Are you ready for another round of homeschool printables that are totally free? I’m so excited to share these new March homeschool printables with you. These worksheets and activity pages are perfect for celebrating all kinds of awesome holidays with your kids this March.
You can use my free March printables to add learning fun to your celebrations for Dr. Seuss Day, Pi Day, Women’s History Month, and St. Patrick’s Day. Plus, they’re totally FREE so it’s a perfect solution for homeschooling on a budget.
Don’t forget to sign up for my free printables this March. Then, you can use them with my custom interest-led unit studies and your family’s holiday celebrations for engaging lessons and holiday fun this Spring.
Homeschooling doesn’t have to be expensive
There are all kinds of amazing homeschool resources and curricula out there for you to explore. You’ll soon discover that some of them are really expensive! Along the way, I realized that I could use my time and talents to make some of our own resources. Now, they match my child’s interests and keep our costs low.
For example, Emily really wanted to learn with Jack and Annie from The Magic Treehouse books. I created the Passport to Adventures curriculum incorporating science, history, art, geography, and more to do just that.
After we got our feet wet with The Magic Treehouse, we started exploring outer space, learned about anatomy, spent a year at Hogwarts, traveled the National Parks, and more with curricula created just for Emily. I’ve made our custom interest-led curricula and unit studies available for other homeschooling families to use too.
Now I’m taking it one step further with free printables for every month of the year. These new printables are totally free! It’s my way of helping to make homeschooling affordable and accessible for everyone. I’ve fallen in love with homeschooling and I’d love for you to join us.
FREE Homeschool Printables For March
I’m offering free printables via emails every month. These printables will arrive in your email inbox with ready-made, fun, and easy activities you can print and use with your homeschoolers for free!
Want to see what’s included? Check out my free curated printables and activities you can use in your homeschool this March:
Celebrate Dr. Seuss Day
March 2nd is Dr. Seuss Day. It’s a super fun holiday to celebrate with your homeschoolers this year. You can use this fun holiday to get whimsical and enjoy classics like The Lorax, Green Eggs and Ham, The Cat in the Hat, and more. Plus, practice important concepts like rhyming and phonics. Check out the printables for this fun holiday available this March:
- Dr. Seuss Color by Rhyming Words Bundle
- Dr. Seuss Connect the Dots Bundle
Are you looking for even more Dr. Seuss related resources for your homeschool this March? Check out my Who Was Dr. Seuss Unit Study for an exciting way to learn about the man behind the rhymes with your homeschoolers this Dr. Seuss Day. It’s a great way to deep dive into the holiday with older learners too.
Happy Pi Day Printables
Wanna celebrate Pi Day with your homeschoolers this year? Plan to share your favorite pie for dessert and use these Pi Day activities for even more learning fun:
- Pi Day Fun Facts
- Measuring Circles for Pi
- Pi Day Word Search Puzzle
- Pie Baking Time Worksheet
- Pi Day Circumference Worksheet
- Happy Pi Day Coloring Page
- Color by Code Pi Day Printable
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day
Grab a little extra luck with these no-prep printables for celebrating and discovering the magic behind St. Patrick’s Day with your homeschoolers this March. These worksheets and printables are perfect for practicing early literacy and numeracy skills with your homeschoolers. Plus, they’re a lot of fun too!
- St. Patrick’s Day Color by Number
- St. Patrick’s Day Word Scramble
- Crossword Puzzle for St. Patrick’s Day
- Tangram Mats for St. Patrick’s Day
- St. Patrick’s Day Trivia
- St. Patrick’s Day Cut and Paste Activity
- Shamrock Maze Printable
- Pot of Gold Maze Printable
- Unscramble St. Patrick’s Day Words
Edwin Binney Unit Study
March 31st is Crayon Day. Looking for a fun way to celebrate and explore art with your homeschoolers? Celebrate Crayon Day with a colorful picture book like The Day the Crayons Quit and this free unit study all about Edwin Binney. Binney invented Crayola Crayons. Actually, he invented lots of things but crayons were his favorite. In this unit study, you can learn all about Edwin Binney and his favorite invention just in time for Crayon Day.
If you live near one of their locations, you might even consider taking a field trip to Crayola Experience to celebrate Crayon Day and learn more about Edwin Binney with your homeschoolers this March.
If you love to celebrate the holidays then be sure to check out my Holiday Fun Around the World curriculum for exciting lessons from 30 different holidays, festivals, and celebrations all over the world. You’ll get to explore different cultures and celebrations all over the world throughout the calendar year!
More Creative Resources For Your Homeschool
March is Women’s History Month and I’ve got tons of fun ways to celebrate and educate in your homeschool. During Women’s History Month we celebrate the contributions of women to our United States history.
Women’s History Month is an important way to honor women like Susan B. Anthony and Rosa Parks. I’ve put together several awesome unit studies you can use to study important historical figures for Women’s History Month too. Check out some of our favorites:
Mary Anning was an English fossil collector, dealer, and palaeontologist who became known around the world for finds she made in Jurassic marine fossil beds in the cliffs along the English Channel at Lyme Regis in the county of Dorset in Southwest England.
Eugenie Clark, popularly known as The Shark Lady, was an American ichthyologist known for both her research on shark behavior and her study of fish in the order Tetraodontiformes. Clark was a pioneer in the field of scuba diving for research purposes.
Mae Carol Jemison is an American engineer, physician, and former NASA astronaut. She became the first black woman to travel into space when she served as a mission specialist aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour.
When American soldiers entered World War I, Moina Belle Michael, a schoolteacher from Georgia, knew she had to act. Some of the soldiers were her students and friends. Almost single-handedly, Moina worked to establish the red poppy as the symbol to honor and remember soldiers.
Bessie Coleman was an early American civil aviator. She was the first African-American woman and first Native American to hold a pilot license. She earned her license from the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale on June 15, 1921, and was the first Black person to earn an international pilot’s license.
What are your favorite free printable resources from the Waldock Way? Share your favorites in the comment section. I can’t wait to read about which of these free printables your homeschoolers are most excited about this March!