Interesting facts  about  Thanks  giving  Day


Did you know that Thanks giving Day in the US has been celebrated since 1621? That's over 400 years of gratitude and feasting!


Macy's Thanks giving Day Parade in New York City is a beloved tradition that started in 1924. It's famous for its giant balloons and fantastic floats!


The average American consumes about 4,500 calories on Thanks giving Day. It's the ultimate feast for foodies!


Thanks giving is not just about turkey! Some popular alternatives include ham, roast beef, or even vegetarian options like stuffed butternut squash.


Can't wait for dessert? Pumpkin pie is a Thanks giving classic, but pecan pie and apple pie are also big hits on the dessert table.


Thanks giving is the busiest travel time in the US. People travel far and wide to be with their loved ones and share in the holiday spirit.


The President of the United States pardons a turkey every year, sparing it from becoming the main course. Talk about a lucky bird!


Black Friday, the day after Thanks giving, is known for its massive sales and shopping frenzy. It's the perfect time to snag some great deals!


Football is a big part of Thanks giving Day for many families. It's a time to gather around the TV and cheer for your favorite teams.


Giving back is a core part of Thanks giving. Many people volunteer at shelters or donate to food drives to help those in need during the holiday season.