November Holidays

I will try to update this list with some fun activities as well. Feel free to click the links to find out more about the origins and meanings behind these special days. I plan to incorporate a few of these into our normal homeschool routine to add a little fun and excitement to our days. We’ll update this page with ideas as we go along. Have fun and maybe make up your own personal family holiday or tradition for the month!

This month is also know as:

  • Aviation History Month
  • Child Safety Protection Month
  • International Drum Month
  • National Adoption Awareness Month
  • National Caregivers Appreciation Month
  • National Diabetes Awareness Month
  • National Epilepsy Month
  • National Model Railroad Month
  • National Novel Writing Month
  • Native American Heritage Month
  • Peanut Butter Lovers Month

The weeks are known as:

  • Week 1 Chemistry Week
  • Week 3 Game and Puzzle Week

(These links will be updated as we get closer to the actual holidays.)

I found this list and more here:

All Saint’s Day (1st)

Dios Los Muertos (1st and 2nd)

All Soul’s Day (2nd)

Deviled Egg Day (2nd)

Book Lovers Day – first Saturday of the month

Sandwich Day (3rd)

King Tut Day (4th)

U.S. General Election Day – first Tuesday of the month after first Monday of month

USMC Day (10th)

Veteran’s Day (11th)

Chicken Soup for the Soul Day (12th)

National Indian Pudding Day (13th)

Sadie Hawkins Day (13th)

Young Readers Day second Tuesday of month

World Diabetes Day (14th)

America Recycles Day (15th)

Great American Smokeout  – third Thursday in November

Have a Party With Your Bear Day (16th)

Homemade Bread Day (17th)

National Adoption Day – Saturday before Thanksgiving

Universal Children’s Day (20th)

Thanksgiving – fourth Thursday.

Black Friday – Friday after Thanksgiving.

National Parfait Day (25th)

French Toast Day (28th)

Square Dance Day (29th)

Flip a Coin Day (1st)

National Doughnut Day (2nd) ** the first Friday in June

**see National Doughnut Day for recipes

Also be sure to check out my Homeschool: August board on Pinterest for more ideas and activities!

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