March Pinterest Pick 3 Linky


Welcome to the March edition of Pick 3! There have been so many great ideas shared in the previous Pick 3 linkys, and I know March will not disappoint! This is such a busy month with so many holidays and activities to celebrate! Leap Day, Read Across America, St. Patrick's Day, and Easter all in one month! We hope you find some new ideas and inspiration to get you through this crazy month! Here are my three favorites for March:
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I have a fun St. Paddy's Day planned for the kiddos- full of Leprechaun traps, St. Paddy's ELA Centers, and Lucky Charms Math. The kids would be so excited to get these Lucky Charms Magic Much packs left on their desks from the Leprechaun! Bakerella created these, and she has some pretty amazing treat ideas on her blog! Be sure to check her out if you haven't already- she was the first person I ever saw make a cake pop!  
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I'm still amazed by this one! You can leave little Leprechaun footprints in your classroom with a little paint or a stamp pad and your fist! Last year the kids were amazed by the little green footprints left all over the classroom. I was amazed to see how easy it was to create tiny footprints! I had been searching for a tiny foot stamp, and this was so easy (and fun) to do.
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We are beginning our plant unit in April, so these would be perfect (and hilarious!) to grow grass hair for each kiddo. How cute would these be growing in the window?

Be sure to check out and follow my Pinterest board! And don't forget to click on the other amazing bloggers who have joined us this month!
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Come Pin with Us! 
This linky is hosted on the third of each month. We would love for you to join us! 
1.  Save the Pick 3 images to your desktop.
2.  Create a blog post using these images to share you 3    
     Pinterest Picks for the month.
3.  Share a link to your full Pinterest page if you would like.
4.  Link up by clicking the "add your link" button below.
5.  Be sure to check out the other Pinterest finds that have 
     been shared and leave a comments on the ones you love!







13 comments

  1. I love these, Marissa! Those leprechaun footprints are too cute and that Lucky Charms snack looks fab. I love St. Patrick's Day!! :)

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  2. Your picks are so cute! I gasped with each one! I love the Magic Munch! So clever!
    Patty
    Second In Line

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  3. St. Patrick's feast day is not really something we celebrate big time at our school, but I love the ideas of Magic Munch and the leprechaun feet! Makes me wish I was teaching little ones!

    Shyra
    Junior High Core Values

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  4. The footprint idea is adorable! I can see little green footprints all over my room. The kids will have a blast!
    Debbie

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  5. Awwwww The footprints are so cute!

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  6. Love all your pins, especially the grass hair!

    Stephanie
    Forever in Fifth Grade

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  7. Love all your pins, especially the grass hair!

    Stephanie
    Forever in Fifth Grade

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  8. I did the leprechaun footprints last year. My kiddos were so excited! Love your pins!
    The Busy Busy Hive

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  9. Thank you again for hosting such a great link up each month! I love all your pins! I’ve done the grass hair and it is always such a hit! Thanks again!
    Triple the Love In Grade 1

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  10. The leprechaun footprint idea is BRILLIANT! My 7th graders are currently researching leprechauns and are bent on making a trap because they're convinced they exist. I can see me doing this with tempura paint on the cabinets around their traps and just feeding their imaginations. (I know, 7th graders, right?!) I can't wait to do this...lol! Thanks for the great idea!

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    1. That's so fun, Beth! They are still kids too, right!?! Thank you so much for joining us! I was wondering- did my comment on your post get through? I wasn't sure if I did something wrong, or if you needed to preview it first. Thank you! :)

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  11. Thanks for doing this link up. It was super fun! I love the growing grass hair idea! So fun!
    Crystal
    www.crystalclearteaching.com

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  12. I love those cute leprechaun footprints. They can be so much fun to use in the classroom---and fun to make too! Thanks for sharing!

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