Calendar School – May

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Welcome to Calendar School!

Each month I will be sharing links to FREE internet resources to use to create fun, learning studies for special holiday and/or historical events.

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Below you will find links to FREE resources for special holidays and/or historical events that happened in the month of May.

May 4th-Star Wars Day is May the Fourth, because of a famous quote from the hugely popular science fiction series blockbuster is “May the Force (Fourth) be with you”

 You can have a Star Wars themed day (or week)…..with Coloring pages, you can make a Lightsaber,  and lots of Crafts, Recipes, & Activities.
 This Star Wars themed Preschool Pack from Homeschool Creations is great for your little one to join in the fun. (P-K)
 It’s always fun to learn to read with these Star Wars themed Sight Word Activities from Learning 4 Kids (P-K, Y)
Some More Great ways to Celebrate Star Wars Day:
    • Watch any of the great Star Wars movies

    • Better still, have a Star Wars marathon, and watch two or three (or 4) of them.

    • Get out your laser sword and practice for the next invasion from the Evil Empire.

    • Send a Star Wars day Ecard- of course they have them!

    • Have a Star Wars costume party.

    • Learn some Star Wars Trivia, there’s no shortage.

May 5th-Cinco de May

  • Here is a great Thematic Unit of Study from Apples 4 The Teacher. (Y, E)
  • Enjoy a week of delicious Mexican dishes with these tasty recipes.
  • Lots of great Mexican activities at DLTK (P-K, Y, E)
  • More Cinco de Mayo activities at Have Fun Teaching (Y, E)

May 25th-Memorial Day is dedicated to service men and women who gave their lives for freedom and country.

May 29th-Learn About Composting Day is a great opportunity to “Go Green” and help the environment. Are you looking for a fun, {dirty} family project this summer?  How about composting!

Grade Levels Chart

(P-K) Preschool to Kindergarten

(Y) Early Elementary – Kindergarten to 2nd Grade

(E) Elementary – 3rd to 5th grade

(M) Middle – 6th to 8th grade

(H) High – 9th to 12th grade

Although I have visited each website before linking to it, things change all of the time on the wonderful world wide web…I apologize if any links do not work correctly, please leave a comment if you come across one so that I can fix it as soon as possible.



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