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Corny Turkey Joke

Q: Why did the police arrest the turkey?
A:
They suspected it of fowl play

Make It “Click” This Thanksgiving. More miles are driven on Thanksgiving Day than any other day in the year. Law enforcement agencies across the country - over 10000 of them - will be out and about, enforcing occupant protection laws. To protect yourself and your passengers including any pets you are transporting with you - be sure to buckle up!

Here are some ideas from us and from other sites across the web to help make your holiday a safe and happy one!


Delicious Turkey

This simple recipe is over 100 years old.
It never fails. The turkey (or chicken) is always moist and tasty.

  1. Poke some holes in a whole apple, and place it inside
    one end of the turkey cavity.


  2. Poke some holes in an onion and place it inside
    the other end of the turkey.


  3. Slide some butter under the skin at the top of the turkey.
    Use your fingers to pull the skin away from the meat,
    then insert. Today, we use a quarter pound stick of butter


  4. Sprinkle the outside of the turkey with crumbled thyme.
     

Turkey Tongue Twister
The two toed turkey towed twelve times ten talking turtles.
How many talking turtles did the two toed turkey tow?


Corny Pilgrim Jokes

Q: What kind of music did the Pilgrims like?
A: Plymouth Rock


Q: If the Pilgrims were alive today,
     what would they be most famous for?
A: Their AGE!


Thanksgiving Knock Knock Jokes
Knock, knock.
Who's there?
Harry.
Harry who?
Harry up, I'm hungry!
Knock, knock!
Who's there?
Arthur.
Arthur who?
Arthur any leftovers?
Knock, knock.
Who's there?
Gladys.
Gladys who?
Gladys Thanksgiving.
Aren't you?



Place Card Game:

Rather than names on homemade place cards, have your kids create safety tip questions and answers.

Each safety question has three parts - the question, the clue, and the complete answer. The clue can be a partial answer or an actual clue that you create depending upon the age level of your guests. What works well as a clue for younger children is the answer with missing first letters of each word. (See safety tip example.)

People will pick up the name cards and will play this game simply because it's there, and kids love it. Handprints work well as place cards. Fold in half. Write your safety question on the front. Write your clue on the inside. Write the complete answer on the back.

Safety Tip example:
Question:
What do you need in every room of your house?

Clue:  
 _moke _larm
Answer:
Smoke Alarm





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