Fall is a fantastic time of year, featuring fun gatherings that celebrate friends and family. Thanksgiving, a day of gratitude and kinship, is actually celebrated in Canada prior to the traditional American feast. Much like the US holiday, Thanksgiving Day in Canada features delicious foods with family and friends; however, unlike in the US, you will also hear topics about smoked mackerel and Sir Martin Frobisher discussed at the table. Not familiar with this version? Check out the Little Passports Blog and learn all about the party that started 40 years before the pilgrims stepped on our shores.
Little Passports is a learning adventure that takes your child through a new country (with the Little Passports World Edition) every month. Little Passports subscribers journey along with characters Sam and Sofia as they explore the world, complete with an assortment of travel accessories. A wonderful holiday gift that leads children on a learning excursion all year long, simply sign up for a monthly plan ($11.95/month) or a one year subscription ($10.95/month) and let the adventure begin!
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