They say that the more you thank life, the more it gives you to be thankful for. In anticipation of one of the biggest American holidays -Thanksgiving — it was imperative to remind ourselves of what we ought to be thankful for. Therefore, we thought — what could be better than have the celebration! Last week the students of centres 3 and 4 did precisely that. They were given a chance to feel like Native Americans by shooting bows and arrows and going on a Turkey hunt. They completed numerous puzzles and games that taught them the holiday’s beginnings and traditions, and made thankful turkeys at a craft lesson to communicate their appreciation and love to the world. On the very Thanksgiving day, November 26, everyone was treated to a conventional Thanksgiving meal: some turkey, potatoes, veggies and a piece of a sweet pumpkin pie for dessert. We believe such events aren’t just fun and engaging times but they also convey useful knowledge in terms of foreign cultures and traditions.