Holiday facts may not come easily to your mind. But when your child asks, you'll want to give her facts about the holiday you're about to celebrate. Don't make things up! Check out this calendar with facts for each holiday. It'll give you all the holiday facts you need to inform and entertain your kids.
No list of holiday facts would be complete without Valentine's Day, a fun holiday for kids and parents. You'll find holiday facts such as how many marriages take place each day in the U.S. and how many pounds of candy we eat each year. (Hint: almost as much as my 2-year old weighs.)
Grandparents Day is one of those holidays that sneaks up on you. You can't count on being tipped off by large displays in your grocery store. Still, it's an opportunity to improve your relationship with your child's grandparents with a card or phone call. I'll bet even they don't know all these holiday facts about Grandparents Day and its origins.
Who doesn't love Halloween? Aside from the joy of dressing up, there's all that yummy candy. Did you know it started with the Ancient Celts?
Thanksgiving kicks off the year-end holiday season. But for all the years you've celebrated Thanksgiving, how much do you know about its history and origins?
We spend billions of dollars on toys and other gifts for Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa each year. Between packages mailed, Christmas trees purchased and candles lit, there are lots of numbers associated with the real holiday season.