I would like to get back to the heart of why we started this blog. We started KiKi Love Creations to share with you all the awesome crafting ideas that you can do through out the year. The projects are ideas for holiday decorations, crafting tutorials, projects that you can do with your kids and SO MUCH MORE!!!!!
There are Many special events and crafty observances that can be done through out each month. These are small fun little projects that can help teach your children as well. I know as a mom that is looking to start homeschooling my son I look forward to many of these. Here is a list of fun things throughout the month of March
Month Long Observances
- American Red Cross Month
- Irish-American Heritage Month
- Music in our Schools Month
- National Craft Month
- National Noodle Month
- Woman's History Month
- Youth Art Month
Week Long Observances
- 1st Week - Newspapers in Our School Week
- 2nd Week - Bubble Gum Week
- 2nd Week - Crochet Week
- National Pig Day
- Peanut Butter Lover's Day
- Share a Smile Day
- Dr. Seuss's Birthday
- Read Across America Day
- National Anthem Day The Star Spangled Banner was adopted by Congress as the national anthem in 1931.
- Parachute was invented (By Da Vinci)
- Dentist Day
- Oreo Cookies for Sale (On Sale for the first time in 1912.)
- Telephone Patent Granted (In 1876 to Alexander Graham Bell.)
- Working Women's Day
- Barbie's Birthday (Barbie Doll was introduced on this day in 1959.)
- Daylight Saving Time Begins (Clocks move forward one hour on the second Sunday in March).
- First Paper Money Issued (Issued this day in 1862.)
- Genealogy Day
- Girl Scout Day (Girl Scouts founded in 1912.)
- Albert Einstein's Birthday (Born in 1879.)
- Potato Chip Day
- National Quilting Day Celebrated the Third Saturday of March.
- Rubber Band Invented (In 1845).
- St. Patrick's Day
- Submarine Day
- Swallow's Return Day ( The traditional return of swallows to San Juan Capistrano.)
- Big Bird's Birthday (Sesame Street Character.)
- First Day of Spring
- International Waffle Day
- Pancakes First Made (First made in New York City in 1882.)
- Passover Begins at Sundown
- Coca-Cola (was Invented In 1886.)
- Pickle Day
- First Map of the US Published
- Tater Day
We love to hear from our readers......What days will you be crafting for?