March has become one of my favorite months. Despite the unpredictable weather, I love when daylight saving time kicks in and the days get longer. Not to mention that my favorite person in the world was born on St. Patrick’s Day (AKA- hubby).
Here are my favorites for the month of March.
Isn’t that beautiful? Tulips are my favorite flower, but check out those vases! I have some old mason jars sitting in the garage that are just calling my name right now. A little bit of puffy paint and some spray paint will do the trick. This might be a fun project for our next March snow day. 😉 Click on the picture for directions.
These bookmarks might just find their way into the hands of my third graders this month. I especially love the rainbow ribbon. Look out local paint supply stores. Thrifty teacher on the loose!
This little craft looks simple enough for early finishers. A basket full of pipe cleaners and some picture directions for students to read and follow will be on my classroom counter very soon. It will be a fun surprise for my kiddos. As an added bonus, this fine motor activity will strengthen those muscles for cursive writing!
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