St. Patrick’s Day Fun
This collection of St. Patrick’s Day math and literacy activities is sure to bring a wee bit o’ fun to your classroom this March.
St. Patrick’s Day Measuring Length Cards
Practice measuring length using these printable St. Patrick’s Day measuring cards with fun pictures of leprechauns, shamrocks, rainbows, and more. Place the cards around the room or add them to a math center tub. Students choose a card and measure the length of the line.
Print a set of shamrock rulers for students to use as non-standard measures. You could also set out some cute St. Patrick’s Day erasers, gold coins, or Unifix cubes for students to use as measuring tools.
I offer several different recording sheets. This one works great with the included printable shamrock ruler or Unifix Cubes. Students color in the boxes to show the length of each line.
There are also recording sheets that do not have specific units. This way students can measure and record with a variety of measuring tools.
St. Patrick’s Day Sight Word Bingo Game
Practice sight words with this St. Patrick’s Day bingo game. The board features cute lucky leprechauns. The word list is editable, so you can create any word list your like. It comes pre-filled with sight words, but you can use CVC words, blends, or any words you like. Simply enter the words on the list, and they will appear on the game boards.
St. Patrick’s Day Write the Room
This St. Patrick’s Day Write the Room activity set features an editable word list. Each card has a fun St. Patrick’s day picture and room for a word to practice reading and writing.
Enter your words, print the cards, and place them around the room. Your students will have fun searching for the St. Patrick’s Day cards and writing the words they find.
St. Patrick’s Day Number Clip Cards
Practice counting to 20 with these St. Patrick’s Day themed number clip cards. There are 4 different sets of cards with 20 cards in each set.
- Counting pictures
- Using ten frames
- Number words
- Sequencing numbers
Student use clothespins or clips to mark the answers. If they are laminated, you can also use a dry erase marker for a write and wipe activity.
Leprechaun ABC Build and Trace Cards
Practice forming letters of the alphabet with these cute St. Patrick’s Day Build and Trace Cards. Includes both uppercase and lowercase letters.
Laminate and trace with a dry erase marker. You can also provide students with mini erasers or other small manipulatives to cover and build each letter.
The cards are half-sheet size, so they work great for young learners who are building fine motor skills.
St. Patrick’s Day Number Cards 1-20
These St. Patrick’s Day Number Cards are a great tool to use with your small groups or in centers. They can be used in so many different ways.
Each number 1-20 is represented in 5 different formats. There are digits, ten frames, tall marks, number words, and pictures.
Students can group all of the same number together. You can also differentiate, and only use 2 formats such as digits and ten frames.
Students can sequence the cards in number order. Or maybe even reverse order?
Choose a card and tell what comes next or before. Add ten more. Choose 2 cards and find the sum. These St. Patrick’s day number cards have so many possibilities!