February 1st - Featuring Robinson Crusoe Freebies!

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Saturday, February 02, 2019 | 0 comments
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February 1st is... Robinson Crusoe Day (1709), National Serpent Day, National Baked Alaska Day, National Freedom Day, Skippy Peanut Butter Created (1933), Change Your Password Day, G.I. Joe Day (1964), Hula in The Coola Day, Spunky Old Broads Day, Car Insurance Day, Decorating With Candy Day, Candy-Making Day, National Get Up Day, National Dark Chocolate Day, National Cake Pops Day, No Politics Day, Highlight Your Hair Day, World Aspergillosis Day, World Hijab Day, International Face and Body Art Day, National Texas Day, NSPCC Number Day (UK), Federal Territory Day (Malaysia), Abolition of Slavery in Mauritius, St Brigid's Day/Imbolic (UK), Aroma Day (Japan), Dignity Action Day (UK), Medicare's Birthday (Australia)

MORE (1st Tuesday): African American Coaches Day, Working Naked Day, Bubble Gum Day, Give Kids a Smile Day, National Wear Red Day®, Go Red For Women Day, Women's Heart Day, International Day of Black Women in The Arts

PLUS - interesting books to read and free printables, paper crafts, kid crafts, activities, and coloring pages.

Want more Holidays to celebrate? Click for our Index of Holiday Freebies


Image: Robinson Crusoe (Illustrated Classic): 300th Anniversary Collection, by Daniel Defoe (Author). Publisher: SeaWolf Press (December 11, 2018)Robinson Crusoe Day (1709)
-- Anniversary of the rescue of Alexander Selkirk (in 1709), a Scottish sailor who had been put ashore (in September 1704) on the uninhabited island Juan Fernández, at his own request, after a quarrel with his captain. His adventures formed the basis for Daniel Defoe's book Robinson Crusoe. A day to be adventurous and self-reliant.

Read: Robinson Crusoe (Illustrated Classic)
-- The Life and Strange Surprizing Adventures of Robinson Crusoe (original title) was first published in 1719 without any reference to its author, Daniel Defoe. The book was presented as a true autobiography of a castaway marooned for 28 years on an uninhabited island. It has been considered one of the first English novels and is one of the most published books in history. Crusoe becomes self-sufficient using material salvaged from shipwrecks and endures cannibals, earthquakes, and mutineers before his final rescue. He rescues a native who has escaped from cannibals and names him Friday in reference to the day of the week he was found. The book's plot is believed to be based on the story of the real-life castaway Alexander Selkirk.

Image: Robinson Crusoe Digital DVD | Pierce Brosnan (Actor), William Takaku (Actor), Rod Hardy (Director), George Miller (Director), DVD Release Date: August 4, 2015Robinson Crusoe DVD -- As the sole survivor of a disastrous high-seas shipwreck, Robinson Crusoe (Pierce Brosnan) is forced to build a solitary life on a deserted tropical island. But he eventually discovers even this existence is threatened by a local tribe, which uses his island for barbaric sacrificial rituals.

Robinson Crusoe Adventures on the Cursed Island Board Game -- One of the best cooperative game of all time, award-winning Robinson Crusoe comes back in this new edition from Portal Games. Based on the Game of the Year edition released previously in Poland, Germany, Spain, and France it brings this amazing game to the whole new level. In this edition, players will find custom wooden pieced for all resources, thick cardboard player boards for each character, additional 7th scenario and what's most important completely rewritten rulebook based on the precise and well written German version. New edition comes in a square Ticket to Ride size box and with brand new stunning cover art created by industry legend Vincent Dutrait.

Robinson Crusoe Coloring and Activity Books


Robinson Crusoe
Amazon Freebies:

Free Robinson Crusoe ebooks. No Kindle? Download a FREE Kindle Reading App

Read Robinson Crusoe ebooks for free with a Free Trial of Kindle Unlimited

Free Robinson Crusoe apps

Free Robinson Crusoe games

Listen to Robinson Crusoe LPs with a Free Trial of Amazon Music Unlimited

Watch Robinson Crusoe Videos for Free with a Free Trial of Amazon Prime

Listen to Robinson Crusoe Audible books with Amazon Audible, and Get Two Free Audiobooks




Free Printables, Coloring Pages, Activities and Crafts:

Read Robinson Crusoe online | Planet Publish

Robinson Crusoe Unit Study and Lapbook

Robinson Crusoe coloring pages

Robinson Crusoe Word Search

Free Robinson Crusoe worksheets

Robinson Crusoe Activity Sheet

Real Life Robinson Crusoe Reveals How To Make A Fire Using A Plastic Bag

11 Robinson Crusoe Coloring pages

Adventures of Robinson Crusoe | Free PC Download Game

Robinson Crusoe - Free Online Strategy Games from AddictingGames

Adventures of Robinson Crusoe - Free PC Download Game at Pogo

Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe on Free Audio Book Download



Give Kids A Smile Day
- Each year on the first Friday in February, thousands of the nation's dentists and their dental team members provide free oral health care services to children from low-income families across the country. The ADA's Give Kids A Smile® program enhances the oral health of large numbers of needy children. Give Kids A Smile (GKAS) activities also highlight for policy makers the ongoing challenges disadvantaged families face in finding dental care. Find a program today!

National Serpent Day
- In cold climates like Scotland, snakes hibernate during winter. They disappear into their holes in the earth like the sleeping roots of plants and trees. On National Serpent Day, a strange old custom documented by Alexander Carmichael included beating the earth with a piece of peat in a sock while reciting a rune. No doubt this practice was meant to awaken the sleeping serpents and therefore the land to let them know spring is coming and it is time to wake up.

span style="font-weight: bold;">National Baked Alaska Day
- The history of Baked Alaska dates back to the 1800s when it was named after the new territory of Alaska. The newest territory, being a frozen asset was impetuous of the dessert which is frozen to the core also. Earlier than this, an American physicist named Benjamin Thompson claimed credit for creating the dessert when trying to determine the heat resistance of egg whites. It was his version of the dessert which prompted the name of omelet surprise.

National Freedom Day
- Celebrating freedom from slavery, and recognizes America is a symbol of freedom. Established in 1948, to remind us America stands for and is a symbol of freedom for all people. The roots of this special day come directly from the end of slavery, and the signing of the 13th amendment outlawing slavery.

Skippy Peanut Butter Created (1933)
- A commercial brand of peanut butter made in the United States. Ninety million jars of Skippy are sold annually. It was first sold on February 1, 1933.

African American Coaches Day
- To provide a day each year to educate the African-American community about the value of working with a personal or business coach and to provide an opportunity for coaches and their clients to acknowledge the results and progress made through the coaching process.

G.I. Joe Day (1964)
- This toy action figure was introduced by Hasbro on February 1, 1964, and sold for $2.49. It was the first mass-market doll intended for boys and was a great success. The figure's name came from a film, The Story of G.I. Joe (1945), starring Robert Mitchum and Burgess Meredith.

Hula in The Coola Day
- A day for those longing to escape the winter doldrums to laugh at the cold with a luau party. Put away your winter coats, get out your shorts and flip-flops, play limbo and say, Aloha!

Spunky Old Broads Day
- A celebration for all women over 50 years old, who are interested in living a regret-free life.

Working Naked Day
- A day dedicated to those who are working from home naked — stripped of the resources millions take for granted in the traditional corporate workplace.





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