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March Activities for Kids – Free Monthly Play Calendar

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Welcome to another free monthly play calendar! Today's calendar is full of March Activities for Kids! Affiliate links are used in this post.

March Play Calendar - 31 Days of March Activities for Kids - Click, Print and Play!

Our handy play calendars are full of themed ideas for each month. Since we're headed into March, this month we have Dr. Seuss Activities for Reach Across America Day to start. You'll also find St. Patrick's Day Ideas as well as Easter activities and Spring themes.

The activities are all listed for you on a clickable calendar or in list format. I've also added a few books and toys at the bottom to add to the fun!

March Play Calendar - 31 Days of Kids Activities with March Themes- Lorax, Seuss' Birthday, St. Patrick's Day and Easter.

Click Here to Open the March Play Calendar!

Since the calendar links right to the full tutorials and step by step guides for each day, feel free to bookmark this post to make it easy to plan your daily play!

March Activities for Kids

If you prefer a text list of the March activities for kids, you can scroll down right here to read through them all.

  1. 3 Dr. Seuss Crafts Inspired by The Lorax from Lalymom
  2. Easy Horton Hears a Who Mask from Mamas Like Me
  3. Rainbow Bead Bracelets from Sugar Aunts
  4. Gold Coin Treasure Hunt from Still Playing School
  5. Stained Glass Rainbow Collage from Where Imagination Grows
  6. Rainbow Fine Motor Play from Sugar Aunts
  7. Rainbow Shaving Cream Gold Coin Dig from House of Burke
  8. Rainbow Names Color Sorting from Mamas Like Me
  9. Grow a Crystal Rainbow Science Experiment from Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails
  10. Easy Memory Matching Game with Gold Coins from Crayon Box Chronicles
  11. Painting Rainbows with Combs from House of Burke
  12. Pot of Gold Inspired Fine Motor Sensory Play from And Next Comes L
  13. Shamrock Foam Dough from Crayon Box Chronicles
  14. Leprechaun Handprint Art from Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails
  15. Scrunchy Shamrock Art from Fireflies & Mudpies
  16. St. Patrick’s Day Math Tray from And Next Comes L
  17. Shamrock Rainbow Necklaces from Mamas Like Me
  18. Rainbow Name Puzzles from Still Playing School
  19. Easter Egg Sensory Bottles from House of Burke
  20. Easter Bunnie Cuties Small World & Oral Motor Game from Sugar Aunts
  21. Confetti Eggs from Still Playing School
  22. Easter Silhouette Portraits from Fireflies & Mudpies
  23. Easter Egg Rice Art from Where Imagination Grows
  24. Marbleized Easter Eggs from Where Imagination Grows
  25. Chevron Prewriting Easter Egg Craft from Still Playing School
  26. Raspberry Foam Dough Bunnies from Crayon Box Chronicles
  27. 8 Ways to Play with Wobbly Easter Eggs from And Next Comes L
  28. Peeps Puppets from Lalymom
  29. Rainbow Rockets Science from Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails
  30. Rainbow Suncatchers from Fireflies & Mudpies
  31. Bow Tie Pasta Butterfly Craft from Where Imagination Grows

Need More? Get More Seuss, St. Pat's and Easter Fun Below!

Read Across America Day coincides with Dr. Seuss' Birthday. Check out these fun ideas to get into the fun!


Fun Finds for St. Pat's Day

St. Pat's Day Finds

Get into the St. Patrick's Day Spirit with these books and toys:

Happy St. Patrick's Day Curious George

Leprechaun Rubber Ducky Set

Leprechaun LEGO Mini-Figure

The Story of the Leprechaun

There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Clover

The Luckiest St. Patrick's Day Ever!

Easter Fun

Plan your funnest Easter EVER!


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March Play Calendar- 31 Days of Themed Crafts and Activities for Kids, featuring Seuss activities, St. Patrick's Day Ideas, Easter Fun and More


Which March activities for kids are you prepping first? I love those bowtie pasta butterflies and the little pom pom bun-buns!


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