Mother’s Day Word Search

This Sunday is Mother’s Day – a holiday that honors mothers for their love and dedication to their families.  Mother’s Day is celebrated on the second Sunday in May each year. Take the time to interview your mom, grandmother, aunt or other special person.  Then write a feature story about her. Here’s a Mother’s Day word…
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Presidents’ Day Activities

Information and activities are from KRP’s The Ultimate Holiday Activity Guide and News Relief’s A Plan for All Seasons both from the NIE Institute. Presidents’ Day is a federal holiday and is observed on the 3rd Monday in the month of February. Presidents’ Day officially observes the birthdays of two famous American leaders: George Washington…
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What Are You Grateful For?

Throughout the year, we get to celebrate, or show how grateful we are, for certain people and things on holidays. On some holidays, kids get to stay home from school, and parents get the day off work. Those are great days for the whole family to hang out together, celebrating! On Arbor Day and Earth…
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Halloween – The Story Behind The Costumes, Candy And Creepy Traditions

Find out the story behind the costumes, candy and creepy traditions of Halloween from TNS. To download and print this page, click here   

July 4th Craft Ideas

Check out these July 4th Craft ideas from Country Living. (Some of the craft items use newspaper!)   http://www.countryliving.com/syndication/fourth-july-crafts-syn#slide-1 Inspired by turn-of-the-century celebrations, these seven joyful tributes to red, white, and blue harken to a time when impromptu hats were folded from leftover newspapers, and marching bands, firecrackers, and lawn games marked the day. By Bethany Lyttle.