Tuesday, October 21, 2014

October 21: Count Your Buttons Day

image from theguardian.com


Button Mosaic

Materials:

  • blocks of scrap wood
  • lots of buttons
  • plaster of Paris
  • paint

Directions:

  1. Children should draw a rough draft on paper of how they want their mosaic to look since the plaster of Paris dries quickly.
  2. Prepare the plaster of Paris according to directions on the box.
  3. Cover a wood scrap with plaster.
  4. Make rough textures, curves, and bends in the plaster.
  5. Place buttons where desired.
  6. Let stand a few minutes.
  7. Paint.
Source(s): Toolbox Training’s construction card set (activity F3). Also consider activity H1 from Toolbox Training’s book 100 Game Activities for Kids.


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Monday, October 20, 2014

October 20: Fruit Day

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In honor of fruit day, the kids can make this easy no-bake fruit pizza!


Fruit and Gelatin Pizza

Materials:

  • Gelatin, any flavor - enough to cover 16 serving sizes
  • Water
  • Bowl
  • Spoon
  • Pizza pan
  • Non-stick cooking spray
  • Assorted fruits (strawberries, apples, bananas, oranges, pineapple, cantaloupe, watermelon, kiwi fruit)
  • Knife
  • Whipped topping

Directions:

  1. Boil 2 ½ cups water in microwave; add to gelatin and stir until gelatin is completely dissolved - about 2 minutes.
  2. Spray pizza pan with non-stick cooking spray.
  3. Put pan in fridge to chill until firm - about 3 hours.
  4. Remove pan from fridge when ready to serve.
  5. Fill sink with about 1 inch warm water; carefully dip just the bottom of the pan into water for about 15 seconds.
  6. Spread whipped topping over gelatin just before serving, leaving about an inch all around for the “crust.”
  7. Top with cut-up fruit.
Source(s): Adapted from familycorner.com and featured in Toolbox Training’s book 100 Cooking Activities for Kids (activity D7). Also check out activities D1, D7, D8, E7, and I7.

Also check out activity G4 in 100 Art Activities for Kids and activity E7 in 100 Game Activities for Kids.


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Sunday, October 19, 2014

October 19: Pasta Month

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In honor of pasta, kids can make their own macaroni jewelry.


Macaroni Jewelry

Materials:

  • macaroni
  • cups
  • water
  • food coloring
  • paper towels
  • thread
  • needle
  • yarn

Directions:

  1. Mix water and food coloring to create various colors.
  2. Soak macaroni in colored water.
  3. Let dry on paper towels.
  4. Thread yarn through pieces of macaroni to make jewelry.
Source(s): This activity (J3) is from Toolbox Training’s book 100 Art Activities for Kids.

Also check out the construction card set (activity L1) and 100 Cooking Activities for Kids (activity J5).


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Saturday, October 18, 2014

October 18: Dinosaur Month

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For dinosaur month, kids can do their own archaeology dig.


Archaeology Dig

Materials:

  • toy dinosaurs
  • assorted rocks, shells, fossils, bones, etc.
  • individual paper bowls
  • plaster of Paris
  • water
  • tools for digging such as metal forks
  • stiff brushes

Directions:

  1. Gather materials to be buried in the plaster.
  2. Trace each object on a piece of paper. This will create a map to go by when digging later.
  3. Mix plaster of Paris and pour over objects.
  4. Hide objects a layer at a time.
  5. After plaster of Paris dries, kids can dig up the objects.
  6. This is messy, so is best done outside or over newspaper.
  7. This activity may also take several days to complete.
  8. Once plaster has hardened from hidden treasures activity, kids can now dig up the objects.
  9. As each object is found, it can be placed on the map.

Source(s): From Toolbox Training’s nature card set (activities D2-D3).

Also check out the construction card set (activity M8).


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Friday, October 17, 2014

October 17: Wear Something Gaudy Day

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With Halloween just a couple weeks away, kids can get in the costume spirit early by putting together the most ludicrous and over-the-top outfits imaginable.


The Gaudy Fashion Show

Materials:

  • Dress-up clothes
  • Scarves
  • Hawaiian leis
  • Necklaces
  • Masks
  • Shoes
  • Used clothes

Directions:

  1. Have the kids and adults gather as many dress-up items as possible.
  2. Kids can then put together their outfits as they wish.
  3. Once kids have finalized outfits, they can model them.
  4. Let kids march down a catwalk and the other kids can cheer for what they consider the gaudiest outfit.

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Thursday, October 16, 2014

October 16: Dictionary Day

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Here’s a game to play in honor of Dictionary Day:


What’s the Meaning of This?

Materials:

  • Dictionary
  • Paper
  • Pencils
  • Index cards

Directions:

  1. Each child picks an unfamiliar word from the dictionary.
  2. The word is written on one index card and the definition is written on the other.
  3. The words and definitions should also be recorded on a separate sheet of paper.
  4. After a dozen or so words have been collected, the word cards can be laid out on a table.
  5. A child draws a definition card and tries to match it to the appropriate word card.
  6. Play continues until all words have been matched.
  7. Check the separate sheet of paper to see if the words and definitions have been appropriately matched.

Source(s): From Toolbox Training’s upcoming 100 Language Activities for Kids.
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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

October 15: Poetry Day

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You can use this day to focus on writing nonsensical or silly poetry.


Silly and Nonsensical Poems

Materials:

  • Paper
  • Writing materials

Directions:

  1. For this activity, focus on rhyming poetry, but let kids know that poems do not always rhyme.
  2. Have kids write couplets (two lines) in which each line has the same number of syllables.
  3. Instruct kids to end each line with rhyming words.
  4. However, instead of trying to write lines which logically follow each other, encourage kids to write silly lines which may not have anything to do with each other.
  5. Children may even choose to make up words to rhyme together (such as in the style of Dr. Seuss).
Source(s): From Toolbox Training’s upcoming 100 Language Activities for Kids.
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Tuesday, October 14, 2014

October 14: Dessert Day

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In honor of dessert day, kids can choose from a variety of possible desserts to make or, with a large group, make a variety of desserts for a dessert bar! There are plenty of cookbooks and online sources for dessert recipes. Toolbox Training’s book 100 Cooking Activities for Kids has the following:

  • Rock Candy
  • Chocolate-dipped Marshmallows
  • Peppermint Patty Mints
  • Vanilla Wafer Pie
  • Strawberry Pretzel Dessert
  • Applesauce & Oats Dessert
  • Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies
  • Armpit Fudge
  • Chocolate Peanut Butter Pizza
Source(s): Toolbox Training’s book 100 Cooking Activities for Kids (activities H1-H9).


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Monday, October 13, 2014

October 13, 1893: Happy Birthday to “Happy Birthday”

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You can check out some interesting facts about the “Happy Birthday” song here. The song, which the Guinness Book of World Records calls the world’s most recognized song, was published on October 13, 1893, by teachers Mildred and Patti Hill who decided to write a song (originally “Good Morning to All”) to sing with kindergartners to start each morning.

In celebration of the song’s birthday, consider using it or other simple songs for a variety of activities:


Fun with Simple Songs

Materials:

  • means for recording (optional)

Directions:

  1. “Happy Birthday” is a perfect song for experimentation since everyone knows it.
  2. Let kids try writing new words for the song.
  3. Add gestures, movement, or choreography.
  4. Sing the song repeatedly, leaving off a word each time.
  5. In a group, sing the song silently. Everyone starts at the same time and then sings the last line out loud to see if everyone’s together or not.
  6. Try varying the ways of singing, such as louder, higher, or faster.
  7. Sing the song replacing on consonant sounds with an “a.” Try again with “e” and so on.
  8. Sing the song in funny ways, like holding one’s nose, singing with one’s mouth closed, or pretending to be underwater (moving finger over lips).
  9. Sing in different genres like opera, rap, country, or rock.
  10. Sing in different moods such as happy, sad, scared, or bored.
Source(s): Toolbox Training’s book 100 Music Activities for Kids (activities D1-D11)


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Sunday, October 12, 2014

October 12: Farmer’s Day

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In honor of Farmer’s Day, why not put together a prop box? Prop boxes are boxes of props designed for dramatic play which are built around a specific theme. Here are some ideas for a Farmer Prop Box:


Farmer Prop Box

Materials:

  • straw hat
  • overalls
  • seed packets
  • watering can
  • gardening tools
  • outdoor area for digging or a tub indoors filled with dirt or sand

Directions:

  1. This is a basic idea for a crop-oriented farm. You could also talk to kids about ideas for a farm with animals.
  2. Also consider what kinds of machinery might be needed for a farm.
  3. Talk to them about other kinds of farms.
  4. You could also investigate how farming is different in different parts of the world.

General Directions for Prop Boxes:

  1. Prop boxes are items grouped together by a theme to allow children to pretend. They can be used as specific activities or put out during free time.
  2. The materials listed above are merely suggestions. You may come up with additional ideas and leave some of these materials out.
  3. The boxes that hold 10 reams of computer paper/typing paper are a nice size for prop boxes. They can be covered with nice contact paper to make them more attractive.
  4. You might also consider a creative way of putting all the prop box materials into something that fits the theme.

Source(s): See Toolbox Training book 100 Drama Activities for Kids (activities A1-A23) for other ideas for prop boxes.


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Saturday, October 11, 2014

October 11: It’s My Party Day

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In honor of “It’s My Party Day” kids can plan their own party. To get them thinking, ask them questions like:

  1. Does this party have a theme?
  2. Who are we inviting? How many people?
  3. When is the party?
  4. How long will the party be?
  5. Do we need to send invitations? Get RSVPs?
  6. What decorations do we need for the party?
  7. What food do we need?
  8. Will there be games or activities for the party?

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Friday, October 10, 2014

October 10: Chili Week

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The second week of October is Chili Week. Kids can try this simple recipe for chili cheese dip:


Chili Cheese Dip

Materials:

  • Cream cheese, 8 ounces
  • Square glass pan
  • No-bean chili, 1 can
  • Shredded taco cheese, 8 ounces
  • Tortilla chips

Directions:

  1. Spread cream cheese on bottom of pan.
  2. Empty can of chili on top.
  3. Sprinkle shredded cheese over chili.
  4. Microwave for 2 minutes.
  5. Turn and microwave 2 minutes longer or until cheese is melted.
  6. Serve with tortilla chips.
Source(s): Toolbox Training’s cooking card set (activity E10). Adapted from cooks.com.


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Thursday, October 9, 2014

October 9: First two-way telephone conversation (1876)

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Aside from the interesting discussions which could be launched about how much the telephone has changed throughout its history, there is also a fun, simple, circle-time game kids can play called “Telephone”:


Telephone

Materials:

  • none

Directions:

  1. A one-sentence message is initiated by the adult or a child if an adult approves the message first.
  2. Kids form a line or sit in a circle.
  3. The message is whispered to the first child.
  4. That child may not have the message repeated.
  5. (S)he then repeats the message as close to the original as possible to the next child in line.
  6. The message continues through the “telephone chain” until every child hears it.
  7. The last child then states what message (s)he heard to see how closely it matches the original message.
Source: Toolbox Training’s book 100 Game Activities for Kids (activity G4).

Also check out the construction card set (activity I4).


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Wednesday, October 8, 2014

October 8: Newspaper Week (1st week of October)

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Kid-Generated Program Newsletter

Children can be involved in creating a one-time or regular newsletter. This is an ideal activity for school-age programs as there are multiple ways to involve them. Consider:

  • Let kids conduct interviews. If you are part of a school-based program, that could be the principal, teachers, secretaries, specialty teachers, or any support staff. Why not give the kids a chance to gain a greater appreciation for a day in the life of a custodian or cafeteria worker?
  • Kids can take photos or draw pictures to accompany articles.
  • Let children report on upcoming events.
  • Kids could also contribute their own cartoons, jokes, or funny stories.
  • If the program has access to a computer, let older kids serve as editors and do the layout for the newsletter.
  • Why not have families contribute something such as a favorite recipe or activity they do at home? Maybe an interest piece about a pet or a favorite vacation?
Source(s): Toolbox Training’s upcoming 100 Language Activities for Kids book.
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Tuesday, October 7, 2014

October 7: Apple Month

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October is apple month. There’s plenty of activities you can do with apples. Here’s one:
Apple Smiles

Materials:

  • Apples (4-5)
  • Peanut butter
  • Miniature marshmallows (10-ounce bag)
  • Knife

Directions:

  1. Cut apples into wedges.
  2. Spread peanut butter on one side of an apple wedge.
  3. Place marshmallows on peanut butter to form teeth.
  4. Spread peanut on one side of a second apple wedge.
  5. Place on top of the marshmallows to create the other side of the mouth.
Source(s): Toolbox Training’s cooking card set (activity D1). Adapted from familycorner.com. Also check out activities D3, D4, E6, and I6 from the cooking card set.
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Monday, October 6, 2014

October 6: First motion picture (1889)

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On October 6, 1889, Thomas Edison showed the first motion picture. Why not have kids make their own films?


Stop-Motion Film Making

Materials:

  • video camera
  • action figures, dolls, or other toys with movable arms and legs
  • other props to use with the toys (vehicles, furniture, etc.
  • paper
  • pencil

Directions:

  1. If you have access to a video camera, this can be an amazing activity for kids. It gives them a chance to be filmmakers and see firsthand the kind of work involved.
  2. Stop motion film making is what is used to create a kind of “live animation” style. Actual objects are moved just a little bit at a time and captured on video. When run together it makes it look like the actual object is moving.
  3. It will take lots of time, but you can get kids to create their own stop motion films. You may wish to have them “story board” their ideas first; that is, draw what they want to happen in their film.
  4. Then, kids will move a figure’s arm or leg just slightly and you will hit the record button on the video camera for just a second. Then immediately hit the pause button. Set up the next shot and continue.
  5. This will take practice before the timing is down right.
  6. Also, it may be necessary for the adult to work the camera simply because of the expense involved.

Note: this project obviously preceded digital cameras and phones. See how children can adapt this project with today’s technology.

Source(s): Toolbox Training book 100 Drama Activities for Kids (activity B10).


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Sunday, October 5, 2014

October 5: World Smile Day (first Friday of October)

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In 1963, Harvey Ball, a commercial artist from Wrocester, Massachussetts, created one of the most recognized graphics in history – the yellow smiley face. Over the years, the over-commercialization of his symbol for happiness led him in 1999 to declare the first Friday of October to be World Smile Day. The idea behind the day is to have at least one day each year to, as worldsmileday.com says, “devote one day each year to smiles and kinds acts throughout the world. The smiley face knows no politics, no geography, and no religion. Harvey’s idea was that for at least one day each year, neither should we.”

In honor of this uplifting holiday, and the fact that it is also Do Something Nice Day, ask kids to brainstorm ideas for projects or activities they can do which would bring a smile to someone else’s face.


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Saturday, October 4, 2014

October 4: First space vehicle launched (1957).

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In celebration of the first space vehicle ever launched, kids can make their own rockets.


Rockets

Materials:

  • toilet paper rolls
  • small sheets of paper-sized cardboard
  • acrylic paints

Directions:

  1. This activity is directed toward individual table-top projects, but if you have large boxes available, let the kids create a life-sized rocket.
  2. Let kids use materials as they wish to design their rockets.
  3. To get kids thinking, ask questions like: What is the name of this rocket? Where are you going to go in this rocket? How long will it take? Are there people on this flight? If so, how many? How much food will you need? Where do you eat? Where do you sleep? How do you control the rocket ship? When is it set to launch? Has it already launched? Can you bring pets? Does it have rocket boosters? What country is it from?
Source(s): Toolbox Training’s construction card set. Also consider activities A14 and G5 from Toolbox Training’s book 100 Game Activities for Kids.


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Friday, October 3, 2014

October 3: Family Crests

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October is Family History Month. This is a great chance to celebrate the wonderful diversity within American families. Celebrate families’ backgrounds by having children design family crests.


Family Crest

Materials:

  • A large piece of paper, at least 11"x14"
  • Photos
  • Crayons, markers, pencils
  • An outline of a shield
  • Glue (optional)

Directions:

  1. Discuss family crests. Brainstorm with children to get ideas that could represent their family histories or lives. Possibilities include flags to represent countries from which their families came, pictures of food common to their ethnicity, pictures to represent first or last names, drawings depicting favorite family events, and photos of family celebrations.
  2. On the large piece of paper, trace the shield or draw an outline of desired shape.
  3. Divide the shape into three or four equal sections.
  4. In each section, draw a picture that represents one idea about your family. Some children may prefer to cut out pictures from magazines or use a family photograph. Another alternative is to use a computer, since this activity can be done easily with any drawing program.
  5. Laminate the finished crests, if possible.
  6. Have children share and compare their crests.
Source(s): adapted from eduplace.com
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Thursday, October 2, 2014

October 2: Name Your Car Day

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In honor of Name Your Car Day, see if kids can identify who belongs to which car.


The Car Match Game

Materials:

  • camera
  • means for printing pictures
  • bulletin board
  • markers or other writing instruments

Directions:

  1. This activity is targeted toward a program with a group of kids.
  2. Either have kids take pictures of their family cars and bring them in or take pictures of the cars at the program (with the family’s permission, of course).
  3. Post the pictures of the cars on a bulletin board.
  4. Have kids name their cars.
  5. Take pictures of kids holding signs with the names of the cars.
  6. Post those on the bulletin board.
  7. See if kids can match the cars with the kids.
  8. You could number each car photo and have kids fill out a sheet guessing which name goes with which car.
  9. After everyone has guessed, match up the car photos with the car names on the bulletin board. Do kids think the names fit the cars?

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Wednesday, October 1, 2014

October 1: World Habitat Day

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Habitat Diorama

Materials:

  • Shoe boxes
  • Construction paper
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Junk art
  • Markers

Directions:

  1. Kids can go on a nature hike to collect items for their dioramas.
  2. Upon return from the hike discuss ideas for different animal habitats such as a forest, desert, or a stream bed.
  3. Each child can create a display of a specific habitat with the shoe box.
Source: Toolbox Training’s nature card set (activity H6).
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October Holidays and Activities

Listed below are interesting holidays, celebrations, important dates, and events for October. Icons indicate an activity from one of Toolbox Training’s 100 Activities series of books or activity card sets. Hover over the icon for specific references to exact activities.

You can also click on links for additional information on dates. Many of these connect directly to activities on the Toolbox Training blog, but some are off-site links.

1

World Vegetarian Day

Homemade Cookies Day

Day for the Elderly (International)

World Habitat Day

2

Custodial Worker Day

Name Your Car Day

Peanuts comic strip first published (1950)

World Farm Animals Day

Spiritual leader Mahatma Gandhi’s Birthday (1869)

3

First airing of children’s TV show Captain Kangaroo (1955)

4

First space vehicle launched (1957)

Toot Your Flute Day

5

Do Something Nice Day

Story Telling Day

World Teacher's Day

6

German American Day

Thomas Edison shows first motion picture (1889)

Photocopying patented (1942)

7

Bald and Free Day

Frugal Fun Day

8

Children's Day

9

Curious Events Day

Fire Prevention Day

Leif Erikson Day

Moldy Cheese Day

First two-way telephone conversation (1876)

Sewing machine patented (1955)

10

Angel Food Cake Day

11

It’s My Party Day

Take Your Teddy Bear to Work Day

First lady Eleanor Roosevelt's Birthday (1884)

12

School Celebration Day

Farmer's Day

Moment of Frustration Day

Emergency Nurses Day

13

Happy Birthday to the “Happy Birthday” song; originally published as “Good Morning to All” (1893)

14

Dessert Day

15

Grouch Day

Poetry Day

16

World Food Day

Boss Day

Dictionary Day

School Librarian Day

17

Black Poetry Day

Wear Something Gaudy Day

18

Puerto Rico became U.S. Colony (1898)

19

Star-Spangled Banner first sung (1814)

Evaluate Your Life Day

20

Fruit Day

21

Babbling Day

Count Your Buttons Day

Tater tots trademarked (1958)

22

Clean Up the Earth Day (6 months after Earth Day)

Nut Day

23

TV Talk Show Host Day

Mole Day

Canned Food Day

24

United Nations Day

Bologna Day

25

Artist Pablo Picasso's Birthday (1881)

Denim Day

Punk-for-a-Day Day

26

Make a Difference Day

Mule Day

International Red Cross organized (1863)

27

Navy Day

President Teddy Roosevelt's Birthday (1858)

Nintendo hand-held video game trademarked (1992)

28

Statue of Liberty officially accepted on behalf of U.S. by President Grover Cleveland (1886)

Plush Animal Lover's Day

Chocolate Day

29

Hermit Day

Frankenstein Day

Internet Day (International)

Stock Market Crash (1929)

30

Candy Corn Day

Mischief Night

Ballpoint pen patented (1888)

31

Halloween

Magic Day

Increase Your Psychic Powers Day


Floating Holidays:


Specialty Weeks:

1st week:
  • Bank Teller Appreciation Week
  • Customer Service Week
  • Get Organized Week (1-7)
  • Human Service Professional Awareness Week
  • Newspaper Week
  • Pickled Pepper Week
2nd week:
  • Chili Week
  • Fire Prevention Week
  • Pet Peeve Week
  • School Lunch Week
  • Squirrel Awareness Week 3rd week:
  • Business Women's Week
  • Consumers Week
  • Forest Products Week
  • Getting the World to Beat a Path to Your Door Week
  • Kids Care Week
  • Pharmacy Week
  • Teen Read Week
  • Veterinary Week
  • Wolf Awareness Week 4th week:
  • Magic Week
  • Peace, Friendship, and Good Will Week
  • School Bus Safety Week
  • World Rainforest Week
    Specialty Months:

    • Adopt a Dog Month/Adopt a Shelter Pet Month
    • AIDS Awareness Month
    • American Magazine Month
    • Apple Month
    • Breast Cancer Awareness Month
    • Car Care Month
    • Caramel Month
    • Child Health Month
    • Christmas Seal Campaign Month
    • Clergy Appreciation Month
    • Clock Month
    • Communicate with Your Kid Month
    • Computer Learning Month
    • Consumer Information Month
    • Cookie Month
    • Cosmetology Month
    • Country Music Month
    • Crime Prevention Month
    • Dental Hygiene Month
    • Depression Education & Awareness Month
    • Dessert Month
    • Dinosaur Month
    • Diversity Awareness Month
    • Do-It Yourself Month
    • Domestic Violence Awareness Month
    • Drum Month (International)
    • Eat Country Ham Month
    • Energy Awareness Month
    • Family History Month
    • Fantasy Month
    • Fire Prevention Month
    • Hunger Awareness Month
    • Lupus Awareness Month
    • Orthodontic Month
    • Pasta Month
    • Pharmacy Month
    • Pickled Pepper Month
    • Pizza Month
    • Polish American History Month
    • Popcorn Popping Month
    • Pork Month
    • Pretzel Month
    • Roller Skating Month
    • Sarcastic Month
    • Seafood Month
    • SIDS Awareness Month
    • Stamp Collector Month
    • UNICEF Month
    • Vegetarian Awareness Month
    • World Chocolate Awareness Month
    • Youth Against Tobacco Month

  • Check out other months or return to activity calendar page.