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Keeping Culture In Mind too! Units: Entry, 1-6, Exit (NZ winter, spring and start of summer)

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Learn about November in New Zealand:

November is the third and last month of our spring. It starts to get hot and you can get sunburnt. It still rains and the wind is often gusty.

There are no public holidays in November but we celebrate Guy Fawkes like the British with fireworks on November the fifth or the weekends before and after this date. There is also the Auckland Santa Parade at the end of the month and Scottish people in New Zealand celebrate their National Day on the 30th. You often hear Kiwis of Scottish descent playing their bagpipes this month!

Summer sports like tennis, cricket and water sports begin.

See this month's activities for more information or free lesson for some apps about New Zealand culture.

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