It’s time for a March roundup of some of my favorite resources!
I create these roundup post because I know that you are super busy, and it’s hard to find the time to search for new fun things to do when there are like 1000 other things you can be doing.
So here it goes, my top 10… in no particular order:
St. Patrick’s Day Preschool Activities
This is one of my favorite sets to use with younger kiddos. There’s lots of hands on practice, creating shamrocks with shapes, and even some beginning oral response prompts (you can script for them).
St. Patrick’s Day Writing Activities
These writing activities vary from narrative, to opinion, to procedural writing…. but my favorite is definitely the Shamrock Shape poem!
Greenprints for a Leprechaun House
This is a super fun way to practice area and perimeter or counting. I’ve added a printable component too.
St. Patrick’s Day Color By Number
Color by code resources are so easy to print and go. Whether you’re in person or preparing independent work packets for students, these can help students to practice identifying numbers, or practice addition!
Ok…. let’s be real, I LOVE holidays so I could go on forever with St. Patrick’s Day resources… let’s just say if you’re looking for more of those, you can check them all out here.
Rainy Day Activities-
This resource is perfect to pull out on a rainy day when you just need something fun to keep students engaged. It’s also a perfect resource to use for a guest teacher.
March Word Problem Practice:
These spiraled math review journals were always a lifesaver for me and my students. I’ve written more about them here, but this March one doesn’t disappoint with St. Patrick’s Day and spring themes.
Spring ABC Book
By the end of March, we are ALL ready to welcome spring! This ABC book is the perfect way to practice and review letter formation with your students as well as letter identification in their own ABC format. There are also basic sentences at the bottom of each page that students can practice early literacy skills with.
Fairy Tale Unit
Fairy Tales are a favorite for all year long, but I feel like they’re especially fun in the spring time. They are great for practicing all sorts of comprehension skills and are also great opportunities for some fun thematic classroom fun.
Make Way for Ducklings
As we move into the spring, I start to get excited about all things duckling and rabbit and more. This Make Way For Ducklings and Duck Writing bundle is great for thematic skill practice, which is my favorite since it’s engaging, authentic, and it helps students to practice all of the important things you’ve taught them through the year so far!
Henry and Mudge in Puddle Trouble
I know they say April showers… but this Henry and Mudge in Puddle Trouble resource is a perfect book to read in groups with students, and this printable and digital companion can really make building comprehension effortless.
I hope this list helps to save you some time and inspire some fun for you and your students this March!