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Loving Day

Loving-DayJune 12th is Loving Day, which commemorates the date when the Supreme Court of America ruled to disband all anti-miscegenation laws in 1967 (laws that made mixed race marriages illegal).

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Celebrating Black History Month


February is Black History Month*, and every American should take some time to celebrate African-American history and culture. From civil rights to business, music, literature and medicine, black Americans have played a major part in defining what makes America great.
Here are several ways you and your family can celebrate African-American culture as part of Black History Month:

1. Visit the new Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial on the National Mall
2. Listen to some blues, soul, R&B, hip-hop and jazz
3. Read The Autobiography of Malcolm X and or Martin Luther King Jr.
4. Cook a dinner of traditional African-American foods

In honor of Black History Month, I created the above coloring sheet. Click the image to download. Enjoy! *Read More

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The Magic Behind E.T.

30 years later, E.T. is still rated one of America’s greatest movies. Unbeknownst to most people, the film’s concept was inspired by Spielberg’s imaginary friend whom he made after the divorce of his parents. The story explored the innocence of youth, making a connection, and building and valuing relationships.*

In celebration of E.T.’s 30th anniversary,
I created a coloring sheet. Click the image
to download the coloring sheet. Enjoy!

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International Day of Peace Coloring Sheet

Today is International Day of Peace! The United Nations’ (UN) International Day of Peace is celebrated on September 21 each year to recognize the efforts of those who have worked hard to end conflict and promote peace.

On the International Day of Peace, also known as Peace Day, people around the world take part in various activities and organize events centered on the theme “peace”. Events vary from private gatherings to public concerts and forums involving large audiences. Activities include:

  • Interfaith peace ceremonies.
  • A toast for peace.
  • A peace choir.
  • Lighting candles.
  • Peace prayers.
  • A peace convoy of vehicles.
  • Tree planting for peace.
  • Art exhibitions promoting peace.
  • Peace walks.*

To get your kiddos involved, have them color this coloring sheet. Click here to download the International Day of Peace Coloring Sheet. Teachers, feel free to use this coloring sheet as an activity. Enjoy!

* Read more about International Day of Peace at