Thanksgiving Costume Review

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, there are so many ways you can celebrate the holiday. Most will enjoy a nice sit down turkey dinner with friends and family this year. If you have kids it is important that your kids know what the meaning of this holiday is. There are plenty of books you can get to read to them about the holiday, but what about doing something a little different. What about having fun when teaching the history of Thanksgiving to your kids? You remember when you were little and your school would put on a play every year to teach the kids at school about Thanksgiving. Well, I know that they do learn something from it, but I think putting on a play at home with your kids involved, teaching the history of Thanksgiving, may really be beneficial. Not only will it be a learning experience, but it will also be an experience that everyone will remember! Even eating Thanksgiving dinner in character could be a very fun and be a very rememberable experience for your entire family! So to get the best out of Thanksgiving by teaching and having fun head over to and get the best prices on all your Pilgrim and Indian costumes for your Thanksgiving feast this year!! Give everyone in your home a project by researching the different roles, then coming together to create a fun and educational play or role play at the dinner table this year for Thanksgiving. Over at they have a large variety of Pilgrim and Indian costumes and accessories, so everyone can really get into character by picking the perfect Thanksgiving Costume!! I received a mens Indian Costume to review, courtesy of The costume is very neat, and when we went to and looked this particular costume up, we were amazed on the price! For a very decent price this costume is full of detail and is going to be a perfect addition for my husband to wear this year when we put on our family Thanksgiving play!!

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1 Comment

  1. Laura Lane
    November 13, 2012 / 2:33 pm

    This is surprising.

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