I am sooo excited that it is SPRING! There are so many March-themed activities that you can use to make your classroom FUN and engaging for your students, add some sunshine to your staff or even make your life easier come conference time! I'm rounding up all my favorite things to do in March!
March Classroom Ideas
There are tons of great resources and activities you can pull from to make March an exciting time in the classroom. I've loved doing March-themed writing activities, incorporating books to work on reading comprehension, and of course, we can't forget about St. Patrick's Day activities. My students have loved doing this craft in the past as well. If you want to grab any of the ideas for March, you can READ MORE HERE.
March Classroom Management
Classroom management is my thing, y'all. I absolutely love coming up with management tools and games that help make your life easier AND get your students to instantly buy in! Bingo is an all-time favorite and March is a great time to switch it up with St. Patrick's Day, Spring-themed bingo, or the newest Basketball-themed bingo (included in the Basketball Themed Room Transformation Kit!) You can't go wrong with any of these games and your students will LOVE it!
If you've been around here for a while, then you know that I love using meaningful activities relating to each monthly book I choose. There are some really great books that I have used in March that my students LOVE, but also allow us to dig deep into comprehension skills!
One of my FAV books to read during March is Fiona’s Lace by Patricia Polacco. This book is AH-MAZING! It is the sweetest story about working hard, moving to America, and how family is the MOST important thing. You can head over to this post to learn about all the amazing activities you can use with this book!
Books for Women's History Month
March is also Women's History Month so I put together a list of my top 10 read alouds for the month. Check them out here!
Women in History Digital Research Project
The Women in History Digital Research Project not only allows students to learn all about influential women in history for Women's History Month but also encourages students to highlight all the hard work they've put in this year!
What I love most about this project (& I think you will too) is that it is completely linked up and ready to assign, meaning there is very minimal prep for you! Just what we need in the final stretch before spring break! You can read more about how to use it in your classroom here.
St. Patrick's Day Activities
Give your students an insight into the history of St. Patrick’s Day in a fun way for them! This digital and printable resource is perfect for stations, morning work, or something to switch things up on the 17th!
March Activity Bundle
Many of the activities mentioned above are bundled together in the March Classroom Activity Bundle! Create instant student engagement with these four resources to keep your students engaged and focused the entire month.
March Classroom Activity Bundle
This Bundle Includes:
⭐️ Women in History Digital Research Project
⭐️ St. Patrick's Day Bingo
⭐️ Digital and Printable St. Patrick's Day Activities
⭐️ Basketball Theme Room Transformation Kit
If you are looking for a way to spread a little sunshine to the staff at your school for St. Patrick's Day, you will love this “We Are So Lucky to Have You” staff sunshine idea! Everyone deserves to feel appreciated all the time! I love helping build staff morale and just plain making their day with a special treat!! I've included two snack ideas and the sign freebie over at this post!
If you have conferences coming up soon, you'll definitely want to go check out this post! I talk all about the power of student-led conferences and how important they are in promoting student leadership and independence! If you've never tried student-led conferences, this year is the year to do it, especially when I’ve done all the hard work for you and created these simple and effective printable forms and pages to help you AND your students prepare for conferences!
I hope you enjoyed this roundup of fun and exciting activities and ideas you can incorporate into your classroom this month! Happy March y'all!
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