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March Word Search Printable – National Days Word Find Puzzles

Calling all word puzzle lovers! Will your Irish luck help you when you try to solve this spring word search? We hope you enjoy this free March word search printable featuring the national days of March. This March printable puzzle features several special days during the month. The words are hidden in all directions in …

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What Are the March National Days? – Find Out With This Handy List!

If you are looking for March national days to enjoy, this monthly list breaks down the month of March into a day by day account of the national days that happen this month. March is such a fun month to celebrate! Spring is finally here and holidays like Mardi Gras and St. Patrick’s Day gives …

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FAQs: How Does Daylight Savings work? Do We Gain or Lose and Hour?

With daylight saving time approaching, you might find yourself wondering “do we gain or lose an hour?“. If you ever get confused around this time of the year, don’t worry you’re not alone! Below we will explain how daylight savings works, provide a little bit of the history of daylight savings time, and answer all …

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100+ Facts About Mardi Gras – History, Parades, Krewes, Throws & More!

Mardi Gras is almost here, which means it’s time to go over some facts about Mardi Gras. The more you know about the history and meaning of the holiday, the more fully you’ll be able to celebrate it! Below we’ve compiled some of our favorite Mardi Gras facts, so get ready to be amazed! We …

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The Ultimate Guide to Mardi Gras Symbols and Meanings – Beads, Masks..

Mardi Gras is almost here. Before you head out to the parades, let’s learn about the Mardi Gras symbols, and why they represent the holiday! I’m sure if you listed the first things that come to mind when you hear the words Mardi Gras, Fat Tuesday, or Carnival, you’d name several of the Mardi Gras …

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What are the Colors of Mardi Gras? – Learn their Meanings, History & More

With Fat Tuesday quickly approaching, it’s time to learn about the colors of Mardi Gras! Each of the three colors has their own meaning and fascinating history. If you have ever visited New Orleans for Mardi Gras, or celebrated the holiday in general, you might have noticed the colors purple, green and gold are everywhere! …

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February Word Search Printable – National Days Word Find Puzzle

Love is on the mind this month and many national days feature it. If you enjoy word puzzles, you’ll love our free monthly printable. This February word search printable is a custom word search puzzle featuring various national days of February. The word find puzzle includes several special national days for the month hidden in …

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Who is Cupid & How Did He Evolve Into Our Modern Valentine’s Day Cupid

Now that February is here, Valentine’s Day symbols, including a winged Valentine’s Day Cupid, are starting to appear everywhere! If you’ve ever looked at him and wondered “who is Cupid?”, get ready to find out. Cupid, a figure seemingly synonymous with love and Valentine’s Day actually has a fascinating history that connects all the way back …

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The Story of Cupid and Psyche – Greek Mythology Love Story & Retellings

Ever wonder why Cupid is associated with love (and Valentine’s Day)? He is one of the main characters in the story of Cupid and Psyche – a Greek mythology love story with a happy ending!  Most love stories in Greek and Roman mythology have unhappy endings. The Psyche and Cupid story, unlike most others (ie. …

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Valentine’s Day Colors – What Red, White & Pink Mean on Valentine’s Day

With February 14th quickly approaching, Valentine’s Day colors are starting to appear everywhere. It seems almost everything is a shade of red, pink, or white! Every February, bunches of red roses fill flower stalls, white chocolate covered cookies line grocery store shelves, and pink cocktails make an appearance at Galentine’s Day parties. It’s nearly impossible …

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The Story of Daphne and Apollo – Plus Fun Facts About Apollo and Daphne

When we hear the name Cupid, images of Valentine’s Day, cubby winged babies, and true love come to mind. However, in the story of Daphne and Apollo, Cupid plays a much more sinister role. While Cupid is not the star of the Apollo and Daphne story (as he is in the story of Cupid and Psyche) …

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Valentine’s Day Symbols – What Do They Mean & Where’d They Originate?

Valentine’s Day is here! Before you start brewing your love potions, let’s learn about the Valentine’s Day symbols, and how they came to be! This time of the year is a perfect time to show our loved ones how much we care. Maybe you want to do something special, like baking them a batch of …

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When is Rose Day and What are the Other Days of Valentine’s Week?

Rose Day is finally here! This special day, which occurs at the start of Valentine’s Week is worth celebrating. There’s nothing that brightens a room more than a bouquet of flowers! Did you know that each month has a corresponding flower? Poinsettias and narcissus belong to December, snowdrops and carnations belong to January, and while it …

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Facts About Roses – Learn Rose Colors, Rose History & More Rose Facts…

Roses come in many colors, and each color has its own meaning. Check out these fun facts about roses to learn more rose trivia. Ever wondered “how many rose colors are there”, or “what is the oldest rose”? You’re in luck, we’ve got the answers for you below. Fossil evidence shows varieties of roses have …

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January Word Search Printable – National Day Word Find Puzzle

The cold winds are blowing and that means more indoor activities. It’s time for our monthly free puzzle printable. We hope you enjoy this free January word search printable of the national days this month. It features several special days of January that are hidden in the puzzle for you to find. Use this free …

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What are the National Days of January? Get Our Day by Day List!

This page for the national days of January  gives a quick look at the month to find out what food, drink or topic the month celebrates.  Every day of the month is like a new chapter in a book that you haven’t read before. Use this handy list to help plan for the month ahead …

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Bake Cookies Day – Celebrate with These Festive Gumdrop Cookies

December 18 is one of this month’s food holidays and is celebrated each year as Bake Cookies Day. We’ll be honoring the day with some tasty cookies using the colors of Christmas red and green gumdrops. The best thing about Bake Cookies Day is that it’s a great excuse to eat cookies. Any excuse to …

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First Christmas Card – Sir Henry Cole and The History of Christmas Cards

With Christmas quickly approaching, it’s the perfect time to learn about the history of Christmas cards. Who would have guessed that the first Christmas card ever sent by mail would spark a tradition that is still going strong over 175 years later! Sending Christmas cards has become an integral part of Christmas, just like making …

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Christmas Card Day – Learn Facts about Christmas Cards & Their History

Christmas Card Day is finally here! As we get closer to December 25, it’s time to celebrate one of the traditions of Christmas – sending holiday cards to your loved ones! There are so many things that make Christmas magical – the scent of fresh pine, decorating for the holiday, hanging ornaments on the Christmas …

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101 Christmas Quotes – Inspirational and Funny Christmas Messages

Let’s celebrate Christmas with 101 Christmas quotes! They are inspirational, funny, and cute Christmas messages and images to read and share. The holidays are one of my favorite times of the year. Much of the fun of Christmas is the anticipation. Everyone seems to be in the festive mood! Christmas quotes and graphics are great …

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Snowman Cake Pops – How to Make Snowman Cake Balls for Christmas

These adorable little snowman cake pops are sweetness on a stick. They make a great stand alone snack and are also cute on a dessert table as part of a centerpiece. The project is made from vanilla cake mix batter and frosting that is made into balls and threaded on a cake pop stick and …

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The Official Santa Phone Number – Phone Number for Kids to Call Santa

Christmas is here, and you know what that means – it’s time to call Santa Claus! If you need the official Santa phone number, you’re in luck, Santa is in our address book, and we’re happy to share his number! Writing letters to Santa Clause is a great way to let him know what’s on …

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Celebrate Santa’s List Day – Find Out Who Is On The Nice List This Year…

It’s time to celebrate Santa’s List Day! As the weather is getting cooler and Christmas is getting closer, Santa is writing a list and deciding who is naughty and who is nice. He writes his list on December 4, and there is no better time than the present to learn more about this special day! …

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Facts About Poinsettias – Learn the Poinsettia Meaning, History, Origin &…

As Christmas is quickly approaching, it’s the perfect time to talk about poinsettias. Let’s celebrate this beautiful plant by learning facts about poinsettias, and discovering more about the history, origin and symbolism and meaning of the poinsettia. During this time of the year, poinsettias are all around! They’re featured on Christmas cards, painted on ornaments, …

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National Poinsettia Day – Poinsettia Colors, Symbolism, Facts & more!

December is finally here, and with it comes cooler weather, holiday cheer and National Poinsettia Day! Learn more about poinsettias, and ways to celebrate this national day. Poinsettias are a special part of Christmas. Just like cooking holiday meals, giving presents to loved ones, writing letters to Santa (or even calling Santa’s phone number), and …

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Santa’s Address – Plus Information on How USPS Operation Santa Works

The Christmas season is back, and that means it’s time to write your letter to Santa, but first you need Santa’s address! Make sure you’re sending your letters to the right address to be considered for USPS Operation Santa. Christmas is a magical time filled with mistletoe kisses, baking gingerbread cookies, spending time with family, …

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