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National Day Calendar ClassroomWelcome to the National Day Calendar Classroom

National Day Calendar is excited for the new school year! Along with new projects and lessons, we’ve also created an archive of last year’s articles for educators to reference and use all year long.  We have trivia every day to challenge students of all ages, and we’ve added recipes that can be made at home or in the classroom. This year, crosswords and word searches are a challenging addition, too! Of course, it’s a learning experience all around, so we hope you will continue to grow with us!

At the top of the page, educators, students, and families can access the 2018-2019 projects, assignments, and lessons as they go live. Look to the lower right, and the archived lessons can be found by subject.

HOW TO OBSERVE

We designed the classroom for fun and interactive lessons with an emphasis on helping teachers find new ways to make learning enjoyable from kindergarten all the way through high school. Students and teachers are encouraged to send us their thoughts and ideas. Some of you already have, and we will focus on those areas you requested! Send us your feedback. Share your finish projects with us. And let us know how we’re doing. Use #NDCClassroom to share on social media.

Classroom

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  • Have a question, or an idea to help make the Classroom better, please let us know.

CLASSROOM

by | Jul 19, 2018

ARTS

Week 5 – 2017 – Riddle Me This – The featured assignment centers on Mad Hatter’s Day and Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.

Week 14 – 2017 – The classroom offers a resource for Bill of Rights Day for all grade levels and a coloring page for National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day.

Week 16 – 2017 – Trivia Day challenges every brain in the classroom, and we provide a variety of ways to do it.

Week 25 – 2017 – The classroom starts a miniature garden for National Plant a Flower Day. In Lesson 2, the classroom pools their resources for National Earmuff Day.

Week 27 – 2017 – Two holidays come together to create a fun project – National Something on a Stick Day and National Pencil Day build a pinwheel.

Week 28 – 2017 – Play a fun game with the colors in National Find a Rainbow Day.

Week 29 – 2017 – Filled with writing prompts, National Encourage a Young Writer Day inspires these lessons.

Week 30 – 2017 – Once again, two days inspire the classroom. National Haiku Poetry Day and National Teach Our Children to Save Day. Make an origami pig and write a poem.

Week 31 – 2017 – National Talk Like Shakespeare Day inspires lessons for the whole week. The Bard’s birthday will influence lessons for National Telephone Day and National Tell A Story Day, too.

 

HEALTH

Week 8 – 2017 – Test the grease content of snack foods for National Greasy Food Day.

Week 13 – 2017 – Focus on World Trick Shot Day with several ideas to involve all students. Resources also for National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day.

Week 16 – 2017 – Trivia Day challenges every brain in the classroom, and we provide a variety of ways to do it.

Week 33 – 2017 – Create a first aid kit for National School Nurse Day.

HISTORY

Week 12 – 2017 – Travel through history to the Civil Rights era for Rosa Parks Day and meet other influential people who took a stand. Challenge students to scratch below the surface of history to learn more.

Week 13 – 2017 – Focus on World Trick Shot Day with several ideas to involve all students. Resources also for National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day.

Week 14 – 2017 – The classroom offers a resource for Bill of Rights Day for all grade levels and a coloring page for National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day.

Week 15 – 2017 – On National Crossword Puzzle Day learn a little history while observing Mudd Day.

Week 16 – 2017 – Trivia Day challenges every brain in the classroom, and we provide a variety of ways to do it.

LANGUAGE

Week 1 – 2017 – Cookbook reading list for National Read A Book Day

Week 9 – 2017 – National Author’s Day inspires a reading list for National Bison Day and National Saxophone Day.

Week 7 – 2017 – Brush up on word skills for National Dictionary Day and study poetry for Black Poetry Day.

Week 16 – 2017 – Trivia Day challenges every brain in the classroom, and we provide a variety of ways to do it.

Week 18 – 2017 – Get out the thesaurus and exercise the wordplay using National Peking Duck Day to tell a story.

Week 19 – 2017 – Packed full of lessons, this week practice the art of cursive writing on National Handwriting Day and create a Library Shelfie for the classroom, too. Challenge the class to think about the opposite position and to learn from their mistakes.

Week 23 – 2017 – Reading and storytelling go hand-in-hand. National Tell a Fairy Tale Day and National Read Across America Day join forces in the classroom.

Week 29 – 2017 – Filled with writing prompts, National Encourage a Young Writer Day inspires these lessons.

Week 30 – 2017 – Once again, two days inspire the classroom. National Haiku Poetry Day and National Teach Our Children to Save Day. Make an origami pig and write a poem.

Week 31 – 2017 – National Talk Like Shakespeare Day inspires lessons for the whole week. The Bard’s birthday will influence lessons for National Telephone Day and National Tell A Story Day, too.

MATH

Week 2 – 2017 – Using the cookbooks from the reading list in Week 1, 2017, students use their math skills on National Kids Take Over the Kitchen Day.

Week 4 – 2017 – Two projects challenge students using milk. The first takes place on Math Storytelling Day. Then, students get to experiment with chocolate on National Chocolate Milk Day.

Week 16 – 2017 – Trivia Day challenges every brain in the classroom, and we provide a variety of ways to do it.

SCIENCE

STEM/STEAM Edition 2017 – Disappearing Eggshell experiment

Week 10 – 2017 – For America Recycles Day learn how to start a classroom composting project.

Week 16 – 2017 – Trivia Day challenges every brain in the classroom, and we provide a variety of ways to do it.

Week 17 – 2017 – National Static Electricity Day brings experiments to life in the classroom with several resources to choose from.

Week 22 – 2017 – Pets teach students responsibility in Lesson 1 and Lesson 2 asks “Does toast really land butter side down?” They’re lessons designed for National Love Your Pets Day and National Toast Day.

Week 21 – 2017 – Digital safety is the focus of these lessons. Find the Hoax and Cyberbullying help the classroom observe National Safer Internet Day.

Week 20 – 2017 – Step into the shoes of a weather forecaster on National Weatherperson’s Day. Students send a card to someone they care about.

Week 24 – 2017 – Explore volcanoes during National Oregon Day.

Week 25 – 2017 – The classroom starts a miniature garden for National Plant a Flower Day. In Lesson 2, the classroom pools their resources for National Earmuff Day.

Week 26 – 2017 – Study the olfactory sense for National Fragrance Day.

Week 27 – 2017 – Two holidays come together to create a fun project – National Something on a Stick Day and National Pencil Day build a pinwheel.

Week 28 – 2017 – Play a fun game with the colors in National Find a Rainbow Day.

Week 32 – 2017 – The classroom heads back outside to observe the weather with several resources from both National Day Calendar and more!

SOCIAL STUDIES

Week 6 – 2017 – Invite a speaker to the classroom in honor of National Chess Day, National Farmer’s Day, or the Navy’s Birthday.

Week 7 – 2017 – Brush up on word skills for National Dictionary Day and study poetry for Black Poetry Day.

Week 9 – 2017 – National Author’s Day inspires a reading list for National Bison Day and National Saxophone Day.

Week 11 – 2017 – Students join StoryCorps during the National Day of Listening.

Week 12 – 2017 – Travel through history to the Civil Rights era for Rosa Parks Day and meet other influential people who took a stand. Challenge students to scratch below the surface of history to learn more.

Week 13 – 2017 – Focus on World Trick Shot Day with several ideas to involve all students. Resources also for National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day.

Week 14 – 2017 – The classroom offers a resource for Bill of Rights Day for all grade levels and a coloring page for National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day.

Week 16 – 2017 – Trivia Day challenges every brain in the classroom, and we provide a variety of ways to do it.

Week 19 – 2017 – Packed full of lessons, this week practice the art of cursive writing on National Handwriting Day and create a Library Shelfie for the classroom, too. Challenge the class to think about the opposite position and to learn from their mistakes.

Week 20 – 2017 – Step into the shoes of a weather forecaster on National Weatherperson’s Day. Students send a card to someone they care about.

Week 21 – 2017 – Digital safety is the focus of these lessons. Find the Hoax and Cyberbullying help the classroom observe National Safer Internet Day.

Week 22 – 2017 – Pets teach students responsibility in Lesson 1 and Lesson 2 asks “Does toast really land butter side down?” They’re lessons designed for National Love Your Pets Day and National Toast Day.

Week 25 – 2017 – The classroom starts a miniature garden for National Plant a Flower Day. In Lesson 2, the classroom pools their resources for National Earmuff Day.

Week 30 – 2017 – Once again, two days inspire the classroom. National Haiku Poetry Day and National Teach Our Children to Save Day. Make an origami pig and write a poem.

Week 34 – 2017 – Help students connect with their family on National Visit Your Relatives Day.

 

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