Funschooling News #28 Special Days Edition



November Theme


Start Your own study with the Native American resources provided.


Theme for the Week


Activities to try this week.

Special Days & Holidays For November

Betty Jo, of Still Learning Something New, has posted the newest version of her November 2018 Special Days Calendar. It has a long list of famous birthdays, historical events, interesting days, and monthly event and food themes.

🐭November 18Mickey Mouse debut 1928 - Mickey turns 90 this year! Watch the debut cartoon: Steamboat Willie, then take some time to learn about Mickey's creator, Walt Disney - The Man Behind The Myth (Documentary).

ğŸŽ©November 19:  Gettysburg Address 1863 - Listen to Johnny Cash: The Gettysburg Address.

🥜November 20Peanut Butter Fudge Day - Whip up a batch of peanut butter fudge this week!

November 21First Untethered Hot Air Balloon Flight 1763 - Learn about hot air balloons. Fun suggestions are included in this post.

🦃November 22Thanksgiving Day - Learn about the first Thanksgiving and do some holiday related crafts. You'll find a special giveaway in this post.

🗺November 22: Start Your Own Country Day - Build your own country with the Pdf file available in this link.

⛾November 23: Espresso Day - Check out the visual history of espresso makers.

November 23: Fibonacci Day - Find patterns in nature!

November 24Celebrate Your Unique Talent Day - Everyone has something they are good at. What do you believe is your unique talent? How can you celebrate this day using your talent?
I hope something in this post makes you smile!

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