ALL ABOUT NOVEMBER Think Write Create
ALL ABOUT NOVEMBER Think Write Create

ALL ABOUT NOVEMBER Think Write Create

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Perfect for November journaling.  Picture and word prompts motivate students to create, write, invent, illustrate and share about the month.  They learn about seasons and some of the celebrations. Each book includes science trivia, fun facts, math, language and questions that reflect that month. 

Activities can be adapted to grades 2 - 3. Open ended, critical thinking and use-your-imagination prompts are set up so children are able to respond according to their individual interests, skill and ability levels. 

ALL ABOUT THE MONTH Books are great for early finishers, indoor recess, substitute activities, monthly-themed parties and celebrations. Attach the cover and pages to make early-finisher books or print individual pages as needed.

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Product Description

1 Cover an 10 unique coloring-activity pages

NOVEMBER Page Themes

. Add a Little Magic (Students add their own pictures, words and colors to the image.)

. November Things (Given prompts students make up top 10 lists about November happenings.)

. Eye-Popping November Poster (Students are prompted to design a poster.)

. Invention Convention (In honor of LOOK FOR CIRCLES DAY, November 2nd, students invent a toy, decoration, tool, game, etc. using circle shapes.

. Believe It or Not - Domino Challenges (World records day is held in November.  Students read fun world records trivia and then attempt math challenges. 

. Did You Know (Read Thanksgiving trivia, name a restaurant and create a menu) 

. November News (Students create a November newspaper)

. November Idiom  (Students interpret an idiom using words and pictures)

. November Words (Write as many words as you can think of using the letters in November)

. Colors of November



Why Kids Love Them 

Open ended questions make it fun for all students to answer. 

Students can choose to write or draw (or both) their responses.

Graphics and prompts so students don’t get bored.
Black and white graphics to color and space to add drawings.
Graphics, text and responses can be extended to include creative writing sessions.