Thanksgiving is observed in many countries around the world. Generally, it is a harvest-related celebration usually with social events like family gatherings, delicious food, lots of fun and merrymaking.
In Canada it is observed on the second Monday of October. Canadians give thanks to God for a good crop and other prosperous happenings in the year.
Many other nations have a Thanksgiving Day as well though with different names, origins and on different dates.
Have a look at the infographic and find out when and how this holiday is celebrated in the US, Canada, the Netherlands, Grenada, Liberia and Korea.
Use this educational tool to explore different cultures around the world and their holiday rituals and traditions.