Below are a few ideas with links to crafts and recipes you can create with your children this March!
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3/2 National Read Across America Day – Falls on Dr. Seuss’ birthday. It is a campaign to help celebrate reading across America
3/6 Although unknown in origin, March 6th is National Oreo Day, do we really need a reason to celebrate Oreos? What is your favorite flavor?
3/14 National Pi Day is on March 14th! What do you know about Pi, not to be confused with Pie!
3/17 St. Patrick’s Day is held in observance of the death of St. Patrick the Patron saint of Ireland!
3/20 It’s National Ravioli Day! What is your favorite ravioli filling? Meat, lobster, cheese???
3/23 is There are dozens of dips to compliment your favorite chips and dozens of chips to compliment your favorite dip on National Chip and Dip day!
3/27 Ever wanted to change your name? Well on this silly National Joe Day, if you ever wanted to change your name, even if for 1 day, March 27th you can call yourself Joe!
3/28 National Manatee Day: Sea cows are considered large and graceful. These herbivores have been on the endangered species list since 1967
Here is an adorable book by John Lithgow called I’m a Manatee. Download a free copy of the book from this website
3/31 March 31st is National Crayon Day! Can you guess how many crayons Crayola makes a year?
Bring out the inner chef and artist in your child. Try your hand at these recipes and crafts with your children!
On March 2nd in honor of National Read Across America Day/Dr. Seuss’ birthday. Can you make Cat in The Hat birthday hash browns to go with your green eggs and ham?
In honor of National Oreo Day, can you help Mom and Dad make this No Bake Oreo Cake
Want to make your own Leprechaun? All you need is some paper, paint and a plastic fork!
Help Mom and Dad make this easy Baked Ravioli! You just need a few ingredients!
Here is an adorable book by John Lithgow called I’m a Manatee. Download a free copy of the book from this website. http://booksonline.website/book/1043243.I_m_a_Manatee.html
Have broken crayons and wondering what to do with them? How about these cookie cutter crayon crafts?
Please take pictures of your activities and share them with your classrooms! We would love to see what you create!!
This is a great website that details fun FREE things to do in New Jersey every month! Call ahead and make sure the activities are happening before you head out for your day!