Things to Do: March

Get outside and enjoy spring with nature-focused activities, lots of free units, free books, notebooking pages and printables, and great finds!

  1. Identify bird songs.
  2. Climb Mt. Rushmore (March 3).
  3. Read more! Here are 10 ideas.
  4. Find your way around a map (March 5).
  5. Try scheduling in blocks.
  6. Study the periodic table of elements (March 6).
  7. As you think ahead to next year, avoid serving up a generic education.
  8. Take a trip to Antarctica (March 7).
  9. Avoid burnout (6 tips).
  10. Dissect the telephone (March 10).
  11. Incorporate living books — here’s why.
  12. Visit the state of Maine (March 15).
  13. Encourage your children to engage in a lifelong reading habit.
  14. Learn more about James Madison (March 16).
  15. Thinking about next year? Here are 5 tips for making your curriculum choices easier.
  16. Explore the world of satellites (March 17).
  17. Choose one of these 7 things to do this spring.
  18. Travel the Great Lakes with La Salle (March 19).
  19. Understand the equinox (March 20).
  20. Build a birdhouse!
  21. Listen to and learn from the music of Bach (March 21).
  22. Enjoy windy activities that go with the Christina G. Rossetti poem, “Who Has Seen the Wind.”
  23. Or a cloud study with “The Cloud” by Shelley.
  24. Discover the music of Fanny Crosby (March 24).
  25. Train your students to think using these 7 steps to scientific research (with resources).
  26. Visit the state of West Virginia (March 26).
  27. Explore an oil well (March 29).
  28. Practice writing skills with storytelling prompts and describing activities {free form}.
  29. Visit the Eiffel Tower (March 31).
  30. Download these free eBooks {and go-alongs!}:
  31. Find 10 ways to use notebooking!
  32. Make use of these great finds:

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