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Lake Castle 2C - Spelling Ch 29
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a day set aside to honor mothers, observed annually on the second Sunday in May.
a Jewish holiday commemorating the re-dedication of the Temple of Jerusalem after the victory of Judas Maccabeus over the king of ancient Syria in 165BC its celebrated by lighting candles on eight successive nights.
the day, February 14, named in honor of Saint Valentine, an early Christian saint. It is celebrated by sending of valentines.
the day on which a person is born.
days when people don't have to work or go to school.
a holiday in the US observed on the fourth Thursday in November to celebrate the anniversary of the first Pilgrims harvest feast that was held in 1621.
New Year's Day
a holiday that celebrates the first day of the year. January 1.
a legal holiday in honor of working people, observed in the United States on the first Monday in September.
a legal holiday celebrated annually to commemorate the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus on October 12, 1492. This holiday is now celebrated on the second Monday in October.
the yearly celebration of the birth of Jesus. It falls on December 25th.
a day set aside to honor father's , celebrated each year on the third Sunday in June.
the plural of child
the anniversary of the day in 1777 when the stars and stripes was made the official flag of the United States. It falls on June 14.
February 2 on this day, the groundhog is supposed to come out of its hole. If it sees its own shadow, there will be six more weeks of winter. If it doesn't see its shadow, spring will come soon.
a holiday on October 31 that is celebrated by dressing up in costumes, collecting treats, and playing tricks pertaining to Halloween.
of the highest quality; better than all others.
something that is eaten or taken in by people, animals, or plants that keeps them alive and helps them grow; nourishment.
grain or other food that has been ground.
things done for fun.
a sound that is loud and harsh.
to observe a special day, like a holiday, in a way that makes it different from other days.
a legal holiday in memory of members of the military killed in all American wars. It was originally celebrated on May 30 and is now usually celebrated on the last Monday in May.
April Fools' Day
a day when tricks are often played on people. It falls on April 1.
a holiday observed on July 4, commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776.
a legal holiday honoring veterans who have fought for the United States, formerly called Armistice Day. It is celebrated on November 11.
Lincoln 's Birthday
Martin Luther King Day
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