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November/December

In November, we observed Veterans Day with posters and poems, celebrated Thanksgiving with coloring pages, factual and fictional reading comprehension materials, and more. We expanded our “manners” materials, read The Fantastic Mr. Fox, and wished “Happy Birthday” to Sesame Street.

Like many of you, we are spending most of this month getting ready for Christmas. We currently have hundreds of Christmas documents, both secular and religious, from creative activities with candy canes to reading comprehension practice about holiday celebrations around the world. We also have coloring pages, worksheets, and games for other winter celebrations, including Hanukkah and Kwanzaa. Watch the upcoming newsletters to see our featured seasonal material and catch all our colorful new pages as they are added.

I hope you’ll let us know what you’ve used, what you’ve loved, and what you’d like to see more of in the coming months. Requests can take some time, so if there’s something you’d like to see in 2010, let us know now! We really do love hearing from our users.


The links above are to the member site. Below are links to these materials on our free site:
Hanukkah
Christmas
Kwanzaa
New Year

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