MARCH JONQUIL Cut, Color, Paste, Play — A willowday monthly Coloring series, just for you, friends! I’m positively captivated by children’s imaginations, exploration and learning and you are, too. I can hardly wait to get this month’s Jonquil coloring pages into your hands today!
History of Birth Flowers
It is thought that birth month flowers originated in Roman times, when birthday celebrations first began.
Most months have 2 birth flowers. March has both the Daffodil and Jonquil. If you are familiar with the language of flowers Jonquils and Daffodils represent new beginnings, hope, joy, and good luck. Jonquil, Daffodils,and Narcissus are commonly confused for one another, but all of them center on luck. I’ve recently learned In Wales, it’s said that if you spot the first daffodil bloom of the season, you’ll have 12 months of luck.
Much like birthstones, birth flowers signify the month someone is born and are said to predict something about their personality. If you are born in March, your personality is known for being extremely creativite, and are kind to everyone you meet. You’re all about living a life of peace and happiness. What’s not to like about that?
Birth Flower Coloring Page MARCH | HERE
If you don’t already have the 1. January Snowdrop or 2. February Violet’s Printables, start with March’s Jonquil printables and work backward.
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As an artist, mother, teacher the willowday printables are kid-tested and kid-approved and I hope you will enjoy perusing my site for more. Today’s printable couldn’t come at a better time becuase we are having a snow day. My own jonquil are hidden under a foot and a half of snow and when I talk to friends, they are looking for ways to entertain their kids. I hope these March Printables can be enjoyed creatively time and time again! If you use these, we love to see what you do Please tag @willowdaygram on Instagram or @willowday in Facebook to share!
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I hope you and your kids enjoy this series.