December is especially known for celebrating Christmas but the month is full of many other important national holidays as well. Each special day explores many subjects including health awareness, safety issues and even promotes a healthy lifestyle. You can teach your children about the observance and importance of all days if they are too overwhelmed with the holiday season.No matter what, the holiday season is always fun and you can mark your calendar and decide what you plan to do with your family. These are some special days in the month of December.
Special days and Holidays
December 1: Rosa Parks Day
Rosa parks days is observed to honor the civil rights in the USA and to pay a tribute to the activist Rosa.
December 1: World AIDS Day
World’s Aids day is observed to let everyone know about the harms caused by AIDS and how to prevent you from such a disease.
December 2: Special Education Day
Special education day is observed on December 2nd as on this special day the disable individuals were signed to the education law.
December 3: Make a Gift Day
This special day is celebrated to promote the making of gifts rather than purchasing them.
December 4: Santa’s List Day
This is a fun day as the Santa himself makes a list of some interesting things.
December 4: Cookie Day
Cookies are an amazing treat and everyone loves them. To celebrate the existence of these tasty cookies a special day is dedicated to them.
December 6: Give a Secret Gift Day
It’s a special day celebrate few weeks before Christmas and Santa himself gifts some amazing gifts to the children.
December 7: Pearl Harbor Day
Pearl Harbor day is a national holiday which is observed to honor the citizens of USA who lost their lives when the harbor was attacked by Japanese forces.
December 7: Letter Writing Day
Letter writing day is celebrated to pay tribute to Richard who was very happy to receive his first letter in the mail box.
December 10: Human Rights Day
Human rights day is celebrated all over the world to honor the universal declaration of Human rights. It gives empowerment to every individual.
December 10: Nobel Prize Day
Nobel Prize day is observed to honor Nobel who signed his last will with Swedish-Norwegian Club. Nobel prizes are given to individuals who have achieved something of value.
December 15: Bill of Rights Day
Bill of rights day is celebrated to acknowledge the way these rights were finalized after the first few amendments. The bill of rights was passed by the US constitution so we look deep into the history and its origin on this special day.
December 21: Forefathers Day
Forefather’s day is celebrated by the people of Plymouth, Massachusetts to honor the pilgrims who entered their country in 1620.
December 25th: Christmas day
Christmas is celebrated by all Christians in the world to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. Gifts are exchanged between friends and relatives. Houses are decorated beautiful with tress and other beautiful things.
December 31st: New Year’s Eve
New Year’s Eve is celebrated on the last day of December and as a new year starts people celebrate it with a hope of an exciting new year. Some people hold dinners and party throughout the night.
Week long holidays
These special days are celebrate throughout the week .Lets check them out
National Hand washing awareness week (first week)
It teaches you to wash your hands properly so you are saved from germs which can cause flu.
National influenza Vaccination week (December 3rd to 9th)
People who have not yet got their vaccinations of flu should get them in this week.