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January
 First day of the new
year.
 Make New Year
resolutions!

st
1

New Year

February

th
14

Valentine’s
Day



 The day of love.
 Red roses and
chocolate are given to
females from males
along wi...
March

th
17

St. Patrick's Day


 Celebrated for the
patron saint of Ireland
died on this day in 461
AD.
 (Celebrated ...
April

st
1

April Fools Day


 Don’t know how or when it
started.
 Can be as simple as saying
“your shoes are untied.”...
April

th
4

 Christian holiday that
celebrates the
resurrection of Jesus
Christ.
 Easter Bunny comes!
 Color eggs!


...
May

th
10

Mothers’ Day


 First Mother’s Day in
the united States was in
1914.
 Third most popular
holiday in the wor...
September 15
Independence Day
th



 Independence Day is a
very important holiday
in my country El
Salvador. We celebrat...
September
 Celebrate the working
people. (16-older)
 First Monday in
September.
 First celebrated
September 5th 1894

t...
October
 Correctly spelt as
Hallowe’en
 “Trick or Treat!”
 Get lots of candy!!

st
31

Halloween

th
25

November
Thanksgiving



 First celebrated in 1621
by the Pilgrims.
 The last Thursday in
November.
 Lots of pa...
December

th
24

Eve



 Hang stockings.
 Sing Christmas carols.
 Eggnog.
 Avoid the coil.
 Spend time with
family.
...
December

th
25

Day



 Happy Birthday Jesus.
 Eat lots of food.
 Open presents.
 Spend time with family
again!

Chr...
December

st
31

New Years
Eve



 The end of the year.
 Fireworks everywhere.
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Holidays and Festivals

  1. 1. January  First day of the new year.  Make New Year resolutions! st 1 New Year 
  2. 2. February th 14 Valentine’s Day   The day of love.  Red roses and chocolate are given to females from males along with greeting cards.  189 million stems of roses are sold on valentines day.
  3. 3. March th 17 St. Patrick's Day   Celebrated for the patron saint of Ireland died on this day in 461 AD.  (Celebrated in Irish culture.)  Wear green! You might get pinched!!
  4. 4. April st 1 April Fools Day   Don’t know how or when it started.  Can be as simple as saying “your shoes are untied.”  It could be a little worse like tapping the kitchen sprayer down so when the water comes on it sprays everywhere.  It always ends in the saying “April Fools!!”
  5. 5. April th 4  Christian holiday that celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ.  Easter Bunny comes!  Color eggs!  Easter
  6. 6. May th 10 Mothers’ Day   First Mother’s Day in the united States was in 1914.  Third most popular holiday in the world.  The Special flower is a carnation.  Honor your mother and spend time with her!
  7. 7. September 15 Independence Day th   Independence Day is a very important holiday in my country El Salvador. We celebrate it on September 15.That day is very important because that was the day that El Salvador got its freedom from Spain.
  8. 8. September  Celebrate the working people. (16-older)  First Monday in September.  First celebrated September 5th 1894 th 6  Labor Day
  9. 9. October  Correctly spelt as Hallowe’en  “Trick or Treat!”  Get lots of candy!! st 31 Halloween 
  10. 10. th 25 November Thanksgiving   First celebrated in 1621 by the Pilgrims.  The last Thursday in November.  Lots of parades, football and of course food!!!
  11. 11. December th 24 Eve   Hang stockings.  Sing Christmas carols.  Eggnog.  Avoid the coil.  Spend time with family. Christmas
  12. 12. December th 25 Day   Happy Birthday Jesus.  Eat lots of food.  Open presents.  Spend time with family again! Christmas
  13. 13. December st 31 New Years Eve   The end of the year.  Fireworks everywhere.

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