Read and Color Books
March themes

Read and Color Activity Books

             Introduction to March

National Noodle Month
             Plenty of Pasta

National Peanut Month
             The Yummiest Nut

Unique Names Day
             Sam Takes a Silly Walk (March 7)

Forgive Mom and Dad Day
             Tiffany Forgives Mommy (March 18)

Spring Fever Week
             A Funny Fever (March 20)

Bubble Blowers Day
             Stacy's Surprise Goes Pop! (March 23)

Make Up Your Own Holiday
             Scott's Special Day (March 26)

Mammals theme unit

             Emma's Eyes (Grades 3-4)

             Ten Fascinating Facts About Bats (Grades 4-5)

             Save the Giant Pandas (Grades 4-5)

             Porcupines (Grades 4-5)

             What Would a Koala Say? (Grades 4-5)

             Beavers (Grades 4-5)

             Baleen Whales (Grades 4-6)

             Whales (Grades 4-6)

             Toothed Whales (Grades 4-6)

             Worst Case Scenario Survival Guide: Bear Attack (Grades 4-5)

             Muskoxen (Grades 5-6)

             Mammals Glyph

             The Kangaroo Rat

             The Fantastic Flying Squirrel

             How's the Weather Up There?

             Coloring Book: Mammal babies coloring book

St. Patrick's Day
St. Patrick's Day theme unit

             Lucky Leprechauns (Grades 2-3)

             S Is For St. Patrick (Grades 3-5)

             Do You Believe in Leprechauns?

             Jason's Lucky Day

             St. Patrick's Day Mazes (3 easy mazes)

             St. Patrick's Day Glyph

Dr. Seuss
Dr. Seuss theme unit

             Dr. Seuss Glyph

             Meet Dr. Seuss (Grades 2-3)

             Oh, the Stories He Wrote! The Life of Dr. Seuss (Grades 4-6)

Women's History
Women's History theme unit

             Flying Free: The Story of Bessie Coleman

             Patches From the Past: Quilts

             Betsy Ross and the American Flag

             Sarah E. Goode: Inventor of the Hideaway Bed

             Lemonade Lucy: The Life of Lucy Ware Webb Hayes

             The First Lady of the World: Eleanor Roosevelt

             Libby Riddles: First Woman to Win the Iditarod

             Amelia Earhart

             A Rebel for Women's Rights: Abigail Scott Duniway

             Women Who Led the Way

             The Right to Vote

             Sergeant Molly

             Unsinkable Molly Brown

             From Jackie O. On: Interesting Information about America's First Ladies (Reading Level 6-7; Interest Level 7-12)

             Fascinating Firsts of Famous First Ladies (Reading Level 6-7; Interest Level 7-12)

Art theme unit

             Art Glyph

Pizza theme unit

             Paul the Pizza Eater

             Something is Fishy about this Pizza

             The Twelve Slices of Pizza

             Peace with Pizza (Grades 3-4)

             Pizza (Grades 5-8)

             Pizza Glyph

Rainbows theme unit

             Rain and Rainbows (minibook)

             Rainbows (Grades 5-6)

             Rainbows (Grades 5-6)

             Rainbow Glyph

             Stacy's Surprise Goes Pop!

             Wendy's Weather Secrets

Kites theme unit

             Introduction to March

             What is Spring?

             Let's Go Fly a Kite! (Grades 4-6)

             Kites Glyph

     ND is for North Dakota (Grade 4-6)
     WA is for Washington (Grade 4-6)

Earth Hour
Earth Hour theme unit

             Earth Hour Sleepover (Grades 2-3)

             Earth Hour Glyph

Mardi Gras
Mardi Gras theme unit

             The History of Mardi Gras

             Mardi Gras in New Orleans (Grades 5-8)

Iditarod Race
Iditarod Race theme unit

     AK is for Alaska (Grade 4-6)
     Dog Mushing (Grade 4-6)
     The Iditarod: The Last Great Race on Earth (Grade 4-6)
     Let's Go Riding: Snowmobile Fun! (Grade 5-8)
             Iditarod Glyph

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