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March is here!

What can you during March? I made this list with ideas to make every day count!

M is for March and for…

Put March words in abc order

Use the March words to write a story. Draw and colour a picture to go with it.

Use the word March to make new words.

Can you say a word that rhymes with March?

St David is the saint patron of ..

It is celebrated on..

Plant some daffodils seeds

St Patrick is the saint patron of

It is celebrated on

How many colours are there in the rainbow?

Have you ever seen a leprechaun?

Draw and colour something green

Wear something green

Make a leprechaun’s hat. Decorate it using your favourite art supplies

Pretend you are a leprechaun who lost the pot of gold.

How many words can you make from the word leprechaun?

Dr Seuss

Read a book about Dr Seuss

Prepare green eggs and ham

Women’s History Month

Think about a woman who has made a difference in your life.

Write about how she has helped you

Dr Seuss Parts of a Book

Let's learn about the parts of a book with Dr Seuss!


This MEGA bundle of 22 literature packets PLUS 17 fairy tales packs can be used at school or home. 

Using the packs children can:

  • Identify characters, settings, and major events in a story.
  • What happened first, second, and third?
  • Draw and write worksheets about:
  • The story.
  • What happens before and after.
  • My favorite part of the story.
  • My favorite character.
  • 2, 3, 4, or 6 important events in the story.
  • Retell the story using the story prompt headbands or necklace.
  • Use a cootie Catcher game for comprehension.
  • Retell the story including key details.
  • Label the body parts:
  • Cut and paste.
  • Trace the words.
  • Print.
  • Tree, brace, and bubble thinking maps are included to help children link the parts of the story together.
  • Identify words or phrases in the story. Associate words and pictures.
  • Use illustrations and details in a story to describe its characters, setting or events.
  • Spot the differences in the pictures and write about them.
  • Story character word unscramble.
  • Cut and paste:
  • Put the sentences in order and illustrate them.
  • Write and illustrate: Who? Where? What? How?
  • Write about character traits.
  • KWL chart (What you know. What you want to know. What you have learned).
  • Describe the plot of the story.
  • Ask and answer questions about key details in a text.
  • Retell familiar stories, including key details using puppets, a necklace or a headband.
  • Describe the relationship between illustrations and the story in which they appear (e.g., what moment in a story an illustration depicts)
  • Engage in group reading activities with purpose and understanding
  • Picture cards for vocabulary recognition.

These are the packets included:
1-The Enormous Turnip
2-The Emperor's New Clothes
3-The Polar Bear
4-The Country Mouse and the Town Mouse
5-Chicken Little
6-A House for the Hermit Crab
7-The Polar Express
8-The Very Hungry Caterpillar
9-The Mitten
10-Stone Soup
11-The Shoemaker and the Elves
12-The Red Hen
13-A Christmas Carol
14-The Wizard of Oz
15-Charlotte's Web
16-James and the Giant Peach
17-Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
18-Alice in Wonderland
19-Bear Snores On
20-Were the  Wild Thing Are
22-Robin Hood

23-The Ugly Duckling
24-The Frog Prince
25-The Princess and the Pea
28-Snow White
29-The Beauty and the Beast
30-The 3 Bears
31-Hansel and Gretel
32-The Nutcracker
33-The Gingerbread Man
34-The 3 Pigs
35-The Little Mermaid
36-Peter Pan
37-The Sleeping Beauty

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