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.
Birthday: Miscellaneous: Tape Ball
Losing A Tooth: Miscellaneous: Write Miniature Letters
New Years Day: January 1: Make New Year Pancakes
Martin Luther King Day: January 20: Read A Picture Book Of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Groundhog Day: February 2: Watch the actual ceremony live or replayed online
Valentines Day: February 14: Eat Heart Shaped Foods
Presidents Day: February 17: Read Duck For President
St. Patrick’s Day: March 17: Drink Green Drinks
Easter: April 20: Make glow-in-the-dark eggs
Cinco De Mayo: May 5: Make Guacamole
Mothers’ Day: May 11: Show True Gratitude
Fathers’ Day: June 15: Watch Father Of The Bride
Halloween: October 31: Get Creative With Your Costume
Thanksgiving: November 27: Enjoy Apple Pie
Christmas: December 25: Watch Elf