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December Fun Days

Looking for additional lessons ideas for the month of December? Here's a list of additional anniversaries that you might want to include.

1- Rosa Parks began the American Civil Rights Movement by refusing to give up her seat on a Montgomery, AL bus.

2- The Monroe Doctrine was declared by President James Monroe on this day in 1823.

3- The first human heart transplant took place on this day in 1967.

4- Today is Mexico's Day of the Artisans.

5- Walt Disney was born on this day in 1901.

6- Today is Sinterklass Day in the Netherlands.

7- Today is the annivesary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor.

8- Eli Whitney was born on this day in 1765.

9- Emmett Kell was born on this day in 1898.

10- Today is United Nations Human Rights Day.

11- UNICEF was established this day in 1946.

12- Today is Independence Day in Kenya.

13- Today is Santa Lucia's Day in Sweden.

14- The South Pole was discovered on this day in 1911 by Roald Amundsen.

15- The USA Bill of Rights became part of the Constitution on this day in 1791.

16- Today is the anniversary of the Boston Tea Party.

17- The first successful airplane flight was made by the Wright Brothers on this day in 1903.

18- The 13th Amendment to the US Constitution was made on this day in 1865.

19- President Eisenhower made the first radio voice broadcast from space via satellite on this day in 1958.

20- The Louisiana Purchase was made on this day in 1803.

21- Today is Forefather's Day.

22- Today is the Winter Solstice.

23- The Metric Conversion Act was signed on this day in 1975.

24- The Christmas song "Silent Night" was composed on this day in 1818.


26- Today is Boxing Day in Great Britain and Canada.

27- Louis Pasteur was born on this day in 1822.

28- Chewing Gum was patented on this day in 1869.

29- Today is the anniversary of the Wounded Knee Massacre.

30- Congress authorized the minting of a new half dollar on this day in 1963.



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