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Updated for May 2014 (For a list with changing dates merged with the monthly list, see my May 2014 Calendar Observances and Activities.)

Welcome to my calendar of May themed activities for kids. You’ll find all my unit studies and holiday posts listed by themes in my “Should You Use Unit Studies?” post. Here you’ll find lots of themes for May according to holiday or calendar observances.

You’ll find more links for calendar observances in my “Enliven Your Homeschool with Some Calendar Fun” post. The post has links to resources for calendar observances for any level. I’m focusing here on May themes for preschoolers through early elementary, although I’ve added some calendar observances for pre-teens and teens.

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Monthly Observances for May

Monthly observances can be used for themed activities throughout the month or for one or two weeks during the month.

Spring Themes and Activities

Montessori-Inspired Spring Themes and Activities has lots of ideas for spring unit studies.

May Calendar Observances with Changing Dates

May Dates that Can Be Used for Themed Activities

Calendar observances are great for mini units or even units that might last the whole month.

I’ll add to this post as I publish new posts that fit in with May-themed observances.

Are you planning to use any themed activities in May?

Deb - Siganture

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Montessori Monday - Montessori-Inspired Screen-Free Activities
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