Are you looking for fun, no prep, and engaging St. Patrick’s Day worksheets and activities for your literacy block? I looked around and found a few literacy activities that would be great for the month of March or the week of St. Patrick’s Day.
Some of the activities are free and some are available to purchase. I tried to include a variety of activities that target reading and writing skills for all elementary levels. These are all great for classroom or homeschool use!
St. Patrick's Day Worksheets
Students will love these fun and engaging St. Patrick's Day worksheets for grades K-5.
These St. Patrick's Day Phonemic Awareness Activities are a fun way to build students' phonemic awareness!
Practice phoneme segmentation, counting syllables and phonemes, rhyming, deleting and substituting phonemes, and deleting syllables with this fun St. Patrick's Day themed phonemic awareness set. Use these activities during whole group instruction, small groups, warm up, centers, or intervention.
This also includes Google teaching slides to walk students through phonemic awareness activities for each picture card.
These poems can be used for shared reading, centers, independent work and so much more! There are a variety of poems to choose from and they come with an interactive notebook activity. They also come with the pocket chart pieces for shared reading activities.
Try these FREE St. Patrick's Day word search activities with your kids to work on language skills, vocabulary, visual discrimination, and contextual clues, in a fun and engaging way! There are 3 different difficulty levels to choose from plus answer keys are included!
This St. Patrick’s Day revise and edit activity is perfect for 3rd-5th grade. Students read the passage and can work together in a small group or independently to answer the revise and edit questions. QR codes are on the cards making it easy for students to self check.
Your early readers will love to make their own mini St. Patrick's Day book. This one is free!
Those are the 8 literacy based St Patrick’s Day worksheets and activities I found for elementary level students. Hopefully, you can use one or more of these to do a fun literacy activity with your students for St. Patrick’s Day.
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