First, I have a brand new St. Patrick's Day Writing freebie for you! Looking for a little writing practice? This includes a prompt when students write about what they would hope to find at the end of the rainbow. It includes three types of writing paper and a checklist for student accountability. Click here to grab it or on the image above.
If you are looking for a math freebie, you might enjoy this graphing practice with a St. Patrick's Day theme. It's a fun way for kids in grades 1-3 to practice graphing skills. Click here or on the image above to see if it would work for you and your class.
I have a couple of paid items too which might be beneficial to your students in grades 1, 2, and 3. Check them out, then keep reading to see free and paid resources from other teacher bloggers that are terrific for March!
I love using a wide variety of writing prompts with my class all year round! I created some fun prompts for spring that help students practice expository, persuasive and opinion writing as well as letter writing. Below are a few images including just a few of the prompts. Each prompt has a checklist for student accountability and I included several kinds of writing paper for each. To grab it, click here or on any of the sneak peek images.
If your students are working on double digit addition and subtraction like mine are, this could be just right for you! Check out the sneak peeks below and if it seems like your thing, click here or on any of the images to get the full details.
I even included some frames and arrows practice in this product too, which would help if your school uses Everyday Math like mine.
How fun is A First for Everything's How to Catch a Leprechaun creative writing project? See if it is right for your class by going to her TPT store here or by clicking the image below!
If you're only interested in the writing prompt, it is free from her store. Click here or on the image below to grab it.
Also, if you're giving your class a little gift or if the leprechaun stops by and leaves something, you can use her free treat toppers! Get them here or by clicking the image.
Sally from Elementary Matters has a math freebie at her TPT store. It includes 2 digit addition and subtraction with and without regrouping. Pick it up here!
Here are some other fun St. Patrick's Day resources and ideas!
Jason's Classroom's Bingo Squares (free)
Art with Jenny's K's Shamrock pattern coloring pop art page (free)
Education to the Core's Notes to Students and Math Playing Cards (free)
Marlie Rose's Color Word Freebie
Clutter-free Classroom has a a great blog post detailing a St. Patrick's Day Bulletin Board
and another blog post with her own collection of fun St. Patrick's Day resources!
Laura Lanzi's St. Patricks Day coloring book (free)
First Grade Schoolhouse's St. Patrick's Day pack , which includes About St. Patrick's Day, KWL, Writing and Illustrating about St Patrick's Day, Main Idea/Details, and more
Mamas Like Me's Shamrock Craft and Poem
Pinfeather Press' St. Patrick's Day Activity Pack - great for grades 3-5
The Colorful Apple's St. Patrick's Day Literacy and Math Pack
Momma's Fun Worlds' Shamrock Necklace and Shamrock Science
East Coat Mommy's Leprechaun Traps and Bait
Reading Confetti's Shape Leprechauns
And here are a few for March Madness and to welcome Spring!
Rockin' Resource's March Madness Persuasive Writing
Mandy Neal's March Madness Collection
Renee Dooley's March Madness Basketball Math Fun Freebie
Kendra King's Welcome Spring Bunny Craft
Linda G's Spring Windsock Craft
Also, here are my favorite books to share with my class in the month of March! Click on any image to get more information about the book from Amazon.