February Holidays

I will try to update this list with some fun activities as well. Feel free to click the links to find out more about the origins and meanings behind these special days. I plan to incorporate a few of these into our normal homeschool routine to add a little fun and excitement to our days. Have fun and maybe make up your own personal family holiday or tradition for the month!

February is Black History Month also. Normally the 100th day of school will fall somewhere in February as well. **see 100th day of school for more activities

I found this list and more here:

National Freedom Day (1st)

**see National Freedom Day for more activities

Ground Hog Day (2nd)

**see Groundhog Day for more activities

Feed the Birds Day (3rd)

**see here for lots of crafts kids can make on Pinterest

Send a Card to a Friend Day (7th)

**see here for lots of crafts kids can make on Pinterest

Kite Flying Day (8th)

**see here for lots of crafts kids can make on Pinterest

Abraham Lincoln’s Birthday (12th)

**see Abraham Lincoln’s Birthday for more activities

Valentine’s Day (14th)

**see Valentine’s Day for more activities

National Gum Drop Day (15th)

Random Acts of Kindness Day (17th)

**see here for lots of crafts kids can make on Pinterest

Cherry Pie Day (20th)

President’s Day (3rd Monday)

**see President’s Day for more activities

George Washington’s Birthday (22nd)

**see George Washington’s Birthday for more activities

National Tortilla Chip Day (24th)

National Pistachio Day (26th)

Tell a Fairy Tale Day (26th)

**see Tell a Fairy Tale Day for more activities

Polar Bear Day (27th)

**see Polar Bear Day for more activities

Mardi Gras / Fat Tuesday (varies)

**see Mardi Gras / Fat Tuesday for more activities

Leap Day  (29th)- not again until 2020, once every four years

**see Leap Day for more activities

Also check out:

It’s February (lots of fun activities listed)

Homeschool: February on Pinterest for crafts/activities related to the month of February.

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