10 March Activities for Catholic Families Printable

This month’s Activities for Catholic Families printable wasn’t quite as easy as some other months have been.  I made an attempt to omit anything Lenten while making this activity printable, and let me tell you – that makes up a whole lot of possible March activities.

Now, you may say, “Why would you omit all of the Lenten activities?”  Well, it’s because very shortly, I’ll be sharing a printable that is just for activities for Lent!  Watch for it later this week!

As in previous months, many of the activities on the printable will also be wonderful for non-Catholic Christians to do with their families as well.

But, for now, here are the activities that appear on the 10 March Activities for Catholic Families Printable:

1. Make Cards for the Fathers in Your Life.  St. Joseph was a wonderful husband and father, and his feast day is March 19th.

2. Find a coloring or activity page about a March saint, such as this St. Katharine Drexel coloring page (March 3rd).

3. Find a three leaf clover and talk about the Holy Trinity.

4. Go to a book store story time or just take time to enjoy a fun time at the book store.  St. John of God, the patron saint of booksellers, has his feast day on March 8th.

5. Learn about the saints and feast days in March by using a free printable word search about the saints who have feast days in March.

6. Plan a visit from a “leprechaun.”

7. Go on a nature walk and look for signs of Spring.  (First day of Spring is March 20th.)

8. Make nun and priest peg dolls with your kids.

9. Plan a backyard garden. This is a perfect time to plan a summer garden or start cooler weather crops. Even a small garden can help children feel close to God through his Creation.

10.  Make your favorite angel craft or maybe even a tasty treat like angel shaped cookies (with white frosting, of course, for the solemnity) to celebrate the Annunciation of the Lord (March 25th).

Activities for Catholic Families in March

 

Download the 10 Activities for Catholic Families in March Printable*

If you’re looking for past month’s printables, you can find an index page with links to each of the printables here.

*If you are having clarity issues with the printable, please right click on the image and choose “Save Link As” and download the document to your computer. Then, open it from your computer, rather than through your web browser’s PDF plugin, which can sometimes cause some blurriness or other issues.  Another solution can be to download the printable in a different web browser than you usually use.

Look through all of the free printables here at Many Little Blessings (including First Communion, Baptism, and Confirmation invitations/announcements)

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Comments

  1. Julie says

    The 10 March Activities for Catholic Families is wonderful!! Thanks for the great resource! I teach kindergarten in a Catholic school and will be attaching this list to my newsletter next week.
    This is the first time I’ve seen a list like this in such a eye-catching and user friendly format. Do you make a list for each month? If so, where can I find those?

    • says

      Thank you so much for the heads up, Lisa! I clicked on it, and I hadn’t even noticed. I’m so glad that you brought it to my attention. I don’t know how that happened. I fixed it and I think that it should download the 2014 version now.

  2. Michelle Foster says

    You are such a blessing to us!! What a great gift you give us to help us be “Catholic” in our homes and families!! LOVE THIS!!! I am a Coordinator of Religious Education for our 320 family program…you can bet I will be sharing these every month with my parents!! It’s just what I have been looking for!! Thank you for sharing this gift.
    Your servant,
    Michelle

    • says

      What a wonderfully kind thing for you to say! I’m very humbled, and just happy to know that these make it into so many homes.

      Tonight, there will be a new one showing up on the site for Lent and Holy Week. So, you might want to watch for it as well. :)