Spring is in the air, and St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner! When I think of March, I always think of warmer weather and those pesky Leprechauns—trying to find some fun ideas for March bulletin boards to sparkle your students’ eyes. You’re in the right place!
When I go to decorate the room, I try to incorporate activities and decor that involve the students. I wouldn’t say I like to put up displays that take away from their hard work and unique personalities. The activities and ideas below add value to each student and allow their traits to shine. Look at the fantastic ideas for March bulletin boards, and have fun covering the room in color this spring!
Try a St. Patrick’s Day-themed Bulletin!
It’s important to include students in the decor of the classroom. Adding their smiling faces and hard work makes them feel important and adds to the classroom culture. This St. Patrick’s Day Bulletin Board is a fun way to get the kids involved and decorate for March!
Students color and craft their cute leprechauns. Then, they add their faces and pin them up on the board! The printable words with the kit are “One Lucky Teacher” to show kids how amazing they are!
Add in Some 90s Fun During March
If you are a sucker for 90s-themed decor and classroom tools, this Retro 90s St. Patrick’s Day Bulletin Board Kit is for you! Show your class that they SHAM-ROCK with this simple and colorful display. Let the kids decorate their shamrock or decorate the pieces without student customization.
The download comes with the borders, lettering, and everything else you need to complete the display. It’s easy to print out, cut, and put up!
Get Ready for Spring Weather
As winter comes to a close and spring makes its way in, try displaying a fun Spring Bulletin Board. This little ladybug bulletin kit lets you invite the warmer weather into the classroom. It’s amazing how the atmosphere in a room can change with some bright colors and spring images.
The fantastic thing about this craft is that students can add their faces to the ladybugs. This is yet another way to boost classroom community with students. They will enjoy seeing their faces on the wall and proudly show off their crafts when guests enter the room.
Add March Writing to the Wall
A Simple St. Patrick’s Day Writing Craft is a great way to decorate the walls! Writing and crafting pieces are always an excellent way to spice things up. These leprechauns are incredibly versatile. Use them with various writing prompts to work on handwriting and creative thinking.
The kids will love making their leprechaun and then completing a St. Patrick’s Day writing prompt of your choice. Use the blank templates or the provided prompts to start the writing process. Kids can write about ways they feel lucky or detail what they see in the spring.
Display a Pot of Gold Craft Your Kids Make
March and St. Patrick’s Day calls for a FREE Pot of Gold Craft! The kids get to write ways they feel lucky on the gold coins and color their pot of gold. Once students have reported how they feel lucky, let them share with their peers.
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More March Resources You Will Love
These aren’t ideas for March bulletin boards, but they are great resources to have during the spring! Try using the St. Patrick’s Day Google Slides to welcome kids to the room each day and display your daily routines. Use them for morning meetings or to transition from task to task.
March Newsletters are another great tool to have! Send them home to keep families in the loop and display them on your bulletin boards for the class to see. They are great reminders for field trips, class events, essential notes, birthdays, and more!
I know you and your students will love these activities. I hope the ideas for March bulletin boards give your students a sense of purpose and make your life easier when switching things up decor-wise.
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