1. St. Patrick's Day Math & Literacy Mega Pack

1. St. Patrick's Day Math & Literacy Mega Pack
1. St. Patrick's Day Math & Literacy Mega Pack
1. St. Patrick's Day Math & Literacy Mega Pack
1. St. Patrick's Day Math & Literacy Mega Pack
1. St. Patrick's Day Math & Literacy Mega Pack
1. St. Patrick's Day Math & Literacy Mega Pack
1. St. Patrick's Day Math & Literacy Mega Pack
1. St. Patrick's Day Math & Literacy Mega Pack
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This is a HUGE mega pack of activities, literacy and math centers, games, projects for St. Patrick’s Day! This packet was created with Common Core Standards in mind. Most of the packet is in b&w AND color copies. It has the following in it:
*How to catch a leprechaun writing piece using transitional word-first, next, then, last
*Gotcha! I caught a leprechaun and write about the 3 wishes, then draw them
*I’m lucky because...on a shamrock
*Describe a leprechaun using shamrock map
*March words for word wall
*Leprechaun on the Loose, write about what they did to your room and draw a picture
*WANTED poster for the leprechaun on the loose
*If I had a pot of gold….. on a pot of gold with lines
*If I were a leprechaun, I would hide my gold…. on a pot of gold with lines
*a rainbow mobile with hanging pictures of leprechaun, 4 leaf clover, horseshoe, pot of gold, flag and coin with cut out words to match pictures, blank circles for the children to create and design their own mobile
*a rainbow mobile with hanging pictures of leprechaun, 4 leaf clover, horseshoe, pot of gold, flag and coin without the words, blank circles for the children to create and design their own mobile
*St. Patrick’s Day medals that the children can cut out an wear that say things like, “go green, I see green people, Irish for a day, world’s tallest leprechaun”, there are blank ones that the children can design their own medal
*Dear Leprechaun… letter format- ideas you can use for this is the children can write a letter to the leprechaun writing about how they like to keep their room clean or what they learned about leprechauns and ask questions about them, there is a blank one also
*ABC order for St. Patrick’s Day words
* St. Patrick’s Day completing a pattern using cut outs
*Go Green Greater than Less Than page
*Go Green Graphing using St. Patrick’s Day icons
*Go Green Tally Marks using St. Patrick’s Day icons
*Ten Frame Shamrocks pages matching cut out numbers with the correct ten frame
*Pin the Hat on the Leprechaun and hats
*It’s Leprechaun Time! Telling time by matching the clock on a pot of gold to the correct time with the leprechaun
*St. Patrick’s Day watches with rainbows and 4 leaf clover so the students could write their own time on it
*St. Patrick’s Day Mini Word Book with key words and a line to write them on
*If I were a leprechaun…on a pot of gold with lines
*Blank pot of gold with lines
*How many words can you make from St. Patrick’s Day
*Matching gold coins to the correct pot of gold using nouns, verbs, adjectives, pronouns, singular and plural nouns, odd and even numbers
*Matching gold coins to the correct pot of gold using word familes: -uck, -ig, -ight,
-ing, -est, -ack
*Leprechaun Loot- counting coins and writing the correct amount using pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters
*Fact families with 13 and 14 (taken from my St. Patrick’s Day Fact Families packet)
*Addition number combo with 10 and 9 (taken from my St. Patrick’s Day Addition Number packet)
*St. Patrick’s Day Glyph and a bar graph for the students can use to survey the classes answers based on the glyph
*Clover Compound Words matching the two words that will make up the compound word
*Writing the compound words they found on the Clover Compound Word list
*Clover Story Map that can be used with any book
*St. Patrick’s Day Punctuation- students must decide what punctuation mark goes at the end of the sentence. The students put their answer in a shamrock.
*St. Patrick’s Day Color by Number-the children must solve the addition/subtraction sentence and use the answer to help them color the picture
*A letter from the leprechaun about messing up the classroom- I used backwards letters so the children will get a “kick” out of it, there is one from Lucky the Leprechaun and I made another one so you can put a different name if you want

Take a peek at my other fun products:

St. Patrick’s Craftivity-If I were a leprechaun/I’m lucky because

Ice Cream Themed Literacy Packet

Hot Chocolate Packet

Mother's Day/Father's Day Ice Cream Card w/Sprinkle Adjectives

My Sweet Memories Ice Cream Memory Book


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Total Pages
125 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
1 month
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