As the winter days begin to fade, we know that March can bring an anticipation for spring that’s palpable in the classroom. That’s why we’re here to support you with easy-to-print teaching tools that save you planning time and help you direct your students’ excitement for sunny weather toward engaging learning opportunities.

    Grades PreK-K

    Show young students in grades PreK-K the beginning signs of spring with a mini-book that discusses seasonal changes. This March packet also features a send-home March activity calendar, ideas to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, sing-along-songs, and more ways to help kids build essential literacy and math skills. Get the March PreK-K Printable Packet here.

    Grades 1-2

    Engage students in grades 1-2 with projects to celebrate the accomplishments of women throughout history in honor of Women’s History Month. You’ll also find thematic math problems, writing prompts, and more resources to complement your curriculum and keep kids learning! Download the March Grades 1-2 Printable Packet to get started.

    Grades 3-4

    The grades 3-4 pack features resources to give your students the buzz on bees and fascinating bugs, activities for Women’s History Month, ideas to celebrate Read Across America Day in the classroom, and more. You can use these materials to effectively supplement your March math, science, or ELA lessons. Check out the March Grades 3-4 Printable Packet here to begin!

    With more than 30 pages of curated activities for thematic teaching, each of these ready-to-go resources are a constructive way to reinforce whole-class lessons, small-group teaching, independent work, and family engagement throughout March.

    Scholastic Teachables makes it easier for you to engage students with fun and enriching activities and saves you time when you need it most. These packs are available for individual purchase through the links above, or are free to subscribers of Scholastic Teachables. Log in or subscribe today to have all the thematic teaching tools you need to keep your students engaged in learning all year long.