Make a list and share their stories.
1st: National Family Literacy Day. Join other families in your community and read stories to
4th: King Tut’s Tomb Discovered in 1922 🛠
5th: Daylight Savings Time ends. Do you think countries should continue to turn the clock
forward in the Spring time and backwards in the Fall? Explain your point of view to
members of the local government in your area.
10th: Sesame Street Debuted in 1969
11th: Veteran’s Day in the US. How are military veterans honored in your country?
13th: Mom & Dad’s Day. Such a special day. What can you do for mom and dad? Make it very
14th: Young Reader’s Day. How many readers can you assembly today, to read to someone
older? Do it and document your efforts.
17th: Take A Hike Day. Gather some friends and take a hike. Measure your distance.
23rd: Thanksgiving Day in the US. A harvest festival that is celebrated in some countries like
the U.S. and Canada. For some people it is a religious celebration where they give thanks to God.
For others, it is a secular holiday. 🍗
29th: King Tut’s Tomb opened in 1922
National Fig Week (1st Week)
National Geography Awareness Week (2nd Week)
Child Safety & Protection Month
Good Nutrition Month
International Drum Month
Latin American Month
National Epilepsy Month
National Model Railroad Month
Native American Heritage Month
Peanut Butter Lover's Month