November 19th Special Days - Featuring 20+ Monopoly Freebies!

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Tuesday, November 19, 2019 | 0 comments
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Image: Canadian Monopoly Game board, by Erika Wittlieb on Pixabay

November 19th is... National Play Monopoly Day (1935), Have a Bad Day Day, American Made Matters Day (2009), Equal Opportunity Day/Dedication Day/Gettysburg Address Delivered (1863), Little Red-Haired Girl First Appearance (1961), International Men's Day (1999), National Blow Bagpipes Day, National Alligator Wrestling Day, Rocky and His Friends TV Premiere (1959), Carbonated Beverage with Caffeine Day, National Camp Day, Suffragists' Voting Attempt (1868), World Toilet Day, First Automatic Toll Collection Machine (1940), Women's Entrepreneurship Day, International Journalist's Remembrance Day, International Men's Day, National Macchiato Day, National Soup Day (Germany), Day of Missile Forces and Artillery (Russia), Feast of the Prophet Obadiah, St. Mechchild's Day, St. Nerses' Day

More Special Days: National Entrepreneurs' Day, Parents Day

PLUS - interesting books to read and free printables, papercrafts, kid crafts, activities, and coloring pages.

Want more Holidays to celebrate? Click for our Index of Holiday Freebies

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Image: Pass Go and Collect $200: The Real Story of How Monopoly Was Invented, by Tanya Lee Stone (Author), Steven Salerno (Illustrator). Publisher: Henry Holt and Co. (BYR) (July 17, 2018)National Play Monopoly Day
-- Monopoly is derived from The Landlord's Game created by Elizabeth Magie in the United States in 1903 as a way to demonstrate an economy which rewards wealth creation is better than one where monopolists work under few constraints and to promote the economic theories of Henry George — in particular, his ideas about taxation. It was first published by Parker Brothers in 1935. The game is named after the economic concept of monopoly — the domination of a market by a single entity. It is now owned and produced by the American game and toy company Hasbro.

Read: Pass Go and Collect $200: The Real Story of How Monopoly Was Invented
-- In the late 1800s lived Lizzie Magie, a clever and charismatic woman with a strong sense of justice. Waves of urban migration drew Lizzie's attention to rising financial inequality. One day she had an idea: create a game showing the unfairness of the landlord-tenant relationship. But game players seemed to have the most fun pretending to be wealthy landowners. Enter Charles Darrow, a marketer, and salesman with a vision for transforming Lizzie's game into an exciting staple of American family entertainment.

Image: Hasbro Monopoly Classic Game | Buy, sell, dream and scheme your way to richesHasbro Monopoly Classic Game -- It's the fast-dealing property trading game where players buy, sell, dream and scheme their way to riches. This version of the Monopoly game welcomes the Rubber Ducky, Tyrannosaurus Rex, and Penguin into its family of tokens. Choose your token, place it on GO! and roll the dice to own it all! There can be only one winner in the Monopoly game. Will it be you?

Image: Monopoly: Fortnite Edition Board Game Inspired by Fortnite Video Game Ages 13 and UpMonopoly: Fortnite Edition Board Game -- Fortnite fans, this edition it's not about what players own; it's about how long they can survive. Features well-known locations as properties, and players aim to earn Health Point chips instead of Monopoly money to stay in the game. Claim locations, battle opponents, and avoid the Storm to survive; the last player standing wins.

Image: Monopoly Stranger Things EditionMonopoly Stranger Things Edition -- Features 80s-inspired tokens and tokens ripped from the Upside Down. Walkie-Talkie and Blinking Lights cards as Community Chest and Chance cards. Features forts and hideouts instead of houses and hotels. Ages 14 and up. For 2 to 8 players.

Image: Monopoly Game of Thrones Board | Based on the popular TV Show on HBO Game of ThronesMonopoly Game of Thrones Board -- Oversized Collectible Tokens: Dragon Egg, Three-Eyed Raven, White Walker, Direwolf, Crown, and The Iron Throne. Custom Designed Game Board features Famous Locations from the Television Series. Custom Villages and Keeps replace traditional Houses and Hotels. Community Chest and Chance Cards renamed The Iron Throne and Valar Morghulis. Gold Dragons Themed Money.

Monopoly Strategy Books

Image: The New and Improved Monopoly Rules: A New Set of Rules For A More Realistic And Fun Experience | Kindle Edition | by Drew Simon (Author). Publication Date: June 22, 2016
The New and Improved Monopoly Rules
Amazon Freebies:

🎩 Read Monopoly ebooks for free with a Free Trial of Kindle Unlimited

🎩 Free Monopoly apps

🎩 Free Monopoly board games

🎩 Free Monopoly books and comics

🎩 Listen to Monopoly Digital Music with a Free Trial of Amazon Music Unlimited

🎩 Watch Monopoly Videos for Free with a Free Trial of Amazon Prime

🎩 Listen to Monopoly Audible books with Amazon Audible, and Get Two Free Audiobooks

🎩 Free Alexa Skills | Monopoly

Free Printables, Coloring Pages, Activities, and Crafts:

🎩 Monopoly Printable Game Board

🎩 Monopoly worksheets - ESL Printables

🎩 Free Monopoly Party Printables

🎩 Watch Monopoly videos to learn more about the classic strategy game

🎩 Under the Boardwalk: The MONOPOLY Story

🎩 DIY Harry Potter Monopoly Game with Printables

🎩 Put your face on money bills - This fake money generator can place your face on a dollar, peso, euro, etc.

🎩 Rules to Play Monopoly

🎩 Printable Monopoly Cards

🎩 MONOPOLY Online |Free Game |

🎩 Monopoly Online - Play Game Online - Arcade Spot

Carbonated Beverage with Caffeine Day
- Since soda drinkers usually have their favorite sodas and don't usually stray away from it, maybe we can take this day to try a carbonated, caffeinated beverage that we've never tried or maybe one we haven't had in years.

World Toilet Day
- A day to celebrate the importance of sanitation and raise awareness for the 2.6 billion people (nearly half of the world's population) who don't have access to toilets and proper sanitation.

Have a Bad Day, Day
- For those who are filled with revulsion at being told endlessly to have a nice day, this day is a brief respite. Store and business owners are to ask workers to tell customers to have a bad day.

Little Red-Haired Girl First Appearance (1961)
- an unseen character in the Peanuts comic strip by Charles M. Schulz, and is a symbol of unrequited love. While never seen in the strip, she appears onscreen in several television specials. Her name is sometimes cited in these as Heather. She serves as the object of Charlie Brown's desire.

Gettysburg Address Delivered (1863)
- In 1863, 17 acres of the battlefield at Gettysburg, PA, was dedicated as a national cemetery. Noted orator Edward Everett spoke for two hours; the address Lincoln delivered in less than two minutes was later recognized as one of the most eloquent of the English language. Five manuscript copies in Lincoln's hand survive, including the rough draft begun in ink at the executive mansion at Washington and concluded in pencil at Gettysburg on the morning of the dedication (kept at the Library of Congress).

First Automatic Toll Collection Machine (1940)
- At the Union Toll Plaza on New Jersey's Garden State Parkway, motorists dropped 25 cents into a wire mesh hopper and a green light would flash. The first modern toll road was the Pennsylvania Turnpike, which opened in 1940.

Rocky and His Friends TV Premiere (1959)
- This popular cartoon premiered in 1959 and featured the adventures of a talking squirrel, Rocky (Rocket J. Squirrel), and his friend Bull-winkle, a flaky moose. The tongue-in-cheek dialogue contrasted with the simple plots in which Rocky and Bullwinkle tangled with Russian bad guys Boris Badenov and Natasha (who worked for Mr. Big).

Suffragists' Voting Attempt (1868)
- Testing the wording of the 14th Amendment stipulating no State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States,172 New Jersey suffragists, including four black women, attempted to vote in the presidential election in 1868. Denied, they cast their votes instead into a women's ballot box overseen by 84-year-old Quaker Margaret Pryer.

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