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St. Patrick's Day Vocabulary Bundle Worksheets Cards and Games 3 resources in one file.
Your St. Patrick's Day center work for March is ready to go with these games, vocabulary cards and worksheets for Kindergarten and grade one.
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1. St. Patrick's Day Vocabulary Cards with Record Sheets PDF file
St. Patrick's Day Vocabulary to supplement your word work and writing lessons this St. Patrick's Day.
~ Statement of Purpose:
This resource aims to provide students with the language associate with the traditions, customs and symbols of St. Patrick’s Day. The vocabulary cards aim as a foundation to teaching the themes of this special holiday.
~ Includes 32 vocabulary cards, 3 record sheets, one game idea for small groups or the whole class and a vocabulary list.
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~ How to use this resource:
Teachers should introduce the visual prompts slowly, discussing their relevance to St. Patrick’s Day appropriate for their class. Laminate the cards and organize as a word wall for easy reference.
Teachers should be focusing on developing fluency through repetition and playing with words. You may like to complement these cards with our ‘All about St. Patrick’s Day Book’ that outlines more about the origins and customs of the day.
Teachers should model using vocabulary in oral and written form with sentence writing with the whole class, referring to the cards. Students can learn to read and write St. Patrick’s Day words in center work.
To use cards as a matching activity, print off 2 slides to one page, using your printer’s settings. Students can them complete one of three record sheets (aimed at different writing levels) seen at the end of this file. Younger children will need explicit instructions. Use the teacher’s master list of vocabulary words for your program and tick off words as you have introduced them. A vocabulary game; ‘What’s my Word’ has been included; please see instructions on page 12 & 13.
2. St. Patrick's Day Reading and Writing Worksheets PDF
This file includes a colored factual book (6 pages) and a bundle of worksheets for the St. Patrick's Day holiday.
Staple and read the colored book to the class over a week. Complete the worksheets by bundling and adding our smart cover, 'My St. Patrick's Day Booklet'!
This resource aims to give students knowledge of the origins, traditions, symbols, folklore and customs of this popular Irish holiday. In addition, your worksheets also provide students with opportunities to practice reading, handwriting, spelling and writing skills whilst having fun and learning about St. Patrick’s Day.
* Australian teachers: please note that this resource has many American terms and spellings for example, there are many references to spring (Northern Hemisphere reference), and also color rather than colour. Please download the preview for a closer look.
~ How to use this resource: This resource has been designed for teachers to introduce young children to the Irish holiday. Teachers should first read the six page, factual book entitled, ‘A Book All about St. Patrick’s Day’ (pages 5-10) many times prior to completing the ‘about’ worksheets. You should cover the pages of choice from 11-25 that detail the origins, traditions, symbols, folklore and customs of the holiday. Pages 26-38 should complement your language program. Students will enjoy many of these sheets bundled into a work book, using the cover page on page 4.
Teachers must model and demonstrate how to work through each worksheet with young children. The collection of activities is appropriate for kindergarten and grade one with guidance.
****** This file has two sections; the 'about' worksheets and the 'vocabulary' worksheets as well as a colored, factual book which relates to the worksheets.
Statement of purpose and how to page
‘My St. Patrick’s Day Workbook’ cover
~ Section one: About St. Patrick’s Day: origins, traditions, symbols
‘A Book All About St. Patrick’s Day’
‘A Book All About St. Patrick’s Day’ vocabulary list for teachers
Happy St. Patrick’s Day coloring
Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day – What month?
Ireland’s Special Day – map label and handwriting
The Irish Flag – colors on the flag
Celebrating on March 17th – family traditions
How do the Irish Celebrate? – Irish dancing
Green is Everywhere – help get the girl ready for the day
What is Green – draw
How do we Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day – review of book and work so far
Shamrock – represents the beginning of Spring – identifying months of Spring
Spring Things – color spring things
The Luck of the Irish – the rainbow and the horseshoe
Leprechaun Treasure Hunt – Can you find the treasure?
Irish Stories – folklore and the leprechaun – drawing self
~ Section two: Vocabulary and writing based
Words and Pictures – cut and paste words to match pictures
St. Patrick’s Day Read and Color – read and color vocabulary
St. Patrick’s Day Train – trace, cut and paste onto larger paper
Label the Leprechaun – trace, read, cut and paste words
St. Patrick’s Day Sentences – read sentences and trace words
Two Irish Dancers – color and complete the sentence
Ss is for St. Patrick’s Day – find ‘s’ words and write
Cc is for Castle – hunt and record words that begin with ‘c’
Pictures and Sounds – write the missing initial sound and color and cut pictures to match
St. Patrick’s Day Blends – color the initial sound
Joining Words – join blend sound to end of word and rewrite
Which Sentence Fits? – read, write the correct sentence with the matching picture
St. Patrick’s Day Story Sequence – extension activity – number, read and paste.
Vocabulary found in book and most worksheets:
St. Patrick’s Day
3. St. Patrick's Day Vocabulary Center Games x 5 PDF
5 x St. Patrick's Day literacy center games in both color and black and white to supplement your literacy program this St. Patrick's Day (March 17th). Designed for K-1 students.
These games are original to Clever Classroom and as so, are copyright protected.
1. Pot of Gold Game - initial sounds – 2-6 players with
Pot of Gold Student Record Sheet
2. Shamrock Sounds Game - single sounds and beginning blends - 4 single players or 8 players in pairs
with Shamrock Sounds Student Record Sheet
3. Tricky Leprechaun Game - reading vocab cards 4+ players up to whole class with Tricky Leprechaun Student Record Sheet
4. So Many Letters Game - word work - counting up letters 4+ players with So Many Letters Game Student Record Sheet
5. Patty Word Hunt Game - reading and match St. Patrick's Day words 2-12 players with record sheet.
Your group games all include instructions (players, you will need and how to play) as well as a color and black and white version of all 5 games and an individual student record sheet for each game. The vocabulary/picture cards are designed to be used with each game, there are 32 in total. Teachers are provided with a vocabulary master list for easy reference.
Statement of Purpose: Your vocabulary games have been designed to supplement your St. Patrick’s Day language activities. This resource aims to revise known St. Patrick’s Day language via fun, hands-on group games.
Your students will have fun learning whilst being taught vocabulary, symbols, signs and customs of the popular Irish holiday.
How to use this resource: Choose to print off the black and white or color versions of this file. The content is the same however, the color option is provided for your convenience. All games MUST be demonstrated in a whole class situation and for some students they will need a scaffolding introduction to playing the game in a small group. Children should be familiar with the symbols and language displayed in the small picture cards prior to playing any games. For young learners, they will rely on the image and their knowledge of what that represents to read the word. Print and laminate your games and keep in a folder or container. You may like to print, laminate and cut up one set of picture cards and have them available to play with any game, provided you have one game going at a time. Instructions for all games are provided. Students need to complete the individual record sheet after they have finished their game, to revise language concepts and reflect in what they have just learned.
~ Vocabulary included:
St. Patrick’s Day
Designed by Clever Classroom, 2013.
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