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Published: Tuesday, November 20, 2012, 12:01 a.m.

Kids explain what Thanksgiving's all about

  • From left: Keaton Lee, Gauge Smith and Nathalie Borrero-Celis talk with The Herald about Thanksgiving traditions.

    Michael O'Leary / The Herald

    From left: Keaton Lee, Gauge Smith and Nathalie Borrero-Celis talk with The Herald about Thanksgiving traditions.

Grandma's house is a popular place to be this Thanksgiving. Turkey is also very popular. And what about the Pilgrims? Well, you just have to read ahead to learn more about them.
This year The Herald interviewed first- and second-graders at Highland Elementary School in Lake Stevens, and second-graders at Eagle Creek Elementary School in Arlington about how they celebrate.
The answers are both heartfelt and hilarious. Click here to see photos of the students and read their answers to our holiday questions.

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