March 2013 Holidays

March 2, 1904–Dr. Seuss’s Birthday–Check out this link for great craft ideas. Visit Seussville for games, books, and more. Visit  Mrs. Jones’ Dr. SeussRoom for a Dr. Seuss Unit Study.

Here’s a blog post with fun pictures and quotes concerning Dr. Seuss.

A Dr. Seuss twist on Expats and Transitions.

March 8–Women’s Day in Russia–you may wish to try some of these recipes!

March 10, 2013 Spring ahead–Daylight Saving Time (United States) Daylight Savings Time Around the World–click here for info

March 11Australian Labor Day

March 11–Australian  Commonwealth Day (fly the flag)–DLTK’s crafts and recipes for kids;This is also Canadian Commonwealth Day.

March 17–Saint Patrick’s Daycrafts and activities from familyfun

St. Patrick’s Day Trivia

“Note: One of the most popular legends attributed to Patrick is that he used the shamrock as a visual aid to teach the principle of the Trinity. This story cannot be verified. However, from his writings it is evident the doctrine of the Trinity was central in his teaching.”  — from the following website

yellow flowersMarch 20–First Day of Spring –Crafts for kids from Kaboose

March 20/21Nowruz–an Iranian/Persian holiday celebrated in many countries such as: Iran, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, Tajikistan; originally Nowruz was a Zoroastrian holiday. Nowruz crafts for Kids.  Nowruz unit Study. Origins, traditions, and recipes for Nowruz.

March 23, 2012–  movie October Baby was released.

Fun Easter and Spring craft ideas from

March 24, 2013–Palm Sunday. Palm Sunday crafts and activities. Palm Sunday children’s sermons, devotions, activities, and music:

Passover begins March 26, 2013–Jewish Passover Activities

March 29, 2013–Good Friday (or Holy Friday).

Easter is March 31, 2013–Easter Activities

Make Resurrection Cookies. Make Resurrection Eggs to tell the Real Easter Story.


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