Fun St. Patrick's Day Writing Pennant- Your students will enjoy this fun themed pennant banner that has St.Patrick's Day writing prompts. This "Lucky Me" banner is perfect for the week of March 17th, use on St. Patrick's Day, or any day in March leading up to the day. It should be a fun writing activity for 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade. Click HERE. You can now buy this banner in a bundle. How awesome!! Banners for an entire year!
Please read the writing prompts/sentence starters below to make sure they will work for your class.
This St. Patrick's Day writing banner makes a perfect hallway display, bulletin board display, or you can connect them to make a fun classroom banner that hangs inside your classroom. Leave it up for the entire month of March. These make a fun writing keepsake that parents will love reading when they are sent home.
Perfect for a whole class writing time, a writing center activity, sub writing activity, early finisher activity, morning work, homework, and so many more possibilities.
NOTE: Writing space is limited on the banners. Students are giving brief details to answer each part. An additional side of writing paper is included for more in depth writing. Just print it on the back if interested.
On this St. Patrick's Day themed banner activity, students will fill in the following:
‣Lucky Me! by_________
‣I feel lucky because…..
‣To trap a leprechaun, I would definitely need these supplies…. (You could have them use the second side of the banner to tell how they would construct the trap)
‣If you could find anything at the end of a rainbow, what
would it be and why?
‣A person that means more to me than a pot of gold is:
‣PLUS... students will color the themed patterns/images on the banner.
‣Colorful St. Patrick's themed pennant pieces are also included to add to the banner. It adds some pep and pizzazz to your display.
‣BONUS.... (optional) a back side of writing paper is included for a paragraph or short story or an informational writing related to the theme.
Happy St. Patrick's Day!
For more creative lesson ideas, click on 'elementary lesson plans' by my picture above.