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Have a Coke Day - Millions of people come together and enjoy a Coca Cola also known as a Coke on this day. This carbonated drink is so popular that many people refer to many carbonated drinks as a “Coke”. Celebrate today by having a Coke and completing this crossword activity.
Moscato Day - Transforming grapes into wine has been around for centuries. Fermented apples are used to make cider as well. Fruit can also be used to make juice, eaten whole, used for desserts, or sliced for cereals. Celebrate today with a wine and cheese party while completing this fruit scramble activity.
Children's Book Week - Established in 1919, Children’s Book Week is the longest-running national literacy project in the country. This is the annual celebration of reading and children’s books. Celebrate today with your favorite Dr. Seuss book and complete this fill in the blank book title activity.
Root Canal Appreciation Day - Oral health is just as important as mental, emotional, and physical health. Root canals help to preserve the teeth and natural bite while preventing further infection or abscess. Celebrate today with this dental fill in the blank activity.
National Military Spouse Appreciation Day – Entering the military takes courage and sacrifice. What many people fail to realize is that military spouses are faced with sacrifices such as the requirement to move around many times and being strong for their children as well. Celebrate today by appreciating military spouses and completing this name the military branch activity.
Mother Ocean Day – Water is essential to all living things from humans to plants to animals. Most of the earth is covered in water and about 25% of earth’s species reside in the ocean. The ocean can quickly become the enemy when Mother Nature creates hurricanes and tsunamis. Celebrate today with a trip to the beach and complete this name the ocean activity.
National Buttermilk Biscuit Day – Before 1860, biscuits were introduced as an inexpensive addition to any meal. Biscuit dough does not require a period to rise before cooking; instead it is folded over to incorporate air that causes the biscuits to rise while baking. Celebrate today with a hearty meal of biscuits and gravy while completing this breakfast scramble activity.