Fun Fact: Besides chocolate, what other candy pops its head around the corner during Easter time? Jelly beans! An astounding 16 billion jelly beans are made exclusively for Easter. That’s enough beans to fill a plastic egg the size of a nine story building!
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Fun Fact: St. Patrick’s Day is observed on March 17 because that is the feast day of St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. It is believed that he died on March 17 in the year 461 AD. It is also a worldwide celebration of Irish culture and history. St. Patrick’s Day is a national holiday in Ireland, and a provincial holiday in the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Fun Fact: Benjamin Franklin was the first American to propose Dalylight Saving Time in 1784. However, it wasn’t fully implemented in the US until after the Second World War.
Fun Fact: Need an easy way to remember the continents names? Remember: Erin Ate Nine Sticky Apricots At Aprils…
- Erin – Europe
- Ate – Asia
- Nine – North America
- Sticky – South America
- Apricots – Africa
- At – Australia
- Aprils – Antarctica
Think you know the continents? Test your smarts with this fun crossword puzzle:
Continents Crossword Puzzle Game Hints
- Home to China and Brazil
- This island continent is also its own country
- Canada and the United States are located in ______.
- With the exception of Brazil, nearly every country on this continent is made up of Spanish-speaking citizens.
- The traditional number of continents in the world.
- This small continent is home to dozens of countries like France, Spain, Italy, and the Netherlands
- Egypt, Nigeria, the Sudan, and many other countries are found on this large continent.
- This frozen continent has no permanent human residents but many researchers work there year round.
Tomato Fun Fact: While tomatoes are perfectly safe and healthy to eat, their leaves are actually toxic!
Puzzle Difficulty: Medium 4×4
Presidents Day Fun Fact: President’s Day is not the official name of the holiday we call by that name. It’s really Washington’s Birthday. This holiday was celebrated during George Washington’s lifetime but it didn’t become a federal holiday till 1885. It is celebrated as George Washington Day in Virginia.
Puzzle Difficulty: Easy 3×3
Mardi Gras Fact: In addition to celebrations in New Orleans and Rio, other famous celebrations of the day take place in Baranquilla in Colombia, Port-of-Spain in Trinidad and Tobago, Mazatlan in Mexico and Quebec City in Canada.
Puzzle Difficulty: Easy 3×3
Valentine’s Day Fun Fact: Many believe the ‘X’ symbol became synonymous with the kiss in medieval times. People who couldn’t write their names signed in front of a witness with an ‘X.’ The ‘X’ was then kissed to show their sincerity.
Puzzle Difficulty: Hard 5×5
Our blog team wanted to add a little fun to your Sundays, and we’re starting with this great game day picture! And, in case this is your first attempt at a sliding puzzle, we’ll give the details on how to play (seriously, where have you been hiding?):
Single click (do not drag) the square horizontally or vertically adjacent to the empty square to move the pieces till you get the image to look like the completed one at the bottom of the game.
Difficulty: Medium 4×4