KNOW-VEMBER: Fun November Facts – “National Peanut Butter Lovers Month”

365 DAYS OF LITERACY FOR KIDS!

During the month of November, I will be sharing KNOW-VEMBER: FUN NOVEMBER FACTS from all around the world.

Take a few moments from each November day and share the KNOW-VEMBER fun, knowledge, discovery and smiles with your kids and grandkids.

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Day 324 of 365 Days of Literacy for Kids:  Fun, Easy & Do-able Daily Activities for Kids

November is NATIONAL PEANUT BUTTER LOVERS MONTH.

And for some more fun…  November 20th is National Peanut Butter Fudge Day!

Ah, the peanut and the love it spreads…

Let’s go right to the Peanut Butter Lovers source, where they “spread it on thick”…

November is Peanut Butter Lovers Month, time to celebrate our favorite food! Americans will celebrate by eating more than 65 million pounds of peanut butter during the month of November.

Southern Peanut Growers, representing southeastern peanut farmers, started the celebration as Peanut Butter Lovers Day on November 4, 1990. November 4 marks the anniversary of the first patent for peanut butter, applied for by Dr. John Harvey Kellogg on November 4, 1895. It grew to a month-long celebration in 1995 when peanut butter celebrated its 100th birthday!

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And how about this National Peanut Butter Fudge Day

Celebrate by gathering your kids and grandkids for a Peanut Butter Fudge “creating day”!  Whip up your own favorite recipe or visit here, here and here for a little variety and lots of Peanut Butter Lovers fun!

Join me here each day in November for KNOW-VEMBER: NOVEMBER FUN FACTS – on 365 DAYS OF LITERACY FOR KIDS! – fun, easy and completely do-able!

KNOW-VEMBER: Fun November Facts – “National Peanut Butter Lovers Month” was last modified: November 21st, 2011 by Sharon Couto
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KNOW-VEMBER: Fun November Facts – “National Peanut Butter Lovers Month” was last modified: November 21st, 2011 by Sharon Couto