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Thank you ...

Max Vocabulary Worksheet - Thanksgiving  View PDF
Thanksgiving is on the second Monday of October in Canada and the fourth Thursday of November in the United States. It is held in the fall / autumn every year to give thanks for the harvest (people collect vegetables, fruit that they have grown at the end of the growing season).

A Lot On Your Plate  View PDF
One in six U.S. parents say their teen has tried a diet that is vegetarian, gluten-free, vegan or paleo at some point in the last two years. “Parents should recognize that this is part of normal adolescent development toward becoming an independent adult; with that in mind, try to avoid seeing the situation as a challenge to parental authority,” a researcher said. (Teenagers, nutrition, diets, celebrations, Thanksgiving, shopping, pair crossword and conditionals.)

Autumn Leaves ....  View PDF
Do you want to see New England's colorful fall leaves? Now a business sends the leaves to you. A Massachusetts man is offering to send bundles of autumn leaves to customers for $19.99. (Businesses, seasons, prepositions of time.)
Find Your Other Half - Thanksgiving  View PDF
This warmer is an enjoyable way for students to find out about Thanksgiving in North America.
I'd Like To Say Thank You...!
This Warmer practices speaking and saying thank you in a formal situation, using appropriate business English language expressions. It reviews verb patterns - verbs that take the infinitive. It gets students to listen for correct information, to practice listening to connected speech, and to practice listening and gap filling.
Sentence Snakes - Saying Thank You  View PDF
This warmer encourages students to think about word order, and gets them to move around and talk to each other.