National Holidays of April

There are a number of fun national holidays in April that kids can enjoy. April is a month full of celebrations and holidays. It’s a great opportunity for kids to learn about different traditions and cultures while having fun at the same time. Here are some National Holidays for kids to celebrate in April:

April Fools’ Day (April 1st): This holiday is all about playing harmless pranks on friends and family members. Kids can have fun coming up with creative ideas for pranks, like putting fake bugs in someone’s lunch or setting their alarm clock an hour early.

Earth Day (April 22nd): Earth Day is a day to celebrate the environment and raise awareness about protecting the planet. Kids can participate in activities like planting trees, picking up litter, or learning about recycling.

National Arbor Day (April 30th): Arbor Day is a holiday that celebrates trees and encourages people to plant and care for them. Kids can have fun planting a tree in their backyard or learning about the different types of trees in their area.

National Jelly Bean Day (April 22nd): If your child loves jelly beans, then National Jelly Bean Day is the perfect holiday to celebrate! Kids can have fun trying different flavors of jelly beans and even making their own jelly bean creations.

National Pretzel Day (April 26th): Pretzels are a fun snack that kids love, and National Pretzel Day is a great time to celebrate them. Kids can have fun making their own pretzels or trying different types of pretzels from around the world.

Let’s celebrate

Overall, April is a fun month filled with holidays that kids can enjoy. Whether it’s playing pranks on April Fools’ Day or celebrating the environment on Earth Day, there’s something for everyone. In conclusion, April is a month full of meaningful celebrations and holidays for kids to learn about and participate in. These holidays provide a great opportunity to teach kids about different cultures and traditions, as well as to express appreciation and gratitude for important people in their lives. To see a complete list of all the days to Celebrate in May check out Just choose the ones that interest your family the most, get creative, and celebrate every day!

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