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The third Monday in January is dedicated to Martin Luther King, Jr. Do you know why this man is so special that he gets his own holiday?
It's January, which that means there are ton of cool holidays to celebrate too. Martin Luther King Day, Robbie Burns Day and Elvis's Birthday all take place in January!
Adam Sandler explains Hanukkah best when he says, "Instead of one day of presents, we have eight crazy nights!" Find out what Hanukkah is all about!
From eating deer brains to hiding glass pickles, Kidzworld looks at old Christmas traditions from around the world.
October isn't just about dressing up like a freaky monster and scaring little kids. That's fun too, but so is United Nations Day - you get to eat tons of foreign food, sing and dance.
Mexican Independence Day is about more than food and fireworks. Find out the history behind this important Mexican holiday.
Here's an excuse to ditch the homework for a bit and eat Grandma's cookies and listen to Grandpa talk about the "good old days." On Grandparents Day, head over to their house, try their teeth on and compare fashion styles.
All work and no play makes for a very boring summer - and an excuse to cause some mischief. Instead of working on Monday, North Americans will be eating tons of beef and maybe thinking of a new job.
All or Nothing Day is the day to live like it's your last. It's the day to do something you've never done before or always wanted to do.
Flag Day has been a national holiday since 1949. It's time to break out your American flag and fly it high on June 14 for Flag Day in the United States.
Kidzworld covers the history behind Earth Day, how it started, who started it and when. Here's the facts behind Earth Day.
April Fools Day is just around the corner so Kidzworld has brought you some of the coolest tricks to get you in the holiday spirit.
February is Black History Month, a time to remember the African Americans who made countless contributions to help shape the country we live in today.
On February 2, everyone waits for the groundhog to poke his head out and look for his shadow. This crucial moment will predict the weather for the next few weeks.
Robbie Burns Day is a Scottish holiday named after the poet who was born on January 25th, 1759. Any Robbie Burns festival includes bagpipes, Scotsmen in kilts, eating haggis and reading poetry!
Full moons are magical and you can catch them once a month! Find out more about the history and myths of the moon.
When most peeps think of holidays, they think of things like Christmas or Labor Day. They usually don't think of these...
If you've got a question that needs answering right now, Guru Joe is your man. Whatever your question, this dude's got the answers!
This holiday isn't just about spring cleaning. It's about adding some color to life. Kidz can get away with pelting their teachers with colored water or powdered paints - how cool is that?