March themes...

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  1. TamiJ

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    Just curious, but what are all of you doing in your classrooms for March (theme wise)?
     
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    I know it's not original, but most classrooms I've been in and observed (and the one I'm currently student teaching in) is planning on doing a St.Patrick's day theme. I think it's just easy as there are many decorations and its a fun theme too
     
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    I am doing Fairy Tales, Dr. Seuss, some St. Patricks Day and at the end of March I will do Frogs. In the past I have done wind and weather. (lions and lambs)
     
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    Dr. Seuss (March 2 is Read Across America Day)
    St. Patrick's Day
    Ocean
     
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    wow, thanks all!
     
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    Cowboys (coincides with Houston Rodeo)
    Texas (also Texas Public School Week)
    Spring Break - no theme ;)
    Spring
     
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    We're finishing up our Celebration of Nations theme this month, with Dr. Seuss/reading kinda mixed in there. When we come back from Spring Break we'll start our "When I Grow Up" (occupations) theme.
     
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    Our community is bringing back many of the traditional activities that were once part of a week-long St. Patrick's Day celebration. There will be a Miss Shamrock pageant, a talent contest, a 5K run/walk, and a parade - among other activities! 5th graders at our school paint Irish-themed pictures, sayings, and greetings on glass windows in local businesses. We have a musical program at our school, an Irish Lad and Lassie (5th graders), and a best-dressed-Irish contest, too. Everyone tries to wear green all week, and we research facts and info about Ireland and the holiday itself. :D
     
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    Just took a peek at this and it's nice!
    Is there also a Men's History Month? I would definitely have each student choose a woman AND a man and do a poster or short paper.
     
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