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Today is Antarctica Day! Let’s celebrate this icy continent with some fun facts.
Stay warm, everyone!
Today is Red Planet Day! This day celebrates the first time a spacecraft got close enough to Mars to take amazing photos of the planet.
Here are some facts about the red planet:
– There are dust storms on Mars. These storms are what carve out the land!
– The rocks and dust on Mars are made of iron.
– Mars has two moons; Phobos and Deimos.
– Mars is about half the size of Earth.
– It takes about 6-8 months for a Spacecraft to travel from Earth to Mars.
Do you want to visit the this planet someday? You just might! Scientists are trying to figure out ways to bring humans to Mars!
Guess what? Today is World Hello Day! A day where we remember the importance of communication.
To celebrate, we’re going to learn how to say hello in a few different languages.
Do you know how to say “Hello” in other languages? Tell us by leaving a comment below!
Have a great day!
We showed you how to make Rice Crispy Treats 4 Ways in the December issue of Chirp. Here are some more delicious holiday snacks you can make!
Red and Green Salsa
Mix chopped kiwi, pomegranate, and avocado together. Add a spoonful of oil and salt and pepper to taste and serve with crackers or chips.
Stick banana slices onto a skewer and decorate with fruit, chocolate chips, and pretzels.
Healthier Rice Crispy Squares
Make your own healthier version of rice crispy squares by topping rice cakes with cream cheese or alternative and fruit.
Do you have a fun holiday recipe that you make with your family? Share it with us in a comment or email!
— Jackie, email@example.com