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St. Patrick's Day ~ Language, Writing, and Graphic Organizers

St. Patrick's Day ~ Language, Writing, and Graphic Organizers
St. Patrick's Day ~ Language, Writing, and Graphic Organizers
St. Patrick's Day ~ Language, Writing, and Graphic Organizers
St. Patrick's Day ~ Language, Writing, and Graphic Organizers
St. Patrick's Day ~ Language, Writing, and Graphic Organizers
St. Patrick's Day ~ Language, Writing, and Graphic Organizers
St. Patrick's Day ~ Language, Writing, and Graphic Organizers
St. Patrick's Day ~ Language, Writing, and Graphic Organizers
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St. Patrick’s Day Writing and Language Packet!

23-pages focusing on writing and various language skills:

**Describe Your Leprechaun Trap: Graphic Organizer to add describing details for a student’s leprechaun trap! 1 page, black/white.

**Planning Your Leprechaun Trap: Graphic Organizer with boxes for: how it works, materials, name/drawing, location/where trap will be placed, and what the student will do with the leprechaun! 1 page, black/white.

**Describing St. Patrick’s Day Vocabulary Words: Graphic organizer with boxes. Each box contains a St. Patrick’s Day word. Students must list attributes or describing words/phrases about the items. 1 page, black/white.

**How Would You Trap a Leprechaun?: Graphic organizer with 5 writing areas, one area for each step (5 steps): First, Second, Third, Next, and Last included. 1 page, black/white.

**If I Were a Leprechaun, Where Would I Hide My Gold?: Students name and describe 5 locations on a graphic organizer. 1 page, black/white.

**If I Were a Leprechaun, What Tricks Might I Play?: Students name and describe 5 tricks (nice/kind, but fun) that they might plan on St. Patrick’s Day. 1 page, black/white.

**How Many Items Can You Think Of? Students list items within categories/attributes: green, lucky, gold/yellow, short or tiny, and shiny. Items can be related to St. Patrick’s Day or any other items that are typically/always associated with that attribute. (Ex: Students shouldn't list a ‘car’ under green as not all/most cars aren't green). 1 page, black/white.

**What Would You Wish For If You Found a 4-Leaf Clover? 1 graphic organizer (students list wishes); 1 writing prompt. 2 pages, black/white.

**Lucky Word Coin Toss: A language/sentence formulation game. Students take turns tossing a coin/penny onto the paper. Students then use the St. Patrick’s Day vocabulary word in a detailed sentence. 1 point per sentence, 3 points if the coin lands on a shamrock! 1 page, black/white.

**St. Patrick’s Day Sentence Starters: 5 sentences starters per page. Student use the sentence starter to write a simple or complex sentence with specific details/word choice. 3 pages, black/white.

**Acrostic Poems/Writing: Write a word or phrase for each letter of a word (St. Patrick’s Day vocabulary words, 1 word per page). 5 pages.

**The Day I Trapped a Leprechaun: Writing prompt. Students can write a PAST TENSE story with the given prompt. 1 page in color, 1 page black/white.

**Open-ended Writing Paper: Teachers/Clinicians can pick their own topic or theme. Space to write the directions. 1 page in color, 2 pages black/white.

Created by: J. Callaway, M.S., CCC-SLP

Clipart by: MyCuteGraphics.com
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