2017 Mitten Tree Day

Annual Fall

6th December

List of Mitten Tree Day dates by year

20186th DecemberThursday
20196th DecemberFriday
20206th DecemberSunday
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20246th DecemberFriday
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20276th DecemberMonday

Mitten Tree Day was likely created by a grade school teacher. It's the  perfect grade school craft project or story hour. And, the timing of this holiday in early December is perfect.

Mitten Tree Day is celebrated on December 6th of each year.  The staff at National Whatever Day were unable to identify the origin of Mitten Tree Day, however we believe it came about in response to The Mitten Tree, by Candace Christiansen.

Mitten Tree Day is today. It's a great holiday for grade school children. But, we've got ideas for people of any age to enjoy this day at work, too.

Mitten Tree Day

Here are some ways you can celebrate and enjoy Mitten Tree Day:

- Read the story The Mitten to young children. This is a grade school favorite activity.

- Set up a christmas tree and have people bring in mittens to donate. This is popular in both schools and work environments.

- Take a poster board and cut out the shape of a Christmas trees. Have the children color and decorate it. Hang it on a wall. Then, have each child cut out a mitten from construction paper. Have them color and decorate it. Make sure they put their name on it, before hanging it on the tree.

Have a fun and  happy Mitten Tree Day.




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