15 Holidays / Family Celebrations With The One Must-Do Activity For Each

It’s so important to recognize holidays and other special occasions, but between gifts, decorations, food, family, and everyday life, things can get a little overwhelming.  Here is a list of holidays / celebrations along with 1 simple activity that is sure to make the day memorable.  Also, in order to make the remembering easier, pencil the activity into your calendar at the beginning of the year for easy reference. 

a list of holidays : celebrations along with 1 perfect and simple activity that is sure to make the day memorable

Birthday: Miscellaneous: Tape Ball

This looks hilarious!! "Play this every Christmas, but using gloves, makes it way funnier. Have everyone who is playing get in a big circle, one player gets the tape ball and the player in front of them a pair of dice. The player with the ball removes tape as fast as they can and anything they dislodge is theirs to keep. The player with the dice is trying to roll doubles as quickly as they can so they get a turn. As soon as they get doubles they pass the dice to the person next to them...

Losing A Tooth: Miscellaneous: Write Miniature Letters

Tooth Fairy

New Years Day: January 1: Make New Year Pancakes

New Year Pancakes -- Use The Batter To Write Out The Year -- Special And Fun Plus As Kids Get Older They Can Participate More and More

Martin Luther King Day: January 20: Read A Picture Book Of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Martin Luther King Jr.  Day

Groundhog Day: February 2: Watch the actual ceremony live or replayed online

Groundhog Day

Valentines Day: February 14: Eat Heart Shaped Foods

Valentine's Day

Presidents Day: February 17: Read Duck For President

Duck For President - Presidents' Day

St. Patrick’s Day: March 17: Drink Green Drinks

St. Patrick's Day

Easter: April 20: Make glow-in-the-dark eggs

Glow Eggs - Easter

Cinco De Mayo: May 5: Make Guacamole

Cinco De Mayo

Mothers’ Day: May 11: Show True Gratitude

Mothers' Day

Fathers’ Day: June 15: Watch Father Of The Bride

Fathers' Day

Halloween: October 31: Get Creative With Your Costume


Thanksgiving: November 27: Enjoy Apple Pie


Christmas: December 25: Watch Elf


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