March
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
What is today's temperature?
Take 6 readings, 1 every 2 hours.
Name 7 animals that live in your state. Do they live on land or water.
Add one cut out picture for each animal and write a sentence describing each habitat.
Name 4 ways that magnets are used in your house.
Make a list.
Dye eggs naturally! Boil one of the following items in water, beet juice, onion skins tea spinach.

Can you guess what colors these will make? Add a teaspoon of vinegar to the dye bath. Let eggs sit in the dye until they reach a color you like.


Turn in pieces of egg shell.
Collect 12 buttons and sort them into 3 groups.
-Identify the difference between groups and hand in.
Make parachutes using squares of lightweight cloth or paper. Tie each corner of the square with thin string. Gather the 4 loose sends of string and tie them to a small object like a paper clip. Throw it into the air. Does it matter whether it's paper or cloth?

Follow directions and hand in results.
Blow up a balloon and place it in your refrigerator. What happens to it?
Write an explanation.
Running Rainbows

Cut 2 long strips from an old white sheet. Staple different colored strips of materials to them. Hold them and run! Hand in results.

How many shades of green can you find?
Create a collage with as many as you can find.
Go on a skunk cabbage hunt.
Hand in results.

Create a poster for National Wildlife Week. Hang it on your refrigerator.
Either turn in poster or take a digital picture poster hanging on your refrigerator.
Read Tomie dePaolo's The Cloud Book. Lie on your back and watch the clouds go by.

Follow directions in box and write a brief book report.

Today is the Spring equinox. What does that mean?
Research and write an explanation.
"March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb." Does the weather this month act like this?
Write an explanation from your observations.
Go on a puddle hunt. Why are puddles called "nature's mirrors"?
Use complete sentences in your explanation.
Measure the ingredients for Peanut Butter Bread. (See below).
Hand in a piece of bread or share loaf with class.
Make Finger gelatin eggs. (See below).
Write an explanation of the process and tell how you liked the eggs.


Finger Gelatin Eggs Peanut Butter Bread
You will need:
  • 3 envelopes unflavored gelatin
  • 12 oz can frozen grape juice
  • 1 1/2 c water
  • eggs that have been blown out (dry shells overnight)

Thaw juice. Soften the gelatin in the juice. Boil the water and add gelatin/juice mix. Stir until dissolved. Fill eggs with finger gelatin mix. Allow gelatin to harden. Peel off shells.

You will need:
  • 2 c flour
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/1/3 c honey
  • 1 c peanut butter
  • 1 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • 1 c milk

Mix flour & baking powder together. Beat eggs, milk, & peanut butter together. Mix in mixture & stir. Pour into a pan and bake at 350◦ for 1 hour. Cool.