November 4th is... (Includes Printable Freebies)

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Sunday, November 04, 2018 | 0 comments
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Image: King Tut Exhibit at Seattle's Pacific Science Center, by Dave Nakayama on Flickr
King Tut Exhibit at Seattle's Pacific Science Center, by Dave Nakayama
November 4th is... King Tut Tomb Discovery/King Tut Day, National Candy Day, National Chicken Lady Day, Use Your Common Sense Day, Cash Register Birthday (1880), Will Rogers Day, National Waiting for the Barbarians Day, National Skeptics Day, National Easy-Bake Oven Day, National Coach Appreciation Day, Unity Day (Russia)

MORE (1st Sunday): Zero Tasking Day, The End of Daylight Savings Time, International Day of Prayer for The Persecuted Church

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


Image: The Complete Tutankhamun: The King, the Tomb, the Royal Treasure (King Tut), by Nicholas Reeves (Author). Publisher: Thames and Hudson; First Paperback Edition edition (April 1, 1995)King Tut Tomb Discovery/King Tut Day
-- In 1922, one of the most important archaeological discoveries of modern times occurred at Luxor, Egypt. It was the tomb of Egypt's child-king, Tutankhamen, who became pharaoh at the age of nine and died, probably in the year 1352 BC when he was 19 years old. Perhaps the only ancient Egyptian royal tomb to have escaped plundering by grave robbers, it was discovered more than 3,000 years after Tutankhamen's death by English archaeologist Howard Carter, leader of an expedition financed by Lord Carnarvon. The priceless relics yielded by King Tut's tomb were placed in Egypt's National Museum at Cairo.

Read: The Complete Tutankhamun: The King, the Tomb, the Royal Treasure
-- Tells the story of the boy-king, and describes his burial, the quest for his tomb, the riches found there, and the legendary curse. Buried in the 14th century BCE, unearthed by Howard Carter in 1922, the treasures entombed with Tutankhamun are an invaluable window into a long-extinct belief system. They create an intricate picture of how people of the time viewed the perilous journey to paradise, a utopian Egypt only entered following your final judgment.

Image: Ebros Egyptian King Tutankhamun Pharaoh Sarcophagus Coffin With Mummy Figurine Set 4inches Long Egyptian Pharaoh Tombstone Historical SculptureKing Tutankhamun Sarcophagus -- Egyptian archaeologists found a rare intact mummy dating to pharaonic times when they opened a sealed limestone sarcophagus in the shadow of the world's oldest standing step pyramid at Saqqara. From that discovery, many other Sarcophagi were found as the world has a keen interest in these ancient civilization's wonders.

Funko POP King TUT -- From DC Heroes, King Tut, as a stylized POP vinyl from Funko! Comes in a window display box. Stylized collectable stands 3 ¾ inches tall, perfect for any DC Heroes fan!

King Tut's Golden Throne Jewelry Box -- This scaled replica of King Tutankhamen's golden throne looks very much like the original chair discovered by Howard Carter in 1922 - except a hidden treasure box is revealed when you lift the seat! Cast in quality designer resin and hand-painted in a rich Egyptian palette. This Design Toscano exclusive is just the right size for a shelf, a tabletop or as a mystical gift!

King Tut Coloring Books

Free Printables, Coloring Pages, Activities and Crafts:
King Tut's Tomb | The Mini Page
King Tut Word Search Puzzle | EgyptAbout.com
Craft: Make Your Own Ancient Egyptian Headband | EgyptAbout.com
Curse of King Tut ebook
How To Draw King Tut | ArtProjectsForKids.org
King Tut Paper Toy | SuperColoring.com
How to Make a Tutankhamun Mask | WikiHow.com
Free King Tut Teaching Resources
Make Hieroglyphic Alphabet Magnets | CraftsByAmanda.com
Make it: King Tut Mask with Cricut | SmallForBig.com - make this printable without a Cricut machine too!



National Candy Day
- A sweet way to celebrate all the different kinds of delicious candy eaten by people all over the world. There are hundreds of thousands of different types of candy, all with their own unique flavors, tastes, and histories.

Chicken Lady Day
- for honoring Dr. Marthenia Tina Dupree who was given this nickname because she worked for a major chicken fast food chain for many years of her life and many people in the community referred to her as the chicken lady.

Use Your Common Sense Day
- A day celebrating common sense in business and in life — on Will Rogers's birthday. Rogers said, Common sense ain't all that common. On this day don't ignore your common sense — use it. Do at least one thing your common sense tells you to do: stop smoking for a day, have a talk with your children, begin an exercise program, etc.

Cash Register Birthday 1880
- The first cash register was patented by James Birch and John Ritty of Dayton Ohio, on November 4th, 1880.

Will Rogers Day
- Festival celebrating the birth and life of the famed Oklahoma humorist with a variety of events and activities at the Will Rogers Birthplace Ranch at Oologah, and at the Will Rogers Memorial Museum in Claremore. Includes a birthday party (at ranch), parade in downtown Claremore and wreath-laying ceremony at the museum.





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