K-12, Teaching Tools

Celebrate Women, Pi, and St. Patrick!

Quick recap: Tomorrow (March 8th) is International Women’s Day. Pi Day is on March 14th (3.14) and St. Patrick’s Day is on March 17th. This is that funky time of year when many schools have week-long breaks, so you may not even be in class during some or all of these momentous events. But that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate them on a different day. We all know it’s helpful to add a little novelty to class to keep students engaged, and holidays offer unique activities to help you with that.

Just in case you’ve missed it, I’ve got a March Holidays collection here, which includes International Women’s Day. It also has links to my separate Pi Day and St. Patrick’s Day collections. You can also get some free resources at this link shared by Julie Finnerty Molthen on the Teachers Using Jamboards Facebook group, specifically the “Would You Rather: Green Edition.” I just added a currently free logic puzzle from Learning Hypothesis to the St. Patrick’s Day collection, as well as a math puzzle from Games4Gains.

And don’t forget to check out Donna Lasher’s Holiday page, as she is always adding new puzzles and links.

Are you on break this week? If so, I hope it’s marvelous and that you get to do a hard reset! If not, don’t worry, you’re going to make it!

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