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Great Dates

Great Dates to Celebrate

Each month offers a few special dates which are meant for celebrating history, family, and friends. Be sure to plan ahead for each special date.

September | October | November | December | January

February | March | April | May | June/July

Great Dates to Educate

While every date is great for teaching, some dates offer opportunities for special learning experiences. Use this calendar of collaborative projects to plan special educational activities in your school.

September | October | November | December | January

February | March | April | May | June/July

Every Date can be Great

History
A comprehensive look at great dates in history.
On This Day | This Day in History | Today in History | Today in History | Today in History | Today in History | On This Day | This Week in US History

Literature
Increase your knowledge of literary history, one day at a time.
Literary HyperCalendar

Almanacs
Almanacs offer a rich cultural perspective for great dates.
Education Calendar | The Daily Almanac | Those Were The Days | Any Day | Old Farmer's Almanac

Science & Math
Integrate your learning by considering the historical perspective for great dates in math and science.
Mathematicians Throughout The Year | Today in Energy History | Today in Volcano History

Entertainment
For music class, and for fun.
This Day in Music History | This Day in Rock and Roll History | Today in The Movies


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