32 THINGS TO DO IN MARCH
Happy March, everybody! You know how everyone always complains that winter passes so slowly and it takes spring forever to get here? Ya, I’m wondering what happened to that because even with an extra day, it has seemed to fly by. And here we are in March already!
Every month I can pretty much find a list of things I want to do; projects or ideas, but I also could make a list of fun stuff I want to do…just for fun. I decided that I needed to just get on it and publish a list and cause a little ripple of excitement, because in my humble opinion, there should always be something fun on the calendar to look forward to.
So here you go, your list of look-forward-to’s in March:
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Fun things to do in March for kids and mamas
- Plan a maple sugaring unit study
- Or go to your local nature center and watch a sugaring demonstration
- Study the saying “in like a lion, out like a lamb” and figure out where it originated
- Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday on March 2nd
- Go outside and enjoy nature. Favorite guides and spring topics:
- Study St. Patrick
- Make a traditional Irish feast on March 17th
- Read books about Ireland
- Buy a shamrock to put on your table
- Serve Lucky Charms for breakfast on St. Patrick’s Day
- Make shamrock shakes
- Celebrate Easter!
- Plant grass in baskets
- Host an Easter egg hunt in your yard
- Study Russia and talk about their Faberge eggs
- Gather goodies for kids’ Easter baskets
- Celebrate Pi Day on March 13th
- bake a pie
- Read books about Albert Einstein
- Study Purim on March 23rd
- Read about Esther
- Make traditional Purim treats
- Make a terrarium and bring some green indoors
- Shop for spring clothes for yourself and your kids
- Take care of you…book a massage or pedicure to slough off the winter
- Watch House of Cards new season
- Read Little Women
- Make soy candles (I’m about to make a second batch!)
- Work on one thing you’ve been meaning to…like getting up earlier or going to bed earlier
- Make a general summer plan…make hotel reservations for family weddings or graduations, sketch out trips or camps for the kids
More posts like this you might like:
- 100 Creative Ways to Study Nature in Wintertime
- Nature Kids Course: Winter Edition–hands on nature study for your homeschool
- Winter Schooling: Gathering the Goods
- Winter Nature Study Idea: Maple Sugaring
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So many great ideas, Alicia!
I'm longing for a bit of green and
you've sprinkled your list with a lot
of green goodness ~ thank you!