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Challenge yourself with this not-the-norm pumpkin stencil – just copy and paste the design below, reformat it on your computer (choose a design program) to make it the size you want, ask a parent for help carving and voila! The perfect pumpkin.
When you think about Halloween what are the first images to come into your mind? Most of us associate this spooky holiday with trick or treating, pumpkins as lanterns and all sorts of costumes, especially those of the ghostly variety.
Celebrate Halloween with Disney.com’s newly launched Haunted Holidays website, which is packed full of spooky content like videos, games and other fun (but scary!) activities for you to do.
Get ready to discover a whole "new world" of information about the navigator Christopher Columbus, and the American holiday named after him - Columbus Day.
Canadian Thanksgiving is held the second Monday in October, unlike the American Thanksgiving, which falls in November.
Halloween can go on all year with costumes, vests and other dress-up toys from Fat Brain Toys that take you from trick-or-treating to dressing up right in your very own home – whether it’s October or not. Check them out, below!
Just like fashion, Halloween costumes come in trends; what was cool last year may not go down so well in 2009 (though there are some get-ups that remain timeless year in and out). That's why we're presenting the Top 10 Halloween Costumes 2009: Girls.
Just like fashion, Halloween costumes come in trends; what was cool last year may not go down so well in 2009 (though there are some get-ups that remain timeless year in year out). That's why we're presenting the Top 10 Halloween Costumes 2009: Guys.
September 8 is International Literacy Day. Seems pretty fitting, since kids around the world are also heading back to school around this time!
Besides all the totally bizarre day-long occasions, August is the official month used to recognize Catfish, Eye Exams, Romance Awareness, Peaches, Foot Health, American Artists, Home Businesses and Inventors. Check out these Awesome August Holidays!
Each year, Video Games Day falls on July 8. There’s also another holiday called National Video Games Day that lands on September 12.
Both Canada Day (July 1) and American Independence Day (July 4) land in July – but did you know they share the month with some truly kooky celebrations?
June is so cool, it’s hot! School is almost over and summer’s about to begin! June is the month when we really start feeling like winter is over and done with for another year – the weather is getting warmer and the sun is shining almost every day?
May is one of the most gorgeous months of the year. All winter long we’ve been hibernating from the cold and waiting for the sun to come out from behind the clouds. Find out more about Special Days in May!
A sweet-toothed dog that wolfed down 12 Cadbury Creme Eggs in one sitting has sparked new warnings for owners to keep their Easter treats out of their pets' reach.
You're getting ready for good ol' Peter Cottontail to hop on down the bunny trail and bring you a basket full of sweets on Easter Sunday. But how much do you actually know about the holiday? Take our Easter quiz and find out!
Every month has its fair share of holidays and special days of celebration and coming together for a good cause, and April is no exception! Check out the Kidworld Guide to April Special Days below to find out more on how you can celebrate!
It’s March and spring is finally in the air (depending on where you live!). There’s so much to do and celebrate this month – take a look and find out what’s going on in the next 31 days!
If you’re like us, you love Valentine’s Day! The gorgeous cards, the sweet candy and all the love that goes around on February 14 are just some of the things that make it special. But have you ever wondered why we celebrate Valentine’s Day every Feb
After Christmas, Valentine’s Day, which happens annually on February 14, is the most celebrated day of the year in the U.S. Here is some interesting trivia about the international day of love.