by Meghan Ross
Expand your family’s horizons by adding multicultural elements to your Thanksgiving celebration.
Thanksgiving is often celebrated with turkey, mashed potatoes and football, but that’s certainly not the only way to observe the holiday. It’s important for children to learn that people all over the world have much to be thankful for. They express their gratitude in a variety of ways, so consider adding a multicultural touch to your Thanksgiving activities this year. A diverse celebration will broaden your family’s horizons, teach your children about other cultures and help you better relate to people of different backgrounds.