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March Right Into These Must-Have Resources!

The third month of the year offers many opportunities to teach beyond the basics. Delve into Women's History Month, Pi Day, World Water Day, the Iditarod, and much more!

National Grammar Day

Celebrated today, March 4, National Grammar Day is the day lovers of the English language honor good grammar usage! Launch your own tributes to grammar by highlighting the value of punctuation, commas, sentences, capitalization, and more!

See links to Comma Confusion, Quill & more »

International Women’s Day

International Woman's Day -- a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women -- is part of Women's History Month. Inspire students with histories of famous women and spotlight the topic of gender parity.

Start with SheHeroes & HerStories »

Professional Learning in March

Our OK2Ask series of FREE virtual workshops continues every Tuesday at 7pm ET. Learn and explore formative assessment, infographics, digital storytelling, and more! Plus don't miss our recent posts on tips for how to sneak bite-sized professional learning into your day as well as creating learning through gameplay!

5 Free Sites for Creating Games

Come read about free tools to create games and puzzles! The five resources we've shared include options for beginners through experts. All are free and offer a variety of different learning opportunities and gaming.

Create learning games here »

Join us Tuesdays in March!

We have two interesting virtual workshop sessions this month. Join us this Tuesday, 3/6 at 7pm ET, for an Introduction to Digital Storytelling! Then plan ahead for next Tuesday's topic (3/13) which spotlights Formative Assessment with Infographics.

Come learn with us »

March Happenings In & Out of the Classroom

See our additional March-tastic resources for World Water Day (and how you can participate), the Iditarod, Single Parents Day, and St. Patrick's Day!

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Coming soon: March 21

Single Parents Day

Being a parent is hard work and single parents often take on double the load! On Single Parents Day (March 21), share helpful tips and tools for single parents with students and their families.

Find parenting resources here »

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Travel to Alaska

Learn About the Iditarod

Check out this simple curated list of resources related to the Alaskan Iditarod. Learn about the dogs, the race, and more! Use these sites to "virtually transport" your students to the Iditarod and enjoy tech integration and lesson ideas with each review.

Travel to the Iditarod »

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Are you up for the challenge?

World Water Day

The EarthEcho Water Challenge kicks off on March 22. Get your class involved in this international program that runs through December! Learn ways to protect your local water sources and explore free lesson plans.

Learn how to get involved »

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Luck o' the Irish

St. Patrick's Day

May the luck of the Irish be with you. This curated collection highlights the history and celebration of St. Patrick's Day. Our list includes interactives, historical information, crafts, printables, vocabulary, and more. Find lesson ideas in the reviews.

Find luck with these sites »

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Which or Witch?

Weekly Poll

Which of the following word misusage is the most common with your students? Is it "to, two, and too" or "your and you're," or "their, there, and they're?" Take a moment to vote on our weekly poll and view the responses of others.

Share your answer »

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