Going along with our new theme this month of celebrating holidays in new and different ways, I will do my best to give you information that I hope you will find interesting, fun, and helpful.
Here is a basic list of March holidays as identified this week on Tuesday Afternoon Tea.
March 10 – 2:00 am begins daylight savings time (spring ahead)
March 15 – Ides of March
March 17 – St. Patrick’s Day
March 20 – First day of spring
March 26 – First day of Passover
March 29 – Good Friday
March 31 – Easter Sunday
Now, here’s the new twist. Add the March birthdays to this list. Then make sure every child has a copy of all the special dates as a guide for the month.
When it comes to celebrating birthdays, I am sure you have your own special way. Now, in case you do not already know them, here are a few facts about March that you might like to add to help spark the creative spirit of your students.
- Birthstone – Aquamarine
- Birth Flower – Jonquil (Daffodil)
- Zodiac Sign – Pisces (2/19 – 3/20) Aries (3/21 -4/19)
March on… March to the beat of your own drum… March, march, march!