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Memorial Day isn't just a day off school. It's a day to remember all those people who died in war. The holiday goes all the way back to the Civil War and even has its own tune called Taps. Get all the details on Kidzworld.
Victoria Day is a Canadian national holiday where schools close and people get the day off work! It's all to celebrate Queen Victoria's birthday.
Centuries ago, Mother's Day honored the Mother of the Gods but now the day is meant for our moms.Get all the details and history of Mother's Day on Kidzworld!
Show mom how much you love her with a big hug and a thoughtful present on Mother's Day. We've come up with a bunch of gift ideas so you won't be stumped on what to buy!
Cinco de Mayo is a big holiday in Mexico. The Mexican army was outnumbered by the French army but they fought and won on May 5, 1862.
Looking for May Holidays? Here's a brief history of May Day, Cinco de Mayo, Mother's Day, Victoria Day and Memorial Day.
This is one of Australia's most important national holidays. April 25th is the anniversary of the first major battle fought by Australians and New Zealanders during World War I.
Easter may make you think about bunnies and treats, but it isn't just about chocolate. Find out about Easter's religious history.
If Good Friday is a holiday about the execution of the Christians' savior then what's so good about it? Read on to get the scoop.
The Easter Bunny may only work once a year, but he's more than just a delivery boy with a basket full of eggs. Find out more about this holiday hare right here.
Ching Ming Festival is a Chinese tradition celebrated on April 5th and is a day to clean graves. People offer food to deceased relatives and burn incense.
There are lots of April 2014 holidays like April Fools' Day, Ching Ming, Arbor Day, ANZAC Day and Easter. Check out what they're all about.
April Fools' Day is the funniest holiday around. Check out why April 1st is the day to trick and torment your friends and family!
Want to pull a prank on your friends and family on April Fool's Day? Kidzworld has some fun ideas for you!
Finally, it's spring! March 20th is the Spring Equinox, which means more sun, less chilly days and one step closer to summer.
St. Patrick's Day is celebrated on March 17th. Read on to find out the history of this Irish holiday.
March 8th is International Women's Day! This means that women all over the world look back and remember decades of struggling for equality, justice, peace and change.
You know that St. Patrick's day is just around the corner, but do you know about all the other holidays you can be celebrating in March? Find out here!
Mardis Gras is French for Fat Tuesday and it means you should pig-out on this day. Mardi Gras is the day before Lent, which is the 40 day period between Ash Wednesday and Easter. This year it is March 4th!
February 17 is Presidents Day! Think you know your presidents? Did George Washington wear a wig? Do you know how many death threats Lincoln received while he was president?