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March Art Activities for Upper Elementary

Encourage your students to explore their creative side this spring with these fun, low-prep March art activities. Calling all upper elementary teachers, homeschoolers, and parents! Are you looking for engaging art projects to keep your kids entertained this March? Look no further 🙂

These high-interest art printables also provide a brain break and an escape from screens. The resources pictured below are carefully designed to ensure that your students can relax, doodle, and enjoy interacting with their classmates.

Art is a fun and creative way for kids to express themselves, but it also offers many benefits for their physical and emotional development, from improving fine motor skills to fostering concentration and focus. Choose from a variety of spring-themed March art activities for upper elementary, including St. Patrick’s Day ☘️ Easter 🐣 and Mother’s Day 🌸

Check out these March coloring pages and art activities today and watch your students’ creativity blossom! (Mother’s Day is celebrated in February, March, May, August and October in countries around the world)

St. Patrick’s Day Yarn-Wrapped Shamrocks

This St. Patrick’s Day Craft is a creative, hands-on fun March Craftivity. The shamrock doodle art activity involves a variety of creative challenges for hands and imaginations: gluing, careful cutting, yarn wrapping, and coloring abstract shapes and patterns.

shamrock template and yarns craft project

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Andrea says,
“I love this resource. It was an easy St. Patrick’s Day activity. Low prep, high output.”

St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Cell Phone

Spark imaginations with this fun fold-out cell phone St. Patrick’s Day art activity. Construct a fold-out booklet-style ‘cell phone’. Respond to prompts on the front cover with mini doodles and create fun leprechaun selfies and complete a word search inside.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Jody says,
“My 6th/7th grade special education students LOVED this! I thought the 7th graders were going to be bored because they all have their own real phones, but they were excited to make them! Thank you!”

St. Patrick’s Day Coloring Pages, Posters and Banners

These fun St. Patrick’s Day coloring pages, posters, and banners are perfect for your March bulletin board. Use the colored posters and banners for instant classroom decorations or have fun coloring and creating your own – an easy last-minute lesson, ready to print and go!

FREE Easter Egg Template

Click on the file below to download and print this Free Easter Egg template 🥚

free printable easter egg coloring template

Easter and Spring Abstract Coloring Pages

These abstract art Easter coloring pages encourage students to experiment with color, shape, line, and pattern. Create an inspiring collaborative classroom display for your March or April bulletin board with these imaginative spring art activities.

March Art Activities for Upper Elementary

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Kristi says,
“My kids loved these and I liked how they incorporate famous artists that my students have studied.”

Easter Bunny Coloring Pages

Celebrate spring with these fun Easter rabbit coloring pages. Students will love taking a creative brain break with this abstract spring art activity. Experiment with watercolor paints and make a fabulous Spring or Easter classroom display. A fun way to learn about warm and cool colors this spring.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Annette says,
“Simple to use and made for a great looking display. Also fitted in with our current work on hot and cold colours.”

Abstract Easter Egg Art Activity

This colorful abstract Easter Egg Art Activity makes a fun and creative brain break for your students. These print-and-go spring coloring pages are perfect for March and April bulletin board displays. Explore color, line, pattern, and shape, and aim for the egg silhouette to stand out from the background when the artwork is complete. Students can experiment with light and dark colors, warm and cool colors.

Fun Spring Coloring Pages – Splash into Spring! 💦

These fun spring coloring pages will help you splash into spring! The finished coloring pages are the perfect way to decorate your spring bulletin board or classroom door this March and April.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Alison says,
“These pages went perfectly with our door decorations for spring. Students loved coloring a pair of rain boots and an umbrella to display as we transition into the spring season.”

Mother’s Day Keepsake Gift Box Craft Activity

Your students will love this Mother’s Day craft. They get to construct an adorable keepsake gift box and create handmade mini surprises to put inside! This is a low-prep and fun Mother’s Day craft activity where students can relax and be creative and take home a unique gift for their special person to treasure.

Mother’s Day in the UK is celebrated in March, with many other countries including the US, celebrating in May.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Jan says,
“My fourth graders loved this craft for Mother’s day occasion. They were super engaged and was able to personalized each of their gift box and we added hershey’s kisses on them for an add in to give for the people they consider mom. I would definitely do this again with my students this upcoming school year.”

All About My Mom Mother’s Day Cell Phone Card

Are you looking for a unique Mother’s Day Art activity? Invite students to create a personal keepsake ‘All About My Mom Cell Phone’ Mother’s Day card for mom or your special person to treasure

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Leslie says,
“Love, love, love! My students had to interview their dads to answer some of the questions. They loved doing this. I invited the dads to the school one morning for doughnuts and interviews. It was fun! My students made body scrub for a gift to go along with the card. Thank you.”

Download this FREE March Banner Activity

St. Patrick’s Day is a great opportunity to explore culture, history and get creative. Make learning fun with this FREE March bulletin board banner activity. Encourage your students to research facts about St. Patrick’s Day and Ireland to create a collaborative banner long enough to go around your entire classroom!

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Happy coloring!
If you try any of these March art activities, I would love to see your students’ artwork – tag me on Instagram!

See you soon,

Diane 🙂

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