Hey, kids have you ever wondered about Santa's Elves? Who are these mysterious helpers to Santa? What do they like to eat, where do they live? For the answers to these questions and more check out these Santa's Elves facts for kids below. What is an Elf? Santa's elves are small magical creatures that help Santa throughout the year. Elves are also known as Santa's … [Read more...] about Santa’s Elves Facts for Kids
Every year on the fourth Thursday of November we celebrate Thanksgiving in the United States of America. It is a day of family, friends, eating, and football. Sometimes Thanksgiving is referred to as turkey day because so many people eat turkey on Thanksgiving. But, guess what? No one knows for sure if turkey was even eaten on the first … [Read more...] about Thanksgiving Day Facts for Kids!
Hey kids do you want to learn more about the place that Santa calls home? The North Pole is a real place. Did you know that the North Pole isn't on land? Keep reading to learn more about the North Pole and Santa's workshop. Where is the North Pole? The North Pole is located in the northern most region of the northern hemisphere. It sits … [Read more...] about Where is Santa’s Workshop? North Pole Facts for Kids
Love it or hate it candy corn is a Fall holiday season staple. From its chewy structure to its super-sweet taste, it's a candy that is loved and hated by many. Did you know that candy corn was originally called chicken feed? It's true! Candy corn is so popular that it even has its own holiday, National Candy Corn Day! To find out more awesome facts check out these candy … [Read more...] about Candy Corn Facts for Kids
Did you know that reindeer are also called caribou? Did you know that they are a species of deer and shed their antlers every year? There are so many fascinating facts about reindeer. Are you curious about Santa's reindeer? Check out these reindeer facts for kids to find out the best information about reindeer! What is a Reindeer? Reindeer are also known as caribou. … [Read more...] about Reindeer Facts for Kids