St. Patrick’s Day Activities

This activity was a huge hit with ED this past week.  I chose some words from ED’s phonics readers and wrote them out on some shamrocks and taped them on popcycle sticks.  I covered an empty cereal box with construction paper and wrote the words out on the box as well and used a knife to create a slit for the popcycle sticks.

I sat with ED each time she did this activity so she could practice reading the words aloud.

You could do this same activity for letter recognition and matching (B-b) or to practice addition or multiplication facts.

I couldn’t find the shamrock template I recommended a couple of years ago (the link didn’t work), so I made my own sheets.

Feel free to download these free shamrock templates if you can use them:

You could also use these to do some shamrock fishing like we did last year:

ED did letter matching last year:

While DD did some addition practice:

Last weekend I shared the St. Patrick’s Day Multiplication pack. It’s also free to download.

Here’s the link to all of our previous St. Patrick’s Day activities and crafts or you can go to the categories button on the right sidebar and select the “St. Patrick’s Day” category.

I updated a post from a couple of years ago.  It has lots of links to various free St. Patrick’s Day packs for preschoolers:

St Patrick’s Day Units — Free Downloads, Printables, etc.

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