St. Patrick’s Day is a fun and festive holiday that’s celebrated around the world. Whether you’re Irish or not, it’s a great opportunity to bring some green into your classroom and engage your students in a variety of learning activities. Use these St. Patrick’s Day decorations in your homeschool or classroom.
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St. Patrick’s Day Decorations
I’ve created a set of St. Patrick’s Day classroom printables that are perfect for teachers looking to incorporate some fun and educational activities into their lesson plans. These printables are designed to help students develop skills such as reading comprehension, problem-solving, and critical thinking, while also promoting creativity and engagement in the classroom.
I love creating things for different holidays and the different seasons of the year. Hence the name of this site, Seasonal Homeschooling.
I like seasonal printables like these because they make it feel different in your homeschool or classroom. Changing the feel of learning during the long dark days of late winter can help perk everyone up.
St. Patrick’s Day Printables
I think these color posters are amazing, but then again I made them so I might be biased. While I did label them as St. Patrick’s Day they really could be used all year long. The image is a rainbow… who doesn’t love rainbows?
Adding some St. Patrick’s Day number posters is fun for young kids. Just like St. Patrick’s Day alphabet posters are. It makes it more interesting when there is a theme to the lesson.
Enjoy these St. Patrick’s Day theme number posters. There are 5 different sets of number posters 1-10. Mix and match the posters as you’d like.
Borders: Yes, these are more like “classroom” decorations. But you can use them in your homeschool whether you have a homeschool room or not. We like to decorate our marker board that hangs on our dining room wall.
Have you heard of Write the Room? I hadn’t until I joined a membership for creators.
The concept is simple: Post cards around the room, then send kids off to find and respond to them. (Just one more reason to get classroom clipboards.) This could mean writing letters or words, answering math problems, or working on reading skills. It really works for any topic.
This St. Patrick’s Day Write the Room is a perfect way for your preschool or kindergarten students to get up and stretch their little legs during writing centers this March.
Here is our easy St. Patrick’s Day Themed Write the Room set this is the product for you. Lucky Charms are such a cute and fun way for kids to celebrate this holiday!
Grab your copy for your homeschool or classroom now. This is a growing bundle, so even as I add more products to it, you get them for free after you make the initial purchase. The price of the bundle goes up as I add each new product.
Have some fun this St. Patrick’s Day with your kids.