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Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Virtual Thanksgiving activities

In Portugal we don't celebrate Halloween as a holiday, but I've always been of the opinion that on a regular basis we should all stop for a moment and give thanks for all the great things we have in our lives. 

Virtual Thanksgiving activities

This year, if we're safe and healthy we have even more to be thankful for. However, celebrations will all be different. 

I’m sure you’ve all had some memorable Thanksgiving holidays. That one year when your little sister accidentally dropped the plate of stuffing or that year when your uncle got a little too into family football and sprained his ankle. Well, this year expect it to be another memorable one. For entirely different reasons. 

Virtual Thanksgiving activities

Usually, Thanksgiving is full of tradition. Breaking the wishbone, doing a turkey trot, or feasting on pumpkin pie are all hallmarks of a typical Thanksgiving. However, this year the traditions are going to have to change. 

Virtual Thanksgiving activities

By now people have graduated via Zoom, said “I do” via Zoom, and attended funerals via Zoom. The sentiment of important occasions has been moved onto a digital canvas as the pandemic limits in-person gatherings. That means that in a few weeks when Thanksgiving rolls around you likely won’t be pulling up a chair to the dinner table, instead you’ll be clicking on a Zoom meeting link to give thanks via a webcam. 

Virtual Thanksgiving activities

However, you can still have some fun. Try out these virtual Thanksgiving activities because this Thanksgiving is going to be a little different than normal, but it will surely be a memorable one! Included is a festive virtual background, a placemat for taking the perfect Thanksgiving table photograph to share with friends, a virtual turkey cook-off ballot and a fun card guessing game to play via Zoom. 

Happy Wednesday!

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Disclaimer: this post was written in partnership with Siege Media and Wikibuy. Printables and images, with the exception of the first one on top of the post, were supplied by them and as such are not owned by me. 

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