March Holiday Traditions

March Holiday Traditions

March is almost here and it’s time to start planning your holiday traditions! Here are some ideas for family traditions for March Holidays.

March 02 is Dr. Seuss’ birthday and Read Across America Day (March 03 for 2014)

*Celebrating Seuss
Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday with green eggs and ham, create a Foot Book,
and make Thidwick moose antlers from hand tracings!

Ideas for Celebrating Dr. Seuss' Birthday

*A Splendiferous Dr. Seuss Breakfast
Green eggs and ham, bread butterside up, and Moose Juice!
Splendiferous Dr Seuss Breakfast

*10 Easy Dr. Seuss Snacks
10 Easy Dr. Seuss Snacks

*FREE Dr. Seuss Fonts
These free Dr. Seuss fonts can be used for printables, invitations, birthday parties,
baby showers, school classrooms / preschool, and more!

Free Dr Seuss fonts

*Dr. Seuss Posts
Links to all of my Dr. Seuss posts.
Dr. Seuss Posts

St. Patrick’s Day is March 17!
Leprechauns, shamrocks, clover, green, rainbows, and pots of gold!

*St. Patrick’s Day: Leprechaun Trickery
All of my posts in the “leprechaun” category in one convenient place
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*Leprechaun Visit 2011
Leprechaun tricks, pranks, and mischief. He leaves green footprints,
turns the toilet water green, turns the milk green, and makes a huge mess!

2011-03-17 Leprechaun Trickery 00txtLeprechaun footprints and green toilet water

*Leprechaun Visit 2013
More leprechaun trickery including green footprints, and toilet papering the house!
Leprechaun footprints

*50+ FREE St. Patrick’s Day Printables
Free St Patricks Day Printables

*30+ April Fools Pranks to Play on Your Kids!
These April Fools pranks also work great as leprechaun,
Elf on the Shelf, and Thing 1 and Thing 2 mischief!

April Fools Pranks to play on your kids

Easter is usually in April (like this year, 2014) but sometimes it happens in March.
Click the label above to visit the “Easter” category for related posts.

Holiday Traditions for February



Posted on February 18, 2014, in Dr. Seuss, Holidays, Spring, St. Patrick's Day, Traditions and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. I think my kids will love having green soy milk for St Patrick’s Day!


  2. Love your list! Consider adding Pi day on March 14 🙂 3.14 is the approximate value of pi and there are tons of activities for kids all over the internet. I hope to post some activities for Pi day early in the week. It is never too early to get kids excited about math!


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