The Thanksgiving holiday is full of traditions and the students at Ann MacArthur Primary School have their own tradition. Each year, the kindergarten class reenacts the crossing of the Mayflower. The event is not only fun, but a creative way to teach children about the history that surrounds this American holiday.

Dressed in white Pilgrim hats and Native American head dresses, the kindergarteners at AMP performed an adorable rendition of the Crossing of the Mayflower through song, dance, and theatrics. Following the performance, each kindergarten class held a traditional Thanksgiving feast to celebrate and foster a feeling of community! The hallways at AMP have never smelled so delicious with the scent of homemade soup wafting out of each classroom.

Many thanks to the parents and teachers for making this event so much fun for the children!