Summer Worksheet: June Holidays

Summer Worksheet: June Holidays

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Summer Worksheet: June Holidays
This seasonal worksheet is called 'Summer Worksheet: June Holidays' and was kindly provided by Scholastic, and is also available on their website. The printout lists well-known facts (specific for USA or international) for every day of June. The examples of the holidays presented are:
June 4th: Henry Ford test drove the first Ford car in 1896;
June 5th: World Environment Day;
June 6th: Doughnut Day;
June 15th: Smile Power Day, etc.
Each holiday is followed by a suggested task for students: to find out more about the persons who contributed to the holiday, search for additional facts about the event, make a picture related to the celebration, participate in outdoors or indoors activities to honor or experience the holiday, read a book for the lesson or write an imaginative story, even investigate career opportunities in a certain area, etc.
There is a kind reminder in the end of the worksheet about holidays associated with certain days of week rather than a specific date, like Father's Day celebrated on the third Sunday of June or National Family Day - on the first Saturday of June.
This seasonal worksheet is called 'Summer Worksheet: June Holidays' and was kindly provided by Scholastic, and is also available on their website. The printout lists well-known facts (specific for USA or international) for every day of June. The examples of the holidays presented are:
June 4th: Henry Ford test drove the first Ford car in 1896;
June 5th: World Environment Day;
June 6th: Doughnut Day;
June 15th: Smile Power Day, etc.
Each holiday is followed by a suggested task for students: to find out more about the persons who contributed to the holiday, search for additional facts about the event, make a picture related to the celebration, participate in outdoors or indoors activities to honor or experience the holiday, read a book for the lesson or write an imaginative story, even investigate career opportunities in a certain area, etc.
There is a kind reminder in the end of the worksheet about holidays associated with certain days of week rather than a specific date, like Father's Day celebrated on the third Sunday of June or National Family Day - on the first Saturday of June.