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St. Patrick's Day is March 17. Your kids will love these St. Paddy's Day activities. Make a silly leprechaun that moves, find all the words in the word search puzzle, color the leprechauns in the coloring pages, color your own March calendar, and more!
Puzzles & GamesSt. Patrick's Day Word Search (Easy) Member
For younger students, try this EASY St. Patrick's Day Word search. There are no backwards or diagonal words in this large-print 6x8 word hunt. Perfect for students in 1st and 2nd grade.St. Patrick's Day Word Search (Intermediate) Free
Find the words hidden in the puzzle. Includes the words shamrock, gold, clover, magic, four-leaf clover, leprechaun, and many others.St. Patrick's Day Bingo Game Member
Students create their own bingo board, then play St. Patrick's Day bingo.Lucky Sum Game Member
To play this game, players search for pairs of connecting numbers that have a sum of 13. These game boards are shaped like lucky four-leaf clovers.St. Patrick's Day Unscramble Member
Unscramble the St. Patrick's Day words and phrases on this worksheet. Figure out all 20 words and you'll win the leprechaun's pot of gold!Letter Mix Up: Leprechaun (Primary) Member
Cut out and rearrange the letters in the word LEPRECHAUN to make as many different words as possible. This primary level worksheet has primary-ruled lines for grades K through 2.Letter Mix Up: Leprechaun (Intermediate) Member
Rearrange the letters in the word LEPRECHAUN to make as many different words as possible. This intermediate level worksheet has a scoring system and was designed for students in 3rd through 6th grades.
Crafts & ActivitiesLeprechaun Cut-Out Craft Member
An easy craft for kids. Color the leprechaun, then cut out his body, arms, and legs. Attach the parts together with brass paper fasteners so his arms and legs move.Leprechaun Coloring Pages Member
A seven page booklet with pictures of leprechauns for kids to color. Use these as extra-time fillers, or print them out individually to use as decorations for your St. Patrick's Day writing assignments.March Calendar Member
Color the March calendar, and fill in the dates for this year. This cute calendar has a picture of a leprechaun holding a balloon.
Early LiteracyMake Sentences: Word Cards Member
Students cut out 25 word cards. Then they rearrange them to make as many complete sentences as possible. Some cards have basic sight words, such as we, I, she, he, run, will, by, can, and the. Other cards have St. Patrick's Day-themed words, such as grass, gold, dance, rainbow, and leprechaun.
c(Approx. Grade Levels: K-2)
Students cut out 5 word cards and rearrange them to make a complete sentence. They glue the cards onto the paper and write the sentence on the line. The sentence reads, "I saw a green leprechaun."
(Approx. Grade Levels: K-2)
This build-a-sentence activity has seven words. Students glue the words on paper to form a complete sentence. The sentence reads, "Do you see the pot of gold?"
(Approx. Grade Levels: K-2)
Reading & WritingLeprechaun Poem Member
A cute poem about a friendly leprechaun; Includes comprehension questions.Leprechaun Story Member
A cartoon pictures a man who has caught a leprechaun. Students write a creative story that describes what happens next.Pot of Gold Story Free
When Jason gets stuck being the leprechaun while playing Leprechaun's Pot of Gold with his friends, he'll have to think like a leprechaun to find the perfect hiding place for the chocolate coins.Symbols of St. Patrick's Day Member
This article teaches students the legends and history behind three symbols of St. Patrick's Day - shamrock, the Blarney Stone, and leprechauns. This article is written at approximately a 5th grade reading level.
St. Pat's AdditionAddition (Carrying) - Leprechaun Picture Puzzle Member
Complete 20 addition problems (2-digits plus 2-digits with with regrouping). The cut the squares, match the answers, and assemble the leprechaun puzzle.
St. Pat's SubtractionSubtraction (Borrowing) - Leprechaun Picture Puzzle Member
Complete the subtraction problems (3-digits minus 2-digits with with regrouping). Then create a fun St. Patrick's Day picture puzzle with the answer squares.
St. Pat's MultiplicationAdvanced Multiplication - Leprechaun Picture Puzzle Free
Multiply 3-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers. (Advanced level for grades 5 and up.) Then use the answers to complete the St. Patrick's Day Puzzle.
St. Pat's Division
Teaching ToolsMarch Chart (Shamrocks) Member
Place stickers on the shamrocks that decorate this chart.
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Printable worksheets with Easter eggs and Easter bunnies.Mystery Picture Worksheets
More addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division mystery pictures.Measurement Worksheets
Measure capacity, length, weight, and temperature with these worksheets.