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January Arts and Crafts

Kid Crafts for January
January Feature – Build a Large Snow Worm for the Birds
January Crafts from the Craft Corner
January Seasonal Crafts from Kinderart

Snow, Snowflakes, and Ice
Paper Snowflakes
Paper Snowflakes for Everyone
About Snowflakes
How Do Snowflakes Form
Count the Snow Flakes
The Science Behind Snow Flakes
Snowflake Origami
Building an Igloo
All About Snow
The Basics of Snow

Teacher Lesson Plan Sites
Daily Lesson Plans

January Calendar
January 1
1735 Paul Revere was born.
1752 Betsy Ross was born

January 2
1879, Swan Frittea was born. (Inventor of the Eskimo Pie)
1788 - Georgia becomes state
1870 - Construction on the Brooklyn Bridge
1959 Luna I was launched. (First Soviet Moon Probe)

January 3
1959 Alaska became the 49th State
1871 - Margarine was patented
1888 - The Waxed Paper Drinking Straw was patented

January 4
1643 Sir Isaac Newton was born
1809 Louis Braille was born (Braille Alphabet)
1493 Christopher Columbus began his return trip to Spain from the New World
1887 Thomas Stevens arrived in San Francisco Calif. Completing the First Around The World Bicycle Trip

January 5
1779 Stephen Decatur was born
1905 The National Association Of Audubon Societies was founded
1972 President Nixon ordered NASA to begin work on a Manned Space Shuttle

January 6
1878 Carl Sandburg was born

January 7
1610 Galileo discovered Jupiter’s moon’s

January 8
1935 Elvis Presley was born
1800 The First Soup Kitchens For The Poor opened in London
1815 The Battle Of New Orleans

January 9
1870 Joseph Baermann Strauss was born (Golden Gate Bridge)
1929 The First School For Seeing Eye Dogs was founded

January 10
1807 President Jefferson receives report on Lewis and Clark expedition
1911 The First Aerial Photograph was taken

January 11
1755 Alexander Hamilton was born

Janauary 12
1628 Charles Perrault was born (Mother Goose Tales)
1896 Dr. H.L. Smith made the First X-Ray Photograph In the United States

January 14
1875 Albert Schweitzer was born
1914 Henry Ford’s first automobile assembly line went into operation

January 15
1929 Martin Luther King, Jr. was born
1870 The Donkey symbol of the Democratic party appeared for the first time.

January 16
1547 Ivan the Terrible was crowned Czar of Russia
1978 NASA accepted it’s first women candidates for astronauts

January 17
1706 Benjamin Franklin was born

January 18
1882 A.A. Milne children’s author and creator of Winnie the Pooh  

January 19
1736 James Watt was born
1809 Edgar Allan Poe was born

January 20
1775 Andre Ampere was born
1945 President Franklin Roosevelt was inaugurated for a fourth term

January 21
1824 Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson was born

January 22
1561 Francis Bacon was born
 1930 Excavation of the Empire State Building began

January 23
1737 John Hancock was born
1849 Elizabeth Blackwell became the first American woman to receive a medical degree

January 24
1870 William Morgan was born (Volleyball)
1848 James W. Marshall discovered gold at Sutter’s Mill, California
1908 Sir Robert Baden-Powell organized the first Boy Scout troop in England

January 25
1905 World’s largest diamond found
1915 Alexander Graham Bell made the first transcontinental telephone call

January 26
1880 Douglas MacArthur was born
1837 Michigan become the 26th state

1950 Jesse Owens voted top track and field athlete of the first half of the 20th century

January 27
1756 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born
1880 Thomas Edison received a patent for his electric lamp
1948 First tape recorder sold

January 28
1973 Arkansas made the honeybee it’s state insect

1986 Space Shuttle Challenger explodes, killing all seven astronauts aboard

January 29
1843 William McKinley was born
1845 Edgar Allan Poe’s poem "The Raven " was published
1886 First successful gasoline powered car was made by Karl Benz

January 30
1882 Franklin D. Roosevelt was born
1915 Congress is created the U.S. Coast Guard

January 31
1865 Congress proposed the Thirteenth Amendment to abolish slavery
1961 Chimpanzee named Ham went into space and returned back safely

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