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Season-Themed Summary Post

Quickly find seasonal activities and lessons with this list of posts organized by themes and seasons!

Educators are always searching for ways to make lessons fresh and exciting. Embedding seasonal activities provides creative learning opportunities while integrating required curriculum. Students love engaging holiday- and season-related themes!

Here is a list of season-themed lessons and activities blog posts on Paths to Technology; these posts are organized by months and/or seasons. Make this post a “Favorite” so that you can refer back to it!

Help expand this summary page with your favorite seasonal activities. We are missing many important national holidays as well as seasonal activities. We are actively recruiting posts on holidays celebrated in various countries and cultures – please consider sharing your favorite activities. Stay tuned, as future seasonal posts are added regularly!

Season-Themed Posts

August

Beginning of Year

Beginning of Year Resources for Gen Ed Teachers

September

National Play-Doh Day: September 16

Fall Themes

October

White Cane Day: October 15

Halloween/Fall Festival

November

Veteran’s Day

Thanksgiving

December

Hour of Code (coding related posts – too many posts to list separately. See the Coding Posts Summary for links to all the coding posts!)

January

New Year’s (Resolutions)

World Braille Day (January 4, 2021)

Winter

February

Valentine’s Day: Feb 14

March

St. Patrick’s Day (March 17)

National Chip and Dip Day: March 23

April

Easter

Spring

May

Global Accessibility Awareness Day (Third Thursday of May)

Mother’s Day

Memorial Day

Transition

College Transition

June

Father’s Day

Summer vacation

July

Resources

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Halloween Scavenger Hunt

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Google Docs and JAWS/NVDA bug

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