I have a few St. Patrick's Day themed packets out. Here are some photos of the activities from the packets. Just click on the images to check out the packets.
Above is a fun twist on fact families. I used silver and gold glitter to create the coins for this math craft.
This week in math we are learning about comparing numbers. As part of the Common Core, we want the students to look at the tens and ones when comparing the numbers. My recording sheet has the students record their work and whether they used tens or ones.
More fact family practice.
Place Value Center
Finding the missing part
Counters are mini-erasers from Party City.
My Taste the Rainbow Candy Sorting, Graphing, and Analyzing Data Center. Photo credits from the lovely Cheryl Saoud.
The "Be on the Lookout" printable above is also sold separately in this packet:
Handprint Leprechaun Craft
I use the handprint as part of the students' monthly scrapbooks. I do not have these available on TpT yet. I am still tweaking them. I also take a photo of each student every month. So for March, I will take a photo of the kids with a St. Patrick's Day or glasses.
Rainbow Spelling from my Spelling Homework Menu packet.
I just create a St. Patrick's Day packet of just printables. It is only $2.50! Great for last minute.
I store all my centers in clear bags and place them in my large plastic monthly tubs.
St. Patrick's Day Recommended Read Aloud Books: