, Black Friday is going to be very different this year. Black Friday is November 27, 2020, and instead of waiting outside in long lines in the freezing cold, this year we get to cuddle up with our favorite blanket and do some online shopping. We don’t even have to wait until November 27!
Where are the best
deals predicted to be this year?
Some of the most popular Black Friday retailers are Walmart, Amazon, Kohl’s, Macy’s, American Eagle and many more. Many websites have also released ‘sneak peaks’ for this year’s sales, and some stores are having online events starting as early as November 4th! This is a good time to use those gift
S’mores Cookies By: Lyla Staskeiwicz ------------------------------------------- ----- Ingredients : -1 ½ cups of all purpose flour -¾ teaspoon of baking soda -½ teaspoon of salt -1 ¼ sticks of unsalted butter at room temperature -1 cup packed light brown sugar -1 large egg -1 tsp. of pure vanilla extract -1 cup chocolate chips -½ a cup of hazelnut spread -½ cup chopped toasted hazelnuts
Method: -Preheat Oven to 375 - whisk the flour, baking soda, and salt in medium bowl -In a large bowl, beat the butter and brown sugar on medium -Beat in the eggs, vanilla, and hazelnut spread -Beat in the flour mixture on low until combined -Stir in the chocolate chips and hazelnuts -Roll the dough into 1 ½ inch balls; arrange 2 inches apart on parchment-lined baking sheets
By: Caiden Ibbotson
The First Thanksgiving
By: Mason Bennett --------------------------------------
Thanksgiving is a holiday that still celebrates gratitude, but it was also the celebration of the Fall Harvests.
The first Thanksgiving was in October of 1621 with a feast that lasted for 3 days! It was celebrated by the
cards you got for Christmas last year! Pumpkin Pie Dip By: Kelsey Walker ------------------------------------------- ----- Ingredients: 1 15 oz. can pumpkin puree 1 3.4 oz. box instant vanilla pudding mix 2 tsp. Ground cinnamon 1 tsp. Pumpkin pie spice 1 8 oz. tub whipped topping
Method: -In medium bowl, mix pumpkin puree, vanilla pudding mix, cinnamon, and pumpkin pie spice
-Stir inr whipped topping and mix until well combined
-Cover and refrigerate until ready to serve
-Serve with any Gingersnaps, Graham Crackers, Shortbread, Apple Slices, or Pretzels
Wampanoag Native Americans and the Pilgrims.

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