St. Patrick’s Day Fun

Ok ok… I’ll admit it! I got a little carried away over this snowy weekend and am really invested in revamping the activities I’ve done in the past and making them into super useful resources to share with the world. So what if my eyes burn from staring at the screen!

I posted another version of the Spin and Solve with Lucky the Leprechaun. I love how engaging the spinners are (laminate and attach a paperclip as a spinner with a brass fastener). Change the spinner and it’s like a whole new game has been introduced. The children are happily chugging away practicing their math facts!

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I also posted a pack full of St.Patrick’s Day literacy and math fun! It includes story response, craftivity and writing activities, math activities, and a science exploration… you know…the super cool one with carnations in colored water! We haven’t done this yet this year, but it’s always a big hit with my students!

St. Patrick's Day fun. blog.printableprompts.com

 

and… it’s your LUCKY day! I also posted a St.Patrick’s Day freebie.

This one is geared towards younger learners, however my firsties still need practice reading and writing some of the color words.

Leprechaun Write the Room- Color Words. blog.printableprompts.com

 

Here’s another fun one I created when I taught third grade. It’s a fun area and perimeter activity.

Leprechaun house-area and perimeter project! blog.printableprompts.com

 

I know it’s a little early, but it’s ¬†never too soon to plan the fun stuff!

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