This BUNDLE of St. Patrick's Day Math and Literacy Centers for Pre-K and Kindergarten is perfect for your hands on centers in March! This BUNDLE includes 5 literacy work stations and 5 math work stations for a total of 10 work stations in all! PLUS a freebie: St. Patrick's Day Counting Mats! Skills included are letter recognition, rhyming, beginning sounds, cvc words, sight words, counting, number recognition, addition, graphing and more.
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Children will have fun sorting rhyming words with this fun St. Patrick's Day themed activity. This set includes two sorting mats - "rhymes" and "does not rhyme" and 36 picture cards to sort.
St. Patrick's Day Sight Word BANG! Game
Your students will LOVE this St. Patrick's Day version of the BANG! game called "Tricky Leprechaun!" It includes 220 sight words. Place this game in a work station for partner work or small groups. This is also fun as a whole class game!
St. Patrick's Day Letters and Beginning Sounds
There are 52 puzzles where the kids can mix and match letters and sounds. The children will place the two pots of gold halves together to complete the puzzle. Four enrichment sheets are included.
St. Patrick's Day CVC Words
This St. Patrick's Day Spin and Cover Center is a fun way to practice reading CVC words. The children will spin the spinner and cover the word on the game board. There is also a set in black/white. The children spin and color the matching word. This center includes: "I Can" Poster,
12 color game boards (2 for each short vowel PLUS 2 for mixed short vowels), 12 color worksheets (2 for each short vowel PLUS 2 for mixed short vowels), and 12 spinners (2 for each short vowel PLUS 2 for mixed short vowels)
St. Patrick's Sentence Scramble
This makes a fun Pocket Chart center for March! The children will use the color coded cards to create a sentence on the pocket chart. They can write their sentences on a recording sheet OR use the coordinating sentence scramble worksheets. There are 20 color coded sentences, 20 coordinating worksheets and one recording sheet all with a St. Patrick's Day theme!
St. Patrick's Day Cube Roll Game
This St. Patrick's Day themed game focuses on counting, graphing, and visual discrimination. The children will roll the die (included) and record the results on the graph. This game is different every time you play!
Count the Room - St. Patrick's Day
Print the 12 St. Patrick's Day themed picture cards and hang them up in your room. Print the worksheet. Now have the children search the room, count the objects and write the amount on the worksheet! The objects to count are from 1-12.
St. Patrick's Day Ten Frames
This packet includes a leprechaun themed ten frame game AND ten frames from 1-10. To play the game the children choose a spinner and add (or subtract) the gold coins until there are 10 gold coins on the ten frame. This activity can be played individually, with a partner or small group. There is also a set of ten frame mats labeled 1-10. These are great to add to a math center. Place a container of gold gems or gold painted beans (or use the ones provided) and the children place the correct amount on the ten frame.
St. Patrick's Day Count and Write 1-20
This St. Patrick's Day themed count and write center is a fun way to practice counting with ten frames, tally marks and objects.. The children will pick a card, count and write the number on the recording sheet. There are also 4 full color game boards to use.
St. Patrick's Day Addition
This St. Patrick's Day math center is a fun way to learn to add! The children will choose a card, count the shamrocks, and write the addition sentence. You can also use the optional recording sheets. There are two levels of learning: sums to 5 and sums to 10.
PLUS this BONUS!
St. Patrick's Day Counting Mats
This math center includes St. Patrick's Day counting mats for the numbers 0-20 and one sheet gold coins. Each mat includes the numeral and number word. When they are placed in order you will notice an AB pattern in the background! The children will use the counters (included - or use real yellow pompoms, buttons or playdough) to count out the correct amount of counters to place on each pot.