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How to Celebrate the Spirit of Easter

There are two sides to Easter, there is the religious side and there is the the part of Spring. Both ideas have a new beginning a time to get it right and love our families, these are some ideas of how to do this. Spending time and serving those we love is the spirit of Easter for God is love. Steps 1 Make homemade Easter Egg colors. You need food coloring, vinegar, water and a container for each color. In one half cup of water add 18 drops of food…

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How to Celebrate the Month of the Dinosaurs

Dinosaurs are the most vicious creatures to ever walk the earth! But they deserve to be celebrated as they were the first creatures to roam the earth. October is international Dinosaur week and should be celebrated by all. Steps 1 Visit a museum! Get to know the species and study there bones. Draw them,take pictures of them and really get to know the species through online research. You could even make a power point and show it to your friends at your Dino party! 2 Try reading dinosaur story books…

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How to Celebrate Thanksgiving

Two Parts:Preparing for the MealHaving an Amazing ThanksgivingCommunity Q&A Celebrated annually in the United States on the fourth Thursday in November, the holiday of Thanksgiving was first observed in 1621 and continues to be an American tradition today. Thanksgiving means many things to different people but for most, the holiday of Thanksgiving is synonymous with festive meals, parades, football, family and friends, and, of course, turkey. For many, it’s also about spending time together, catching up and enjoying one another’s company. The Thanksgiving holiday is a reminder to give thanks…

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How to Celebrate UFO Day

UFO stands for Unidentified Flying Object. The true purpose of them are unknown; this is the same for whether they’re even real or not. They are celebrated by some people in hopes that we’ll learn more about them. UFO Day is on June 24th. Steps 1 Learn more about UFOs. There are many interesting facts, artwork, and possible sightings of UFOs. 2 Watch alien UFO movies and read alien and UFO books. 3 Gather a group of friends who believe in UFOs. Talk about the possibilities of extraterrestrials. Decide whether…

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How to Celebrate White Day

We all know about Valentine’s Day; it’s the day where you pass out chocolate, give out cards, and show affection. But have you heard of White Day? It’s a month after on March 14th that is commonly celebrated in Japan and Korea. On this day, the gentlemen pays back to the ladies who gave them gifts on Valentine’s Day. In other words, you can call it an “answer day.”[1] Steps 1 List the people who gave you gift(s) on Valentine’s Day. There are two types of chocolate that women give…

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How to Celebrate the Autumn Equinox

The autumnal equinox is the first day of fall. It is celebrated by many different cultures and plays a significant role in some beliefs. For most people, fall is a time that ushers in harvests, preserving food for the upcoming months, enjoyment of the colors of the changing leaves and beginning to prepare oneself both physically and psychologically for the upcoming colder months. For Keats, the famous poet, fall was the “season of mists and mellow fruitfulness”. A beautiful season, fall is filled with color, crisp days and provides an…

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How to Celebrate World Penguin Day

World Penguin Day is a holiday that is celebrated every year on April 25th. It is a whole day that is dedicated to, you guessed it, penguins! If you love penguins, or even just animals in general, and would like to know how you can celebrate this holiday, then keep reading this article to find out how. Steps 1 Educate yourself about penguins. There are a lot of websites that have a whole lot of information on penguins. There is a lot to learn about penguins, so you may be…

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How to Celebrate Winnie the Pooh Day

Winnie the Pooh Day was created to celebrate the birthday of the creator, A.A. Milne. Realistically, Winnie the Pooh (and all his friends) were created from stuffed animals that Milne’s son, Christopher Robin Milne, had as a child. Christopher Robin is also a character in the stories himself. Celebrate A.A Milne’s birthday and Winnie the Pooh Day on January 18th. Steps 1 Think of how you can describe the characters’ personalities. Roo, the joey, is always adventurous and curious about things. Piglet, the pig, is scared and timid when it…

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How to Celebrate the 12 Days of Christmas

Everyone knows the classic Christmas song “The Twelve Days of Christmas”. It can be a fun way to celebrate Christmas, by following the song’s requirements, in some way or another. Steps 1 Prepare for the first day of Christmas. Follow the song’s requirement for a partridge in a pear tree. Here are some ideas for fulfilling this: Buy a pear tree and make a paper partridge to place in it. Make an origami partridge in a pear tree. Carve a partridge in a tree out of a pear. Draw a…

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How to Celebrate the International Year of the Potato

“The United Nations declared that 2008 is the International Year of the Potato. Why? Because as wheat and rice prices surge, the potato is being rediscovered as a nutritious crop that could cheaply feed an increasingly hungry world.”[1] The International Year of the Potato (IYP) may be over, but the celebration still has meaning today. The IYP was intended to raise awareness of the importance of the potato, as well as agriculture in general. That means addressing issues of global concern, including hunger, poverty and threats to the environment. This…