Products in this Bundle (6)
showing 1-5 of 6 products
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day and get your kindergarten or first grade students excited about leprechauns, shamrocks and more with this bundle full of literacy, math, and science activities. The hands on fun is great for centers, classwork, morning work and more!
Engage your kindergarten and first grade writers this March with 7 St.Patrick's Day writing activities. From generic story response, narrative writing, procedural writing, a shape poem, and some personal writing, this resource has tons for your writing centers or writing lessons.
*Story Response pages to use with any leprechaun story (favorite part, summary, opinion, and all about the character)
*Narrative Writing- 2 narrative prompts and book writing template *How to catch a leprechaun -Procedural writing mini booklet with a make a list brainstorming planner.
*Breaking News!- Write a news article type response to tell all about what trouble the leprechaun made in your classroom.
*I am So Lucky- This craftivity includes a make a list template along with shamrocks to use for a headband, mobile, or collage activity.
*Worth More Than Gold- Make a list template along with a writing and drawing version of the writing page.
*Shamrock Shape Poem- Students make a list of St.Patrick's Day words (either general list, or a list by part of speech) then they write around the template to make a concrete poem about St.Patrick's Day which is shaped like a shamrock!
This St.Patrick's Day math center is a spin and solve game, perfect for differentiated fact and fact family practice.Use differentiated leprechaun spinners with a variety of recording sheets to play the same game at different levels and to practice different skills. Use this resource as a math center, partner game, or independent practice!
Includes 4 Leprechaun spinners (multiples of 10 to 50, and numbers through 10). Spinners are differentiated for learners practicing adding within 10, within 20, and multiples of 10.
Includes recording pages for:
Adding 2 addends
Adding 3 addends
Addition and subtraction fact family
Multiplication and division fact families.
Additionally Print and Go versions are available for students to use a pencil and paperclip to spin on their own pages.
K-1- Design A Leprechaun House- Counting Project
Your kindergarten and first graders will feel extra lucky this St. Patrick's Day as they design the greenprint for a leprechaun house. Plan, draw the outline of rooms,and choose from one of three grid sizes to draw the outline of each room. Count the number of "squares" or "boxes" that makes up each room! This is like a basic counting application of area for young learners! With fun literacy extensions, your students will keep learning with this St. Patrick's Day Math project!
*3 grid sizes for greenprints
*sample on each grid size
*4 point checklist
*Draw and write about leprechaun life
*Make a real estate ad
*Letter to a leprechaun
This resource is also included in my Leprechaun House Bundle with the Area and Perimeter version of this activity!
Leprechaun House- Area and Perimeter Version
Practice are and perimeter by Designing a Leprechaun house with a "greenprint" for St.Patrick's Day. Students use this creative and seasonally relevant assignment to
practice area and perimeter as well as literacy connections! With a modeled sample, lesson materials, and a scoring rubric, this math activity is all you'll need!
Students design a house on "graph" paper and must determine the area and perimeter of each room.
*2 samples/models(one simple & one advanced) for the area & perimeter activity & recording sheet (These samples can also be used with blank recording sheets for students to practice calculating before they begin working!)
*3 "box" sizes on "greenprint" page for differentiation
*3 ideas for extension activities (materials enclosed)
-Use a partner's paper to solve for area and perimeter
-A letter to a leprechaun
- Draw and write about inside a room in the leprechaun house
*Note that the literacy extensions in both versions of the resource are the same, however the 2 versions have different line sizes for response for some of the literacy extensions.
Engage your students in science and observation exploration during these magical rainbow themed experiments which are great for springtime, a weather unit, or St. Patrick's Day! Students will watch carnations turn colors as well as create a fizzy baking soda and vinegar rainbow colored cups, all while learning about the basic colors of the rainbow.
* Please note that this resource includes recording sheets, journals, and instructions, but the activities do require quite a bit of prep and some materials!*
Includes supporting materials for:
Experiment 1: Colorful Carnations- Students place carnations in colored water and watch as the days pass as they make observations about how the flowers are changing! You'll need cups/ vases, carnations, food color.
-observation journal cover, prediction, observation, and lesson learned pages are included so you can print your own class science observations or students can have their own individual ones.
Experiment 2: Magic Fizzy Colors- You take cups with baking soda (you hide the food coloring under a layer) and then students use a pipette to squeeze vinegar on. The magic happens! Not only does it fizz like crazy, but the colors appear. Students can either make observations of all 6 rainbow colors, or they can make observations of the primary colors, and then problem solve to create cups that produce the secondary colors (maybe using what they know about the rainbow). You'll need food coloring, condiment cups (I use the disposable plastic ones) and baking soda and vinegar. You'll also need pipettes (at least one per group).
-Includes half page size recording booklet for either version of the experiment with a few different question pages you can also add in.
Rainbow Pages- Color and label, label, or color secondary colors and label the rainbow pictures (all three versions are included).