St. Patrick’s Day is creeping up, and it’s time for all the fun and easy St. Patrick’s Day activities for kindergarten. 

St. Patrick’s Day Activities for Kindergarten

The following activities are perfect to use in the classroom or at home with your kids. They range from language arts to hands-on math to cover multiple learning standards.

1. St. Patricks Day Poems

If you’ve been around here long enough, you know I have a passion for teaching poems and rhymes.

Naturally, the first activity set I have to talk about are these St. Patrick’s Day poems for kids.

From shamrocks and leprechauns to rainbows and noble saints, the collection keeps kids of all aged engaged.

👉 10 Fun St. Patrick’s Day Poems for Kids

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2. March Math Mats

March Numbers to 10 Math Mats are an interactive, hands-on, math activity to build number sense and engage your active learners in counting and writing numbers 1-10.

Preschool, PreK, and kindergarten kids will count, build, trace, write, and find the number on a number line.

The St. Patrick’s Day and Spring themed picture sets are fun and engaging!

2 Levels are included for easy differentiation!

👉 Numbers to 10 March Math Mats

👉 Numbers to 20 March Math Mats

March math mats for numbers to 10 and numbers 11-20. Great for math centers, sensory bins, and homeschool practice for prek, kindergarten, and first grade.

 

3. St. Patrick’s Day Write the Room

Whether a stay at home mom searching for St. Patrick’s Day activities for kids, or a kindergarten teacher looking to engage your active writers, you will love this St. Patrick’s Day Write the Room.

My youngest daughter loves doing this St. Patrick’s Day activity around the house. 

👉 St. Patrick’s Day Write the Room

I’ve also included a St. Patrick’s Day coloring sheet in this resource. 

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4. St. Patrick’s Day Sight Word Search

Some days, you simply want print and go St. Patrick’s Day worksheets for morning work, homework, centers, or seat work. 

These St. Patrick’s Day sight word worksheets are perfect for all of the above. 

👉 St. Patrick’s Day Sight Word Search

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5. Making Words St. Patrick’s Day Writing Activity

Along with the resources listed above, Making Words is another favorite independent, engaging, centers in kindergarten. 

Making Words are low-prep worksheets, meaning all you have to do is simply print them out!  Print and go centers is a time saver for any teacher!

The kiddos cut and paste the scrambled word tiles to build a March vocabulary word, such as leprechaun.  Then, they write the word, and draw a picture to go with it.

👉 March Making Words

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6. March Math Talks for Kindergarten

These kindergarten math talks for March will be a class favorite!

Your kids will engage in number talks centered around everything March themed, such as St. Patrick’s Day, kites, rainbows, Spring weather, and more!

👉 March Math Talks

7. March Would You Rather Questions

This March themed set comes with printable cards and digital slides. Display them on your computer or smart board, or print them and hang them in a nearby place for a daily routine with kids.

March Would You Rather questions include St. Patrick’s Day, Spring Weather, and a couple questions to fit in with March Madness basketball season.

👉 March Would You Rather Questions

8. March Math Write the Room

March Math Write the Room is an interactive math center to build number sense and engage your active learners in writing numbers and counting sets.

There is a number line on the recording sheet to offer support with number recognition and writing/formation.

Post the picture cards around the room, and watch as the students become eager to write numbers on their record sheet.

👉 Numbers to 10 March Math Write the Room

👉 Numbers to 20 March Math Write the Room

 

March Math Write the Room Numbers to 10 and Numbers to 20 printable activity for prek, kindergarten, and first grade.

9. March Color By Codes

To keep the St. Patrick’s Day theme fun, we can’t forget some color-by-codes coloring pages!

Let your kids have fun coloring and practicing basic skills with these print-and-go practice worksheets.

SKILLS COVERED:

  • Alphabet letters
  • Beginning sounds
  • Sight Words
  • Numbers to 10
  • Numbers to 20
  • Addition to 10

👉 March Color by Codes

10. St. Patrick’s Day Build a Poems

With these St. Patrick’s Day build a poem pocket chart centers, you’ll have interactive centers already done for 5 weeks!

This is an activity the kids love completing, and ask to go back to time and time again.

Build fluency, sight word recognition, concepts of print, expressive language, and teamwork!

Kids work together to build the poem using the large print word cards. Each poem has color coordinating borders and clipart for easy storing and organizing.

This set includes:

Five Little Leprechauns

Happy St. Patrick’s Day

I’m a Little Leprechaun

I’m a Little Shamrock

Leprechaun Stew

👉 St. Patrick’s Day Build a Poems

11. St. Patrick’s Day Facts for Kids

Are your kids working on writing and concepts of print? If so, these Building Sentences printables are perfect for them!

The Building Sentences: St. Patrick’s Day edition have 10 easy facts for kids to build, write, and illustrate.

Plus, to make it easy for you, they include 2 levels. This makes differentiation a breeze!

👉 Building Sentences: St. Patrick’s Day Facts

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Conclusion

These St. Patrick’s Day activities are sure to keep your kiddos engaged and excited for the leprechaun to come visit! 

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Before you go, here are a few blog posts you’d enjoy:

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5 St. Patrick’s Day Poems for Kids

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