A lesson a day for the entire school year! Each 60-page book offers a different non-fiction story for each day of the month, which was chosen because of its particular significance on that date. These high-interest low-vocabulary stories are followed by hands-on activities designed to improve overall reading comprehension while focusing on specific skills. Best of all, you will never run out of usable activities again! High-interest format.
Give young writers plenty of practice with Daily Journal Writing Prompts. These valuable resources include ready-to-use journal starters, along with special holiday topics for each month. Word banks are provided to help introduce seasonal vocabulary, and topical prompts give students plenty of writing practice throughout the month.
Capture students' interest while targeting key skills with hundreds of curriculum-based ideas and activities. This series is a must-have for every month and every classroom! Includes online BONUS materials!
This collection of classroom decorations, stationery, and calendar decorations will get your students ready to celebrate and learn in March. The product includes signs, rewards, coupons, calendar headers, and more! So, download, print, and decorate! Print these great decorations for your classroom this March and motivate your students!
Brighten your March calendar with colorful clovers and kids! These calendar numbers fit standard calendars and will liven up any classroom. Print your very own clover-themed calendar numbers for March.
From famous birthdays and holidays to International Women's Day - you'll find everything you need to keep learning fresh and interesting in March! Sure to become your favorite go-to resource, this March Monthly Idea Book will supplement any curriculum. Brimming with adorable patterns, creative ideas, motivational awards, bookmarks, crafts, bulletin-board suggestions, and so much more! A great way to celebrate every special day in March!
This resource is ideal for establishing learning centers in your classroom. It provides all the directions and patterns necessary to set up 10 learning centers for March. These activities keep children actively involved in independent learning. These engaging March learning centers help children work independently, think more critically, and solve problems.
This Super-Size Teacher Guide features 18 units of activities that explore diversity and cover a wide range of ethnic and racial groups. Themed units use any newspaper to explore Women's History, Black History, Hispanic History, Native American History, Irish History, Jewish History and Asian American History. This Super-Size Teacher Guide can support classoom activities from Hispanic Heritage Month in September through Native American Month in November through Black History Month in February through Women's History and Irish History in March through Jewish History in April through Asian-Pacific Heritage Month in May. No single package can give you a bigger return!
This 32 page book contains 16 pages of full color activity cards (4 per page for a total of 64 activities) involving a wide variety of skills and monthly activities. Plus 16 pages of teacher ideas, activity sheets and art patterns.
This spring unit provides three activities for the month of March, including a word search about March winds and April showers, a cut-and-paste about March holidays, and a form to write a verse about kites. (Find additional spring units by keying in 'Spring Activities.')
Includes an overview of special days that could be celebrated in March, a calendar form, and directions on how to create pocket books.
March is sometimes a windy month and sometimes a calm month (lion vs. lamb). Students can write every day by using the writing prompts on the three reproducible pages in this unit: an illustrated page for March (with directions to mark each day with either a lion or a lamb), 25 quickwrite topics, and twenty story starters and titles.
March is the month of celebrating women in history. In this writing activity, students are asked to list some of the contributions that women have made and are making today. An additional prompt suggests that students write a paragraph comparing contributions.
One page for each month of March, April, and May for parents and child to complete together. Includes activities in math, language arts, thinking skills, and other areas.
Capture students' interest while targeting key skills with hundreds of curriculum-based ideas and activities. This series is a must-have for every month and every classroom! This book includes bonus online extras! Once you purchase and receive the book, register it online at themailbox.com. You'll get immediate access to exclusive online materials that you can quickly and easily print.
By Sharon Roop, Kristen Watson, and Kelly Caldwell. Ten theme-based units suggest creative activities based on the theory of multiple intelligences. The monthly themes kick off the school year with "my favorites" (favorite books, people, colors, etc.), then move on to apples and pumpkins, harvest, stories about runaways, hot soup (for January), authors, weather (for March), ecology, and careers, closing out the year with a June unit on friendship. Units offer key questions, a framework addressing each of eight learning styles, a one-week sample lesson plan, lists of related children's literature, and reproducible handouts to ease implementation.