Free /cheap in March. Various states

My family LOVES to travel.  My blog isn’t about “things to do” where we live- it’s about things to do anywhere!  We love to experience new things all of the time and so I try to find interesting things to do anywhere.  Any time I post these monthly ideas of free/cheap things to do- I try to find things in a variety of places… Some of them we’ve been to, and some of them we would LOVE to go to if the chance ever comes up- here’s some fun things for March California: Asian Art Museum– San Francisco – Free the first Sunday of each month as part of the Target First Free Sunday program. Georgia: Children’s Museum of Atlanta– Atlanta- Free the second Tuesday (March 14) as part of the Target Free admission program. Florida: Fort George Island Cultural State Park– Jacksonville- FREE ADMISSION. open 8am-Sundown. Texas: Houston Zoo-Houston-  Free First Tuesday afternoon (March 7) noon-5pm (zoo closes at 6pm)  You can get advance tickets up to a week in advance, or at the door the day of.  Runs September- May. Ohio: Columbus Zoo– Columbus:  Half price admission through March 17.  We traveled to this zoo last summer and it was FANTASTIC- I’ll finally be posting about it this month but trust me when I say- It’s worth every penny- your kids will love it! Michigan: Belle Isle Nature Center–  Detroit- Free admission with admission to Belle Isle State […]

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4rd grade Georgia O’keefe art

I recently posted my 1st grade Eric Carle art project- Here’s the 4th grade project I put together for another teacher in our school.  I got a great deal on canvases at Michaels this year (Under $1 each for the 8×10 which are normally $19.99 for a 10 pack). So.. we used those 8×10 canvases and coated them in a […]

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Eric Carle First Grade Art Project

(* some affiliate links included) Our little school in Michigan doesn’t have an art class.  Every spring I get funding through the PTA to put on an art program for the entire school.  I work with our awesome teachers coming up with ideas or helping them purchase supplies for their own ideas.  This year each teacher chose an artist to […]

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Crayon resist in first grade

This year I’m working with several grades in our local elementary school to provide art opportunities to the kids on a monthly basis.  It takes a lot of time, but my kids benefit as well as many other students in the school. When I was working with first grade to design their October project, I found a link on pinterest […]

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