ST PATRICK’S DAY: GRAMMAR PRACTICE BUNDLE Save $3 *SEE PREVIEW TO SEE ALL WORKSHEETS*
**1. St. Patrick’s Day: Synonyms Jumble Adjectives Verbs Sentences
**2. St. Patrick's Day: Homonyms Mystery Nouns & Verbs and Grammar Libs
**3. St. Patrick's Day Fun: Rhymes Synonyms Antonyms Nouns and Verbs
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1. St. Patrick’s Day Fun: Synonyms Jumble Adjectives Verbs Sentences
-4 Printables with ANSWER KEYS.
-Synonym word jumble-TRICK-in this activity, students are given one verb. They will unscramble five synonyms for this verb. Then, they will match each verb to the best sentence.
-Synonym Word Jumble-FLY
-St Patrick’s Day Sentences-Expand and Switch-In this activity, students will read a simple Valentine sentence. They will expand the sentence with adjectives. Then they will switch the sentence around and add more adjectives.
The leprechaun buried the gold.
a. The crafty leprechaun buried the gold.
b. The shiny gold was buried by the crafty leprechaun.
Includes 2 practice problems and 4 independent problems (2 sentences each.)
2. St. Patrick’s Day Fun: Rhymes Synonyms Antonyms Nouns and Verbs
*5 different PRINTABLES with ANSWER KEYS for students to practice rhymes, synonyms, antonyms, nouns and verbs. It includes the following vocabulary: bagpipe, clover, green, jig, gold, rainbow, lucky, limerick, shamrock, potato, harp, magic, blessing, leprechaun, clan, tiny, legend, mischief, glimmer, dull, lass, lad, quick, saint, celebrate… I hope you and your students enjoy them! PDF files and Word Files.
3. St. Patrick’s Day Fun: Homonyms Mystery Nouns & Verbs Grammar Libs Scramble
*7 different PRINTABLES with ANSWER KEYS for students to practice homonyms, verbs, nouns, and adjectives.
*2 Grammar Libs
* 1 Homonyms activity
* 1 Mystery Noun
*1 Mystery Verb
* 1 Word Scramble
* 1 Grammar Write-write a noun, verb and adjective for each letter of St. Patrick’s Day
INFO ON MYSTERY NOUNS AND VERBS: Students will unscramble St. Patrick’s Day Mystery Verbs and nouns and match them to clues. Clues include synonyms, antonyms, fill-in-the blank, and definitions. The following vocabulary is included in these activities: bury, flutter, wish, write, pick, chased, make, find, file, trick, kiss, blow, slither, luck, blarney, leprechaun, gold, Ireland, shamrock, castle, tradition, snakes, March, cabbage, fiddle, shoemaker…
NOTE: THESE DO NOT TEACH PARTS OF SPEECH OR GRAMMAR, BUT ARE AN EXCELLENT WAY TO REVIEW AND PRACTICE WHAT HAS ALREADY BEEN TAUGHT
I HOPE YOU AND YOUR STUDENTS LIKE THESE! HAPPY TEACHING!! IF YOU HAVE A THIRD GRADE CLASS THAT IS ON THE HIGHER SIDE, THESE ACTIVITIES MIGHT WORK FOR YOU AND YOUR STUDENTS.
St. Patrick's Day Fun: Grammar Practice Bundle
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