Historical Dates: Sept. & Oct. 2019

Including Historical Dates in lessons gives relevance to learning.
Including Historical Dates in lessons gives relevance to learning.

For kids in school, knowing historical dates helps them relate to history and builds their general knowledge. Knowing these dates can help teachers engage students in conversations and students may even be impressed  by their teachers historical knowledge!

Knowing historical dates provides opportunities for students to learn history and build their general knowledge. Take a look and impress your students!


Constitution Week (Sept. 17-23)

National Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15 – Oct. 15)

Sept. 2 Labor Day

Sept. 8 International Literacy Day

Sept. 8 National Grandparent’s Day

Sept. 17 Citizenship Day/Constitution Day

Sept. 22 Ice Cream Cone Day 

Sept. 23 First Day of Autumn

Sept. 26         Johnny Appleseed Day 


Fire Prevention Week (October 9- October 15)
National Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept 15 – October 15)

Oct. 4 World Smile Day

Oct. 8 Yom Kippur (10/08-10/09)

Oct. 9 Fire Prevention Day

Oct. 9 National Bring Your Teddy Bear To School Day

Oct. 14 Columbus Day

Oct. 25 Make A Difference Day (10/25-10/26)

Isn’t education ALL about reaching the kids?

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