About this blog Subscribe to this blog
« Prev: Become a Teacher Advisor for Scholastic News Online March Live Webcast & Live Chat: Next»

Top 5 Teaching Resources for March

March is my favorite month -- it's full of such interesting contradictions. This year, March started with a winter storm that blanketed New York City with six inches of snow. However, by month's end, a blanket of white cherry blossoms will cover the grounds of the Brooklyn Botanical Garden.

It's no surprise to me that the top five teaching resources for March reflect this study of contrasts:

  1. Iditarod - Race Across Alaska Student Activity
  2. Dr. Seuss Author Study
  3. Women's History Month Lessons and Activities
  4. Spring Favorites
  5. Eric Carle Author Study -- It's the 40th anniversary of The Very Hungry Caterpillar.

Enjoy this video of Eric Carle describing how he created The Very Hungry Caterpillar.


Comments are closed. Please see Classroom Solutions, our new blog for the 2009-2010 school year. And stay tuned for Teaching Matters with Angela Bunyi and Beth Newingham.

Recent Posts


Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in What's New @ Scholastic.com are strictly those of the author and do not reflect the opinions or endorsement of Scholastic, Inc.