July 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!

This month is also know as:

  • Dog Days of Summer – July 3 – August 11
  • National Blueberry Month
  • National Anti-Boredom Month
  • National Hot Dog Month
  • National Ice Cream Month
  • National Picnic Month

The weeks are known as:

(Links will be updated closer to the dates of each holiday.)

I found this list and more here:

Build A Scarecrow Day – first Sunday in month

World UFO Day (2nd)

Independence Day (4th)

**see Independence Day for more activities

National Fried Chicken Day (6th)

**see National Fried Chicken Day for recipes

Chocolate Day (7th)

**see Chocolate Day for more activities

National Blueberry Day (8th)

**see National Blueberry Day for more activities and recipes

National Sugar Cookie Day (9th)

**see National Sugar Cookie Day for more activities and recipes

Teddy Bear Picnic Day (10th)

**see Teddy Bear Picnic Day for more activities

Cheer up the Lonely Day (11th)

**see Cheer up the Lonely Day for more activities

Pecan Pie Day (12th)

**see Pecan Pie Day for more activities and recipes

National French Fries Day (13th)

Shark Awareness Day (14th)

Tapioca Pudding Day (15th)

World Snake Day (16th)

National Ice Cream Day (3rd Sunday of the month)

**see National Ice Cream Dayfor more activities and recipes

Global Hug Your Kids Day (3rd Monday of the month)

**see Global Hug Your Kids Day for more activities

National Lollipop Day (20th)

**see National Lollipop Day for more activities and recipes

National Ice Cream Soda Day

Hammock Day (22nd)

**see Hammock Day for more activities

National Hot Dog Day (23rd)

**see National Hot Dog Day for more activities and recipes

Amelia Earhart Day (24th)

**see Amelia Earhart Day for more activities

Aunt and Uncle Day (26th)

**see Aunt and Uncle Day for more activities

National Day of the Cowboy – fourth Saturday in July

National Milk Chocolate Day (28th)

Interntional Tiger Day (29th)

National Lasagna Day (29th)

**see National Lasagna Day for more activities and recipes

National Cheesecake Day (30th)

**see National Cheesecake Day for more activities and recipes

Father-in-Law Day (30th)

**see Father-in-Law Day for more activities

Mutt’s Day (31st)

**see Mutt’s Day for more activities

Also check out:

Homeschool: July on Pinterest

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One thought on “July Holidays”

  1. Reblogged this on Kirby's Korner Blog and commented:

    I remember when I first started these posts. They have come in so helpful for me to look back on and hopefully they have helped some of you as well.
    I’ve added even more Pins to boards Homeschool: Summer, Homeschool: July, and Parties: 4th of July/Patriotic with even more ideas for the 4th of July. I’m sure you’ll find something on this list to keep your kids busy this summer.

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