Are you looking for some St. Patrick’s Day activities to use in your intermediate elementary classroom? Well I have you covered my friend! You and your students will LOVE these fun and engaging resources that are mostly ready to print and go. I have included a list of my favs below.
My Favorite St. Patrick’s Day Activities
Ireland: A country study
Take your students on a trip to Ireland with this fun mini-unit! Learn about Ireland’s geography, culture, food, flag, famous people, and history while practicing important ELA standards. Product includes a fact book, maps, flag facts, famous Irishmen research, and more. Dive deeper in the text with graphic organizers, foldables, and text-based questions. This unit is perfect to use as part of your Saint Patrick’s Day celebration!
St. Patrick’s Day fraction Activities
I always teach fractions in the spring, so my fraction instruction always seems to hit around St. Patrick’s Day. These fraction games will keep your students engaged and learning! Includes 5 different fraction activities-2 match games, board game, worksheet, and BOOM card deck.
Use all the activities together in learning centers on St. Patrick’s Day for your math instruction or spread activities out over the course of a week. Differentiate instruction based on student level of understanding of fractions.
St. Patrick’s Day Reading & writing Activities
This collection of St. Patrick’s Day reading and writing activities practices important ELA skills. Use as part of your reading small group instruction, reading learning centers, reteaching, extra practice, for early finishers, etc. Several passages and skill pages included making it great for close reading.
Leprechaun activities for an of engaging lessons are all planned out for you with this fun product!Perfect for Saint Patrick’s Day, this product includes leprechaun activities for reading, writing, language, social studies, science, and math instruction. Your students will LOVE all the hands-on activities. You will love having rigorous and meaningful standards-based activities AND an entire day of instruction planned out for you!
You can check out each unit below or check out my March classroom favorites blog post here .
What are your favorite St. Patrick’s Day learning activities? I would love to hear about them. Happy teaching!