Here's my lineup of green and lucky literacy ideas to try this month:
- Like a Windy Day by Frank Asch
- Everything Spring (Picture the Seasons) by Jill Esbaum
- The Luckiest St. Patrick's Day Ever by Teddy Slater
- In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb by Marion Dane Bauer
- Create a green scene: Make a leprechaun habitat out of grass and twigs, Lego, or whatever you like. Grab (or make) some characters and act out a story.
- Do a limerick scavenger hunt to talk about a favorite style of poetry, follow clues and have some festive fun.
- Make a lucky banner or any other kind of banner!
- Literally read across America this week. Challenge your family to find something to read about each state!
- Try one of the activities from Seussville.
I'm a big believer in teaching my boys to make their own luck in life. Hence, the Make Your Own Luck book! Here's a free printable if you want to make your very own luck book. :)
What are your favorite ways to sow the seeds of literacy in March?
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