Here are some themes for your March planning that include some fun themes and some holiday and special days! You'll find many to choose from for some March preschool themes for your classroom!
Preschool Fitness and Exercise is something we should all focus on throughout the year.
1 out of 5 preschool children are in an overweight range. Preschool fitness needs to be a priority in our classrooms.
Let's get them moving!
A grocer - although a term used less and less, can help describe the people who work in our grocery stores, markets and supermarkets.
You can also include many words and terms to the children such as cash registers, cashiers, store managers, shelves, freezers, deli, etc.
This theme page is filled with preschool activities and ideas for all areas of your classroom.
Preschool Nutrition is an important topic.
As early childhood educators, we have a great opportunity and responsibility to work with families to help preschoolers learn about nutrition and making healthy food choices.
It is my hope that we can help our children and families become more aware of healthy food choices that will help them to become healthy adults.
Ahhh, spring activities time! Finally!
For those of you who have, or still are, "surviving" the winter weather in your area...let's think SPRING!
This theme is endless in the possible activities and adventures for this season.This page is a Welcome to Spring theme page.You will find links on this page for other sub-themes for spring as well.
This page includes preschool lesson plans, activities and Interest Learning Center ideas for your Preschool Classroom!
March 30th is National Doctor Day in the U.S.!
A theme of Community Helpers Doctor focus can be presented separately or as part of an overall health theme that includes doctors, hospitals and dentist.
Use this theme in a way that best suits you and your students' needs.
Mardi Gras falls on a different day each year: it is always on a Tuesday, 47 days before Easter and therefore may fall between February and March (check your calendars!).
Mardi Gras is French for 'Fat Tuesday', reflecting the practice of the last night of eating richer, fatty foods before the ritual fasting of the Lenten season.
Keep in mind that the seasons may be different where you are so my suggestions may not work for you. Here are other ways to search for preschool themes for you!