Saturday the 17th is St. Patrick’s Day
With St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner, you may be deciding what you are going to do in your homeschool to celebrate. Some celebrate more than others. I’m guessing those of you with Irish heritages may be celebrating more than others. I have a friend with an Irish background that goes all-out every year. I think it’s great and have learned a lot from her over the years.
If you are like me and haven’t ventured much past wearing a green shirt and maybe some fun shamrock earrings, you may be deciding what would be good to do for school and not sure where to start.
I have been doing some searching and have found some fun resources that I plan to incorporate into the day this year. Hopefully these will help you find something to make your St. Patrick’s Day fun!!
I found a great unit study concept on Squidoo that I plan to use some of the activities and videos. Looks like Irish Step Dancing lessons are on the agenda for PE! – Free
Knowledge Quest has a great plan for a unit study beginning this week – Free
First School has some great preschool printables and early elementary worksheets – Free’
Currclick has some great extras that you might be interested in.
Great Printable Bundle for all ages by St. Aiden Homeschool
St. Patrick’s Day games and crafts by St. Aiden Homeschool
St Patrick’s Unit Study and Crafts by Brandenburg Studies
Learning with the Leprechaun lapbook by Hands of a Child
Leprechaun Math fun (we purchased this one – too cute!)
Totally cute song about the history of St. Patrick’s Day on You Tube
Melissa B. says
Nice collection 🙂 We’re planning to do some craft things and then make a leprechaun trap tomorrow night. I found some nice St. Patty’s Day goodies on Pinterest. I need to print of some of these for my oldest.
I have never been to knowledge quest but that place is great. Thanks for sharing all these goodies. I am off to add your blog to my RSS reader, too much good stuff to miss otherwise. 🙂
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