Teaching special events and topics for November 2022

Here at Busy Things for Schools, we offer a huge range of seasonal activities you can use to create themed lessons. In this selection, you’ll find teaching events and topics for November 2020, including big historical celebrations like Bonfire Night, as well as awareness events like Road Safety Week. There’s a lot going on in November and, with these engaging resources, you should find plenty of inspiration for fun lesson plans all month long.

 

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Bonfire Night

5th November 2022

Children can safely create their own digital firework display with Busy Things! Easy to use special brush tools can fill the sky with sparkles, lines, sprays and firework effects! 

 

Remembrance Day

11th November 2022

Create a fantastic Remembrance Day display by getting each of your children to colour in a poppy. Save all their work into a single PDF and then print them for your display.

 

Children in Need

18th November 2022

Use our recipe sheets to make monster cakes, pink-man muffins or Red Nose pizzas! Sell the cakes to raise money for Children in Need!

 

Road Safety Week

19th - 26th November 2022

Ask your children to design a poster for road safety week. Busy Things includes many ready-made templates to get them started.

 

Autumn activities

September - December 2022

Why not write about Autumn as part of a weather project?

 

Busy Things includes plenty of activities to create a topic exploring the weather and the seasons.

 

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