Thanksgiving Facts

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Today I have some AMAZING facts about Thanksgiving! Also, I know it is a LITTLE late… lol. Lets get started!! Fact #1 – The Christmas song ‘Jingle Bells’ was originally written for THANKSGIVING!!! Fact #2 – Turkey wasnโ€™t on the menu at the first Thanksgiving. Fact #3 – The first Thanksgiving was celebrated in 1621 […]

Most Popular Holiday Toys of 2022

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Christmas is just around the corner, and I’m quite sure you’re all looking forward to decorating the Christmas tree, spending time with your families, and indulging in a mouthwatering Christmas feast. And let’s not forget one of the things we’re most excited aboutโ€”exchanging gifts and unwrapping presents! If you’re looking for the perfect gift you […]

What is the Yi Peng Lantern Festival?

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Yi Peng is celebrated in Northern Thailand in Chiang Mai on the full moon in the 12th month on the Thai lunar calendar. The Festival is celebrated usually in November. During Yi Peng there are festive parades and many lanterns! During Yi Peng many lanterns “khom loi” are sold so they can be released into […]

Halloween Facts!

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Hello! Today I’ve got some really cool Halloween facts! Fact #1 – Easter HalloweenPeople in Finland celebrate Easter the way people celebrate Halloween in America! Kids go to houses and ask for candy! Fact #2ย – Dancing for TreatsEarly Trick-or-Treaters had to dance for candy. It is the early European practice of โ€œmuming.โ€ This is where […]

Why Black Cats Are Associated With Halloween?

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We’re now on part 3 of our Halloween series. If you haven’t read the other parts yet and want to catch up, you can read parts 1 and 2 on KidzNet. Now, we’re going to talk about the History of Black Cats and Halloween. Black cats have long been associated with Halloween. Images and decorations […]

The Origins of Why People Carve Jack-O’-Lanterns for Halloween

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Last time, I shared with you the origins of the widespread custom of Trick-or-treating. And I do hope you enjoyed it! But if you haven’t read it yet, you can do so here on KidzNet. Now, we’re on part 2 of our Halloween series. Here, we’ll discover the origins of one of the most popular […]

The History Of Trick-or-Treating, And How It Became A Halloween Tradition

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October is a Spooky Month, I’m going to share with you a series of posts about Halloween. Here, we’ll delve into its origins, traditions, tales, and superstitionsโ€”learning more about this much-loved autumnal holiday.ย  So read on and enjoy our Halloween series! It’s that time of year again โ€” when children and adults get into costumes […]

Happy National French Fry Day!!!!

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Potatoes are thinly sliced and deep-fried till crispy to create french fries. Depending on the maker’s preference, they can have a soft or crispy consistency and are often served hot with seasonings or condiments.French fries are frequently consumed for lunch, dinner, or as a midday snack. Standard cut, crinkle cut, potato wedges, curly fries, steak […]

Happy International Minecraft Day!

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Calling all Minecraft fans! May 17th is a day celebrated just for you!ย  If you’re an avid Minecraft player, I bet you already know that it’s International Minecraft day today! But if you’re learning about this for the first time, then you better add it to your calendar now to remember! It’s been 13 years […]

Black History Month

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Happy  Black History Month Guys! Black History Month is a celebration of great achievements by African Americans and their important role in U.S. history. It was created in 1926 by Carter G. Woodson who was a well known African American historian. It has always been celebrated in February. Here is a list of some great African […]

Unique New Year Traditions Around the World

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The New Year marks a time when a new calendar year begins, bidding goodbye to the old one. The festivities usually begin on the evening of December 31st for most countries, which is the last day of the Gregorian calendar, also known as New Year’s Eve. However, as we will see, different countries and cultures […]

Traditional Christmas Foods From Around the World

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Christmas is truly upon us now! I’m quite sure you’re all looking forward to gathering around the Christmas tree, spending time with families, reconnecting with friends, exchanging gifts, and unwrapping presents. And let’s not forget one of the things we’re also looking forward to the mostโ€”that is indulging in the delectable Christmas feast served at […]

’tis the Christmas Season

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As Christmas Day draws near, billions of people all over the world are now getting ready for this joyous timeโ€”from putting up colorful lights to decorating Christmas trees, singing Christmas carols, organizing parties, and buying gifts! With the kids waiting excitedly for Santa Claus, weโ€™re also looking forward to spending more time with family and […]