On the top right, we have the If You Give a Moose a Muffin table. Each student got two mini muffins and, of course, listened to the story. The next table was If You Give a Mouse a Cookie and cookies for all. The banana and strawberries on a stick represented The Cat In The Hat. And lastly, a personal favorite from my childhood, Chicka Chicka Boom Boom represented by the tree. The bottom two food crafts were not originally my ideas. I found them online!
This is a close up of one table with the napkins, napkin holder, picnic plates, and though you cannot see it, a giant ant also sat on each table!
As I said, this is how we celebrated at the end of the month. We did other smaller activities each day of the month. It was so much fun! What do you do to celebrate March Is Reading Month with your kids?