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Free MARCH Coloring Pages & Book for Download (Printable PDF)

Children can create beautiful crafts using markers, crayons, and colored pencils. After working on the worksheets, they can organize their drawings in a coloring book. 

Welcome to our collection of free MARCH coloring pages. Click the March pictures or illustrations you like and you’ll be taken to the PDF download and/or print page. Every March coloring page is a printable PDF and/or can be downloaded.

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Fun Facts About March for Kids

Hey smart kids! What’s your favorite month? Mine is June because I am celebrating my birthday. Today, I’ll talk about the fascinating facts about March. Let’s go!

  • The first day of spring is on March 20th.
  • March is the 3rd month of the calendar year.
  • In March, some people celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day, Women’s History Month, Lent and Saint Joseph in Italy and Catalonia, and Saint Josephine Bakhita in Switzerland. 
  • March also celebrates the arrival of spring. What do you do on these particular days?
  • Many countries celebrate the first day of March as New Year’s Day. 
  • People honor national holidays on different days in different countries.
  • In the United States, the date varies from year to year because it is based on a calendar system that the country divides into quarters. The first day of the quarter is typically the most common holiday.
  • The Russians introduced a new calendar called the Gregorian calendar in 1957. This new calendar made it so that every month started on a Sunday instead of a Monday.
  • March is celebrated as National Cattle Drovers’ Month in Ireland. 
  • Droving is the practice of moving livestock over long distances to market or new grazing areas. It is an age-old tradition that has been around for centuries. Have you ever seen cattle on a farm? 
  • But droving is now at risk because modern transport systems are replacing traditional droving techniques.
  • The Japanese celebrate March as the Dolls’ Festival or Hinamatsuri Day on the 3rd Saturday and Sunday in March.
  • Dolls’ Festival is a national holiday in Japan where people decorate their homes with paper lanterns and dolls. It has been celebrated for centuries.
  • The Festival means praying that daughters will grow up safely and live long healthy lives.
  • People worldwide have been celebrating March as a holiday since the Roman Empire. The word “march” comes from the Latin “Martius.” It means of or belonging to Mars, the Roman god of war.
  • The earliest proof of marches in honor of Mars goes back to 215 BCE. The Romans held a military parade on March 15th to celebrate the Carthaginians.
  • Many people have begun celebrating March as a month-long festival with events and activities for children and adults alike in our world today.
  • March is a great month to celebrate! Whether you’re an adult or a child, you can do so many things for this month’s festivities.
  • There are many ways to enjoy the March festival, from coloring competitions to food festivals.
  • March is a month of celebration, and it is also a time for family.
  • March starts on March 1st, and many holidays fall during that month. They can give you an excuse to show your loved ones how much they mean to you.
  • What gifts can you offer friends during March?
  • It was the month of March when the first-ever March for Kids took place in Washington D.C. 
  • A group of kids who wanted to raise awareness about the need for more funding for children’s health care organized the march. Have you ever participated in an awareness march?
  • The first march was a huge success. Nearly 2,000 people showed up to show their support, and 10,000 people watched it live on Facebook.