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● Martin Luther King Day, Civil Rights & Freedom
● World Flags
● Academy Awards Ceremony
● Carnivals & Masks
● Crime Scene
● George Washington's Birthday
● Groundhog Day
● Pancake Tuesday
● The Fight for Social Justice
● Valentine's Day
● International Women's Day
● Months, Days and Numbers
● St. David’s Day
● St. Patrick's Day
● The World of Sports
● World Wildlife Day
● April Fool's Day
● Earth Day
● Sinking of the Titanic
● Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work Day
● World Health Day
● International Day of Families
● May Day
● May History Events
● Mother's Day
● World Travel
● 200 Year Anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo
● Driving Tests
● Father's Day
● Flag Day
● Independence Day
● International Friendship Day
● Music Festivals
● Summer Holidays
● Summer Solstice at Stonehenge
● Summer Sports
● The Edinburgh Festival and Festival Fringe
● The Notting Hill Carnival
● The Queen's official birthday
● September Anniversaries
● The Meaning of September
● Bram Stoker Festival
● Museums at Night
● October Anniversaries
● Sinking of the Titanic
● Guy Fawkes Night
● Remembrance Day
● St. Andrew's Day
● Thanksgiving Day
● December Anniversaries
● New Year's Eve
● The Jazz Age
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February is the month of carnivals. Originally a Catholic tradition, Carnival also has European pagan roots. From Carnaval Brazil, to Mardi Gras in New Orleans, USA and the Carnevale di Venezia, people celebrate in different ways but masks are always a big part of carnivals. Why are they used and what do they represent?
Crime. We know about it and hear about it all the time. It is a topic covered in newspapers, television and on the radio every day. It also makes a great topic for novels. Who doesn't like a little suspense and mystery in their lives?
George Washington was the first President and one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. His birthday is celebrated in the USA on President's Day, the third Monday of February.
Groundhog Day is celebrated on February 2. The most famous Groundhog Day celebration is held in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania.
International Women's Day is celebrated around the world on March 8th. It is an opportunity to remember the achievements of women while calling for greater equality, as well as an occasion for men to express their love for the women in their lives.
On Martin Luther King Day Americans celebrate African-American history and remember the most famous leader of the American Civil Rights movement, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and his message of freedom and equality.
The beginning of Lent is marked by celebrations in many countries.
The feast day of Saint David, the patron saint of Wales, falls on 1 March each year.
Saint Patrick's Day is celebrated annually on March 17th to commemorate Saint Patrick. The day also celebrates the heritage and culture of the Irish people at home and abroad.
Inequality is as old as humanity. However, for centuries, people all over the world have been fighting for Social Justice to achieve equality and respect for human rights at all levels of society. In 2009, the UN proclaimed February 20th as "World Day of Social Justice". Today let's learn more about the fight for social justice with our teaching resources.
Whether you practice yourself, support a team or simply watch others play, sports are probably a part of your and your students' lives in some way. Get your class talking about their favourite sports and learning new vocabulary with many resources.
Saint Valentine's Day is a lovers' holiday celebrated on February 14th in honour of St. Valentine, patron saint of all lovers.
World Wildlife Day falls on March 3d each year. It was established in 2013 by the United Nations General Assembly to celebrate wildlife and remind us of the need to protect it.