27 Ways to Celebrate March
March, like February, is full of reasons to celebrate. It’s National Women’s History Month. Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, is celebrated on March 17th. The first day of spring is on March 21st. Many kids have a week off school for spring break. I have found you plenty of things to help you celebrate.
- Celebrate National Women’s History Month by learning about famous women in history.
- Start teaching time with this fun clock.
- Get scientific with a Flower Experiment for Kids.
- This is too cool not to try… Rain Painting!
- Try a craft with this Tissue Paper Flower Art Activity.
- Watch the wind blow with these daffodil pinwheels.
- March 31st Crayola crayon day, Draw a butterfly with our How to Draw a Butterfly video, and use your Crayola crayons to make it beautiful!
- Learn How to Build a Leprechaun Trap and finally catch one.
- Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Fingerprint Rainbow Pot of Gold.
- What kid doesn’t like wands? Try this Shamrock Wand Craft for St. Patrick’s Day.
- Celebrate brain awareness week March 14-20 with these brainy crafts.
- Welcome the birds back this spring by decorating these Bird Feeder
- Encourage the kids to play with mud with this Mud Paint Recipe!
- Take the kids out to enjoy early spring with an early spring scavenger hunt!
- Have a blast with these Paper Airplanes!
- What do Leonardo, Rafael, and Michelangelo have in common? … they all have spring birthdays (Donatello’s birthday is unknown) This spring break take the family to an Art Museum in celebration of the spring Birthdays of Leonardo, Rafael, Michelangelo and even Da Vinci.
- When was the last time you made a Homemade Kite?
- Calm with the Very Hungry Caterpillar and do this Craft.
- Make some adorable Ladybugs from Egg Cartons
- Recycle your toilet paper roll to make these butterflies!
- Have some fun see how far things can go with this Elastic-band Launcher.
- Get the family drawing with our How to Draw a Birdhouse video!
- Don’t let the kids spend a rainy day inside have some fun with these Get Up & Move Dice!
- Save your plastic bottles for a fun game of Plastic Bottle Number Bowling!
- You have to move quickly for this to work but it is a fun experiment to try: Make Homemade Bouncing Balls.
- Go to a zoo or farm to see the baby animals.
- Get lots more activities with my Rainy Day Survival guide.
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