5.) Free Holiday & Celebration Activity Guides and Lesson Plans

5.) Free Holiday & Celebration Activity Guides and Lesson Plans

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Fourth of July Activities:

- Download the Fourth of July Scavenger Hunt -here!

- Download the Fourth of July Color the Flag Coloring Page -here!

- Download the Red, White and Blue Coloring Page -here!

- Download the Parade Coloring Page -here!

- You Can Find Fourth of July Bingo and Fill in the USA Map - here!

- You Can Find Download a FREE Fourth of July Printables Pack - here!


- Kids Can Learn about the Government with Ben's Guide to Government - Ben's Guide to the U.S. Government,  is designed to inform students, parents, and educators about the Federal Government. It is our hope that Ben’s Guide to the U.S. Government fulfills that role with games and other learning adventures. (Click the Image of Ben Below)



- DLTK has a wonderful variety of FREE Fourth of July and USA Printables - - here!


- Download the Uncle Sam Hat Coloring/Craft - -here!

- Download the Statue of Liberty Crown - -here!

- Download the Pledge of Allegiance Coloring Sheet - -here!

- Download the Easy Fourth of July Activity Sheets - -here!

- Download the Advanced Fourth of July Activity Sheets - -here!

- Download the Patriotic Bingo Game - -here! There are 14 difference cards & a page that includes the little cards that you draw. Regular paper works, but card stock would hold up better for multiple games. Great for kids or adults!

- Download Patriotic Trivia Cards - -here! NOTE: The answers are at the bottom of each card.

- Download Patriotic Trivia Cards Set 2 - -here! NOTE: The answers are at the bottom of each card.

- How Many Can You Find with this Fourth of July Scavenger Hunt - -here!

- How Many Can You Find with this third Fourth of July Scavenger Hunt - -here!

- Download the USA Coloring Page - -here! Note: the file is in jpg format - just download and print.

 

 

  #911 National Day of Service and Remembrance:

In honor of the September 11th National Day of Service and Remembrance, we encourage friends, neighbors, classrooms, churches, and other community organizations to plan their own service project, one that matches their interests, availability, and needs of their community.

- Create a project and register it on - NationalService.gov/911Day

- Find a volunteer opportunity using the same link above and search for volunteer opportunities in your area.

- Share your service story and use #911Day on social media

- Download the About 911 Day flyer with key messages -here!

- Download the 911 Day projects flyer -here!

- Here are sample 911 Day Proclamations:

- Sample proclamation - Governor -here!

- Sample proclamation - City/County Official -here!

- Download the 911 Day social media toolkit -here!

- Download the 911 day press release template -here!

- Download the 911 Day media advisory template -here!

- #911Day social media graphics and web banners can be downloaded -here!

- Download the 911 Day social media tip sheet -here!

- Download the participation guide for non-profits, faith groups, and other organizations -here!

- Download the participation guide for employers -here!

- Download the 911 day Teacher Guide for Grades K-12 -here!

- Download the 911 day Teacher Guide on How to Teach 9/11 to children with little or more memory of the tragedy -here!

- Download the 911 day Parent Fact Sheet and Permission Forms (for certain good deed projects)-here!

- Download the 911 day Good Deads project list-here!

- Teach Empathy with the Ashoka Foundation for K-8-here!

- Teach Empathy with the Ashoka Foundation for middle school to college -here!

- Tribute to First Responders project ideas for K-8-here!

- Hallway of Heroes - Lesson plan for K-8 to learn about 9/11 and local heroes-here!

- September is National Hunger Action Month - teach students about the problems of hunger in America-here!

- NYLC (National Youth Leadership Council) facilitators's guide for advanced service learning in the classroom - middle school, high school and college levels -here!

- NYLC (National Youth Leadership Council) student's guide for advanced service learning in the classroom - middle school, high school and college levels -here!

- Higher education 9/11 day educator's toolkit -here!

- Dispelling myths about Military Veterans fact sheet -here!

- Good Deeds for October-here!

- Good Deeds for December -here!

- Good Deeds for January -here!

- Good Deeds for February -here!

- Good Deeds for March -here!

- Good Deeds for April -here!

- Good Deeds for May -here!

- Good Deeds for June -here!

 

 

Bullying Prevention:

October is Bullying Prevention Month

- You can find information on Bullying Laws across America - here!

- You can find Sexting Laws across America - here!

- Download the Top Ten Livestreaming Tips for Teens -here!

- Download the Stand up to Cyberbullying: Top Ten Tips for Teens -here!

- Download the Responding to Cyberbullying: Top Ten Tips for Educators -here!

- Preventing Cyberbullying: Top Ten Tips for Educators -here!

- Download the Teen Sexting Guide for Educators and Parents -here!

- Sexting Advice for Teens -here!

- Developing a Positive School Climate: Top Ten Tips to Prevent Bullying/Cyberbullying -here!

- A list of Cyberbullying Warning Signs -here!

- Cyberbullying Fact Sheet: Identification, Prevention and Response Guide -here!

- Cyberbullying Research Activity -here!

- Cyberbullying Crossword Activity -here!

- Cyberbullying Laws activity sheet -here!

- Cyberbullying Word Find activity -here!

- Cyberbullying Word Trace activity -here!

- Talking to Youth about Internet Harassment word find-here!

- Talking to Youth about Internet Harassment crossword-here!

- Talking to Youth about Internet Harassment word scramble-here!

- Internet Slang Website -here!

- Connecting with Students Online: Issues to Consider when Educators "Friend" Students-here!

- Cyberbullying Tracking Form-here!

- Cyberbullying Scripts for Parents to promote dialog and discussion-here!

- Safe and Responsible Social Networking: Strategies for Keeping Yourself Safe Online-here!

- Digital Citizenship Activities for Educators-here!

- The Bullying Prevention Training Center can be found - here!

- Youth Engagement Toolkit-here!

- Youth Leaders' Tooklit-here!

- Super Teacher Worksheets has a variety of resources that can be downloaded-here!

 

Halloween Activities:

- You can find a ton of Free Clip Art - here!

- DLTK has a ton of Halloween Printables (coloring pages to awards certificates) - here!

- Have You Been Boo'ed? You've Been Boo'ed" is a fun Halloween tradition where you secretly deliver treats to your neighbor and ask them to pass on the fun. It's a great way to bond with the neighbors you know and to get to know the ones that you don't.To start the You've Been Boo'ed tradition, you'll need a few printables to start the fun. You'll need a You've Been Boo'ed letter, You've Been Boo'ed sign, and a We've Been Boo'ed sign. The letter explains how the activity works and the signs are for the front doors to let people know when they've been boo'ed.

    The Tomcat Studio has a one-eyed monster 'You've Been Boo'ed' printable - here!

    Anders Stuff has a Pumpkin 'You've Been Boo'ed' printable - here!

    A Silly Ghost 'You've Been Boo'ed' printable - here!

  Catch My Party recommends the cute, traditional printable from Michelle at Printabelle - here!


- Invite Your Friends to a Pumpking Carving Party with this invitation card -here!

- Here is a list of cute Halloween jokes -here! and - These same jokes are available in lunch box note size from Skip to My Lou -here!

- Here are some Frankentine's! - Frankentines are adorable, free printable cards available from Cammie from Mr. and Mrs. Smith -here! The directions are as follows: Just save the image and print it out as a full 8.5" x 11" sheet - making sure to choose the "Shrink to Fit" option when printing (otherwise, some of the images may be missing).

- Artsy Fartsy Mama has a free set of Halloween Bingo Cards -here!

- Another Set of Bingo Cards: -here!

- Download the Boy Paperdoll Halloween Dress Up Printable -here! and the Girl Paperdoll Dress Up Printable can be found -here!

- Download the Boo Eyeglasses Photo Prop -here!

- Find Printable Halloween Masks at Mr. Printable -here!

- Download printable Halloween Treat Baskets -here!

- Download the Black Cat Flashlight Cover -here!

- Download the Bat Flashlight Cover -here!

- Download the Scary Face Flashlight Cover -here!

- Download the Enter At Your Own Risk Sign -here!

- Download the Broom Only Parking Sign -here!

- Download the Frankenstein Moon Coloring Page -here!

- Download the Scary Pumpkin Coloring Page -here!

- Download the Candy Pumpkin Coloring Page -here!

- Download the Pumpkin Fence Coloring Page -here!

- Download the Child Vampire Coloring Page -here!

- Download the Witch Coloring Page -here!

- Download the Friendly Witch Coloring Page -here!

- Download the Witch's Broom Coloring Page -here!

- Download the Haunted House Coloring Page -here!

- Download the Skeleton Coloring Page -here!

- Download the Plants vs. Zombies Coloring Page -here!

- Download the Happy Halloween Coloring Page -here!

- Download the Trick or Treat Coloring Page -here!

- Download another Trick or Treat Coloring Page -here!

- Download the Halloween Connect the Dots Page -here!

- Download the Bats Finger Puppet Printable -here!

- Download the Ghosts Finger Puppet Printable -here!

- Download the Monster Finger Puppet Printable -here!

- Download a small list of Fun Halloween Facts -here!

- Download the Super Smart Writing Halloween Narrative Freebie -here!

- Download the Halloween Word Jumble -here!

- Download the Ghost Word Search -here!

- Download the Witch Word Search -here!

- Download the Haunted House Cat Maze -here!

- Download the Witch Haunted House Maze -here!

- Download the Ghosts Haunted House Maze -here!

- Download the Candy Maze -here!

- Download the Ghost Maze -here!

- Download the Spider Web Maze -here!

- Download the Werewolf Moon Maze -here!

- Download the Witch Maze -here!

- Download and print Halloween Paper Dolls -here!

- Download and print the Halloween Skeleton Activity -here!

- Over 462 Free Pumpkin Carving Templates can be found -here!

- Caitlin Ultimo over at Parenting has a list of Halloween Games - download the sheet -here!

- Download the Halloween Matching Game -here!

- Download a Halloween Memory Game -here!

- Download Halloween Jeopardy (print 4 copies) -here!

- Download "Squashed," a Halloween Sight Words Game -here!

- Monster Bash Jello Treats: (Full Directions Can Be Found -here!)


 



- Fruit Loops Pumpkin Patch: Download the Pumpkin Patch Template -here!




- Colored and Glittered Pasta Pumpkins: Full Directions are -here!




- Styrofoam Spiders: Full Directions are -here!


 

 

 

  Thanksgiving Activities:

- DLTK has a wonderful variety of FREE Thanksgiving printables - - here!

- You can find a ton of Free Autumn/Fall Coloring Pages - here!

- Download the Color the Turkey by Number Page -here!

- Download the Color the Feathers on the Turkey Page -here!

- Download the Berenstain Bears Thanksgiving Activity -here!

- Download Rocket's Fall Bingo Game -here!

- Download the "WH Question" Board Game -here!

- Download the Thanksgiving Word Jumble sheet -here!

- Download the Thanksgiving Day word search -here!
- Download another Thanksgiving Day word search -here!

- Help the Turkey run to Freedom in the Thanksgiving Maze -here!
- Another Thanksgiving Maze -here!

- Download the Thanksgiving Fill-in-the-Blank activity -here!

- Download the Thanksgiving Mad Lib activity for grades 5th-10th -here!

- Download the Thanksgiving Analogies Worksheet for grades 2-5 -here!

- Download the Turkey Day It's My Opinion Worksheet for grades 1st-3rd -here!

- Download the Thankful Printable Pack with a Colorable Place Mat, Thank You Cards and a Thank-You Tracker -here!

- Download the Thanksgiving Conversation Starter Cards -here!
Theses fun cards are divided into 2 categories – Turkey Talk and Turkey Task.
Turkey Talk presents a conversation starter and Turkey Task is a creative Thanksgiving-themed activity for your Happy Home to complete.

- Download the Thanksgiving Scavenger Hunt Pages (indoor & outdoor) -here!

- Download the Thanksgiving "Would You Rather" Questions for Kids -here!

- Download the Turkey Trivia Scoot Page -here!

Download the "You've Been Gobbled" Thanksgiving Printable -here! Show them how THANKFUL you are for them

Download the "What are You Thankful For?" Worksheet for grades 3rd-8th -here! S

- Download the Thanksgiving Lunch Box Notes Jokes -here!

- Download the Thanksgiving PreK Printable Pack from Tot School -here! Activities include shadow match, memory game, complete the pattern and more.

- Download the Thanksgiving 60 Page PreK and Kindergarten Worksheet and Activity Pack from Miniature Masterminds -here! Activities include math, writing, counting, size comparison, beginning sounds, beginner writing skills, cutting practice, fine motor practice, sight words, lacing cards and more.

- Make a Thanksgiving Story Bracelet. Directions and Story are -here!

- Download the Thanksgiving Turkey Headband Printable Craft -here!




 

 

 






 




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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