I put a new free printable resource in my Teachers Pay Teachers store:
If you’re like me, you’re unaware of National Donut Day until around noon on National Donut Day, when you finally figure out why everyone is posting pictures of donuts.
These “national holidays” are silly, but they’re still more fun for my kids than I’d think, so if I notice one, I try to scrabble together a quick mini celebration. Like this: How to Celebrate Chinese New Year with Kid! Last Minute Mom
We just add “observed” when a silly holiday has come and gone but we want to eat sugar. National Root Beer Float Day, Observed was a hit.
Here’s a super quick idea to celebrate Roald Dahl day (or Roald Dahl Month, if you’re just aiming for any day you remember to deal with this in September). In under 3 minutes, you can both acknowledge Roald Dahl (author of Matilda) and point out a troubling issue in American culture…but in a sort of fun way.