Do you tend to put much effort into St. Patrick’s Day activities? I find that it can be hit or miss with some teachers going all in and others avoiding it altogether. I am always up for adding themes in the classroom for most holidays and St. Patrick’s Day just happens to be one of them! It is seven days away so I wanted to share something I’ve been working on for your students…the cutest Pot of Gold! You will be able to grab this freebie, directed drawing for St. Patrick’s Day below but here’s a sneak peek at what’s inside.
Along with the directed drawing, I’ve included a writing sheet. Students can write an opinion about what they would do if they found a pot of gold. (I sure know what I would do, ha!) And of course, I will not disappoint my virtual teachers, so this resource is both printable AND digital. You will find links for both Seesaw and Google slides in the download!
If you’re looking for more robust St. Patrick’s Day activities, you can check out our recently released Digital and Printable reading activities featuring fiction and nonfiction texts for the holiday or our Rooted in Reading unit for the book, Fiona’s Luck, with a focus on fairy tales, symbols, and cause and effect.
Before you head out, don’t forget to grab your FREEBIE!
Grab Your Free Pot of Gold Directed Drawing and Writing Page
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