Kick off the unofficial start to spring with these exciting Preschool themes this March. We’ve gathered the best themes and activities to get your preschooler ready to learn.
MARCH THEMES FOR PRESCHOOL
Here are the top 10 themes for Preschool in March.
Make learning all sunshine and rainbows with this preschool rainbow theme for March! Your preschooler gets to learn with all the colors of the rainbow in activities that practice writing their name or sorting upper and lower case letters. Complete your lesson with a story about What Makes a Rainbow and dance along to a song about Awesome Rainbows.
Next, these weather-themed activities will have your preschooler signing and counting in the rain or working on their sight words with raindrops. Not only can your kiddo learn while using weather-themed activities. They’ll absolutely love Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs and learning a little sign language with the song Rain, Snow, Wind, Thunder Storms.
Big or small, colorful or neutral, bugs come in all different shapes and sizes. Have fun incorporating these cute bugs into your learning by making different shapes or matching colorful ladybugs with their words. Enjoy a wiggle break with the Very Hungry Caterpillar and pair the book to learn all about this colorful, hungry caterpillar.
Spring has officially sprung! Practice counting by adding leaves to their flower, or add and subtract your preschooler’s favorite barnyard animals to top off this great spring theme for preschool. Afterwards, wrap up your lesson by taking a moment to read all about Animals in the Spring, don’t forget to get your wiggles out because Spring is Here!
While no one wants to get stung by a honey bee, they’re great learning pals! Create a real-life experience with honey bee-themed play centers where your kids can learn about their life cycle, pollination, and much more. You also can incorporate the role honey bees play in getting all the flowers ready for spring while you listen to Here is the Beehive. And, of course, don’t forget to add a story to your day by reading I Am a Bee.
These creative color activities make a great preschool theme for March. Practice sorting colored crayons into their boxes labeled with the color name. You could also create your own colored ice cream cones and match them to the flashcard. Make sure to include a story time about The Crayons Book of Colors and sing the Rainbow Colors Song.
Now, get ready for your preschooler to have a bear-y good time learning with their furry friends. Watch your bear friends flip to and for and practice your pattern skills with a gymnastics activity or use markers to work on letter recognition. Make sure to add a silly story, Bear Snores On, to your lesson and sing along to The Bear Hunt Song.
Even if you can’t get out and about to visit your friends at the zoo, these Zoo-themed activities still let your preschooler play and learn with all their animal friends. Whether your kids are practicing parrot patterns or counting out bananas for hungry little monkeys. Sing along to the song, We’re Going to the Zoo, to get the kids ready for an animal-packed learning experience. Don’t forget to wind down the day with a story, The View at the Zoo.
Encourage counting how many little piggies fit in the barn when you use number worksheets or practice tracing piggy tails on these muddy little buddies. Make sure to include a story about Farmer Brown Goes Round and Round and for a classic nursery rhyme experience, The Farmer In The Dell to wrap up your lesson!
The frogs and the fish, and the birds, and the bees are coming out and about. What better way to enjoy their return than doing fun pond-themed activities for the preschool pond theme? Use lilypads for learning and counting and logs for building sight words! Of course, don’t forget to sing out loud with your kids to the classic, Five Green and Speckled Frogs or read all about what goes on Over and Under the Pond.