March 18th is St. Patrick’s Day.
Are you looking for some fun worksheets and activities for St. Patrick’s Day? This post has links to more than a dozen free printables, worksheets and resources — from PreK through Grade 5 math!
First I’m going to share some of the free St. Patrick’s Day math printables we have (number words, skip-counting, addition, multiplication, division, fractions, and more!). Then a bit lower down you’ll find some free Preschool packets, printables and resources for those of you with younger kids!
Free St. Patrick’s Day Number Word Activities: These are some St. Patrick’s Day sheets I made for my daughter a few years ago. It includes number matching (1-one, 2-two, 3-three, etc.), skip counting, and a number word game.
Addition Fact Activities: This next set includes game boards that I made for my daughter to practice some of her addition facts. There are three different game boards. One to practice making 9 (4+5, 6+3), one for making 14 (10+4, 7+&) and one for making 15 (7+8, etc.). There’s also a blank game board and game cards to make your own game.
Download your free math game boards here: St Patrick’s Day — Addition Fact Math Game Boards
Multiplication Packet: Here are some multiplication pages I made for DD when she was working on memorizing her multiplication facts several years ago. I put together a number of different practice pages. There are 8 pages. It is free to download.
Free Equivalent Fraction Game and Fraction Cards (4 in a row game)
Activity Village has St. Patrick’s Day activities such as mazes, word searches, coloring pages, craft ideas and much more!
St. Patrick’s Day Preschool Activities: Ages 3 to 5
There are a number of really cute St. Patrick’s Day books that are perfect for the PreK crowd! (These are affiliate links)
- How to Catch a Leprechaun
- Ten Lucky Leprechauns
- The Night Before St. Patrick’s Day
- There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Clover
Roll and Cover Numbers Game
I made these game boards for ED when she was in PreK. It’s a race to 50 (or a race to 100).
- Print out one game board for each player.
- The players take turns rolling the die (use a 20-sided die in the race to 100) and covering the squares on their game board with tokens.
- The first to cover their entire game board wins the game.
You can download these free here:
When I first printed these out, ED (who was 4 at the time) wanted to play right away. She decided we only needed one piece as we raced back and forth across each row to the end! We also wound up closing our eyes and choosing balls from a bingo game which worked just as well as a 20-sided die. She loved it when she moved forward 26 spaces and it was great to have her practicing carefully counting and moving that much.
If you like doing hands-on activities with your preschoolers and tots, you will want to check out the hands-on activity ideas and free St Patrick’s Day printables at Living Montessori Now:
Cassie over at 3 Dinosaurs has a , you’ll find a really cute PreK St. Patrick’s Day Packet that goes with the book, There was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Clover (affiliate link)
Pam and Lisa over at Over the Big Moon have this Preschool Pack:
Our World Wide Classroom: St. Patrick’s Day Printables: Bottle top spelling cards, number cards and more
Mama’s Monkeys has a Preschool Pack for 3-5 year olds:
File Folder Fun has a Phonics Game Printable for sorting -at -an -et and -am words.
New this year (2018):
I just added a St. Patrick’s Day Subtraction Games to the Addition Bundle. There are 2 game boards– one for practicing easier subtraction problems (like 5-3, 7-4, 10-6, etc.). The other game has more challenging problems (13-7, 15-8, 16-7, 18-9, etc.) These can be printed out in either color or black and white. This packet also has sorting mats and a few subtraction worksheets. See details at this post:
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