September – A Month to Celebrate World Peace!

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    September is the ninth month of the year. In the old Roman Calendar it was the seventh month. September is derived from Latin “septem” meaning seven. it has 30 days.

  MONTH – National Libray Card MonthActivity – Make sure to visit your local library and sign up for a library card. Once you get your library card, visit the libray as often as you can and develop the habit of reading. Remeber! Good reading helps good character building.

National Courtesy MonthActivity  Find out the meaning of the word  “Courtesy.” Make a list of ways students can express courtesy 2. Make a Courtesy Certificate. At the end of each week teacher can give certificates to students who were courteous. 3. At the end of the month take a vote to see if courtesy has improved in the month. Then continue being courteous and observing good manners. remember developing charachter leads to becoming a good Peace Maker!

National Honey Month – Think of ways you can celebrate honey!  Activity 1. Invite a Beekeeper and let him talk about the hobby and equipment needed for it. 2 Find out where honey comes from 3. Draw pictures of a honeybee.

National Rice Month – Rice is the world’s most important food crop. The staple food of Asian countries. Activity – talk about the varieties of rice. 2.Find out how to cook rice. 3. make a list of Rice Products.

WEEK  -1st Week National=Do=It-Yourself Week   Read More…..SEPTEMBER – NEWS and EVENTS

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