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When is Independence Day in the USA?

July 4

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What day is Christmas on? 

December 25

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When is Easter?

Easter happens on the first Sunday after fullmoon in Spring.

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When is Thanksgiving?

The 4th Thursday of November.

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This is the day when millions of people around the world celebrate love. They spend time with their loved ones, exchange gifts. Having a meal with your special someone is the most common way to celebrate this holiday.

St.Valentine's Day

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What do Americans watch in the sky at night on this holiday ?

Fireworks

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Traditional colors used at Christmas time?

Red and Green

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What is Bunny?

The animal who hides the Easter eggs.

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Who do they spend time with in this holiday?

 Family

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When do they say 'Trick or treat!' ?

Halloween

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What is "The Star-Spangled Banner"?

Name of the American national anthem.

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Name two places Santa puts his gifts for children.

The stocking and under the tree.

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What is Egg Hunt?

Fun game for children to find eggs.

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What is the famous food of this holiday?

Turkey

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The theme of this event is green and you can see many traditional parades. Plus, you can find themed parties on this day in many pubs. This holiday celebrates the arrival of Christianity in Ireland.

Saint Patrick’s Day

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What happened on July 4, 1960?

1) A 50th star was added to the American flag

2) Philipines declared independence from America

2) Cuban missile crisis

A 50th star was added to the American flag to represent the new state of Hawaii.

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Kids do this on the back hill of their school (when there is snow)

Sledge

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What does an Easter Egg symbolize?

Rebirth

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Who are the Pilgrims?

The people who sailed to America. The first emigrants and Indians met and had a big feast after their first harvest in the New World in October 1621.

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The most important month in the Muslim world. In this month they observe strict fast in which they are allowed to eat and drink only after sunset and before sunrise

Ramadan, April 23 - May 23.

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What is the history of 4th July?

In 1776 the Founding Fathers (political leaders) signed the Declaration of Independence

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What do you get if you are bad?

Coal

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What do the words Easter and Pascha mean?

Many Christians celebrate Easter Sunday as the day of Jesus Christ's resurrection, which is written in the New Testament. The name Easter comes from Eostara, the Germanic goddess of rebirth. In Latin and Greek, the Christian celebration is called Pascha (Greek: Πάσχα), a word from Aramaic פסחא (Paskha), similar to Hebrew פֶּסַח (Pesach). The word originally means the festival when Jewish people celebrate the Exodus from slavery in Egypt.

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What is Indian Corn?

Ornamental multicolored ears of corn that decorate tables and front doors.It is for decoration purposes only and not for eating.

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This holiday doesn’t have a set date. It follows the lunar calendar, but usually it is at the end of January until mid-February. Red is a lucky color, so you can see a lot of red decorations. Each year is represented by a different animal.

Chinese New Year

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