NATIONAL PEANUT BUTTER MONTH
Such a delicious creation as peanut butter should indeed be celebrated all month long. We should be quite up in arms that there is not a festival that lasts a full year. This jar of wonder is a staple in our home and deserves some love, people. Some honor. Can we get some respect for ground up peanuts?!
Question: What could you do if you had one acre of land?
Answer: Grow enough peanuts to make peanut butter for 30,000 peanut butter sandwiches!
Who do you think made the best use of a peanut?:
A. Adrian Finch of Australia threw a peanut 111 ft. and 10 in. for the World Record in 1999.
B. George Washington Carver studied agriculture and made an unknown crop such as a peanut
Which one sounds the most fun? Which one was the most helpful?
Southerners put peanuts into soda bottles to enhance the flavor. MMMM, salty AND sweet.
There is a down side to peanut butter.
Here are a few links to aid in your research if you think you or a loved one has an allergy to peanuts.
Mayo Clinic Peanut Allergy
Allergic Child Website
(This man's name was mentioned above. Can you name him?)
Want to see how a homeschooler made Peanut Butter Play Dough? Did you hear what I just typed? Peanut Butter Play Dough. I am drooling. There is also a little review about this book shown here.
(vegan pad thai)
And because peanut butter is for more than just peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, here are some recipes that just look so yummy I needed to share.
Celebrating National Peanut Butter Month is just one activity in our
Remember Me Pockets for March
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You will also find these interesting activities in this file:
Authors with Birthdays in March:
Marguerite de Angeli
Alexander Graham Bell
Andrew Lloyd Webber
Deaf History Month
National Peanut Month
American Red Cross Month
Celebrate Your Name Week
American Chocolate Week
National Anthem Day
Congress Approves Mt Rushmore
Eli Whitney Patents Cotton Gin
Eiffel Tower Opens
World Day of Prayer
Vinvent van Gogh
Learn About Butterflies Day
Maple Syrup Day
Because it's not just a peanut, it's a party.