I am so thankful for talented people who willing share their hard work on their sites for people like me who home school a medically fragile kid at home. Or any kid for that matter. Anyway, welcome to our St. Patrick’s Day Educational Ideas Round-up!
3 Dinosaurs.com has created a fantastic St. Patrick’s Day Calendar. All you have to do is print it out, laminate and use!
Kindergarten Smiles is rockin’ and sharing a Sight Word Game that will have everyone giving a shout of Hooray! Check out her other freebies on Teachers Pay Teachers!
Polka Dot Chair has put together all the printables needed to create this adorable Pot of Gold Mason Jar Gifts. The ADORABLE people, take a moment to soak it all in.
Fun-A-Day shares some fine motor skills for St. Paddy’s Day: Beaded Shamrocks!
Second Story Window offers up this Counting Leprechaun Gold activity. Ours just needs to be laminated and it’s ready for some good times learning 1:1 correspondence. It’s like Heidi and Emily KNEW what Parker and I needed this month. Thanks Ladies!
Modern Parents Messy Kids shares a collection of 17 St. Patrick’s day favorites for kids. This is when the whole g-tube only thing sucks the most. Holidays are always so closely associated with fun treats.
I love the whole concept of Sticky Walls and this Sticky Wall Rainbow will keep Parker busy for quite a while. There is fine motor here, sorting, and cause and effect all in one sweet activity. I will admit that Parker and cotton balls are a recipe for disaster, so I will most likely change out the cotton balls for those new eco-friendly packing peanuts I saved back a few months ago.
Over the Big Moon has a lot of learning activities in their St. Patrick Day pack!
Go and download all you want. But don’t forget to leave a thank you for all the hard work you’ve been saved and all the talent shared!
What educational ideas do you have up YOUR sleeve for St. Patrick’s Day and the windy month of March?
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