Breakout the pictures!
Take time to reminisce and tell stories
about family and friends.
Visit an adult center and take time to
listen to the stories being told there.
Betty Jo, of Still Learning Something New, has posted the newest version of her November 2018 Special Days Calendar. It has a long list of famous birthdays, historical events, interesting days, and monthly event and food themes.
Activity Suggestion: Go to the library and read some books about Arthur’s adventures.
Activity Suggestion: Make a simple cartoon of your own.
🌡November 27: Scientist Anders Celsius born 1701 – This link will take you to a video that offers a short biography about the scientist. Video: Who Invented the Fahrenheit and Celsius Temperature Scales?
Activity Suggestion: For the next week, change Fahrenheit to Celsius using this mathematical formula. Compare where you live to different temperatures around the world…Change Celsius to Fahrenheit as well.
November 28: French Toast Day – Whip up a batch of your favorite French toast and do something a little extra special with it: Add toppings like strawberries (or another fruit), whipped cream, cream cheese, a drizzle of honey, raisins, nuts, a drizzle of chocolate syrup, or something else of your choosing.
Video Recipe Suggestion: How to Make French Toast!! Classic Quick and Easy Recipe
🍫November 29: Chocolates Day – Do you like chocolate? Have some fun making chocolate bubble bath, lip balm, chocolate covered pretzels, and other fun foods. Learn about the history and benefits as well.
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