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Whole Nursery Dia De Los Muertos

Also known as Day of the Dead, it’s a holiday when families celebrate and remember friends and family who have passed away. This tradition originated in Mexico and is celebrated at the beginning of November.


Whole Nursery Diwali

Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, is the most popular of all the festivals from South Asia. It is also the occasion for celebrations by Jains and Sikhs as well as Hindus. The word Diwali comes from the Sanskrit word deepavali, meaning “rows of lighted lamps”. Houses, shops and public places are decorated with small oil lamps called diyas. People also enjoy fireworks and sweets too, so it’s really popular with children


Whole Nursery Bonfire Night
In Britain, 5 November is Bonfire Night, the anniversary of a plot to kill the king. In 1605 a man called Guy Fawkes was part of a plan to blow up the English parliament, but he was discovered and didn’t succeed. Bonfire Night is a great time to celebrate a tradition in the UK and enjoy a firework and bonfire display in your local area. It is something that is celebrated by all ages and by lots of families at the beginning of November.


Whole Nursery World Science Day

Children are naturally drawn to science-based activities. It’s ideal to tap into this natural enthusiasm as early on as possible by including science activities in preschool. • It fosters the desire to explore and experiment • It helps develop analytical and problem-solving skills • It nurtures an understanding of cause and effect, trial and error • It helps develop an understanding of the world


Whole Nursery Remembrance Sunday

In the UK and Commonwealth of Nations.  Remembrance Day is a day to commemorate the contribution of military and civilian servicemen and women in the two World Wars and later conflicts. At 11am a two minute silence is held to remember the people who died during wars around the world.


Whole Nursery Hannukah

Hanukkah (also Chanukah) is the Jewish Festival of Lights. The word Hanukkah means rededication. Every year, the celebration honors the hard-fought victory of those trying to keep their faith despite a powerful enemy. It is an eight-day holiday that will be celebrated this year starting at sundown.

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