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.
~ Please download the preview to see more.
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.
* 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.
~ Vocabulary included:
St. Patrick’s Day
Clip art and Fonts: Fonts by Kevin and Amanda and KG Fonts
Clip art by Scrappin Doodles, Graphics from the Pond, Kari Bolt, Ashley Hughes, The Clip art Factory, Little Red, Karen Cox and Teachers Scrapbook.
Designed by Clever Classroom
Cloud image not included in download.
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