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# St. Patrick’s Day Centers

It’s almost St. PAtrick’s Day so we’re celebrating with some fun, easy to prep, DIY St. Patrick’s Day centers!

# St. Patrick’s Day Sight Words

For this differentiated sight word center, we used our ESGI assessment data to target our most missed sight words.

You will need:

foam shamrocks (Dollar Tree)

green glass gems (Dollar Tree)

Sharpie

Use a Sharpie to write the sight word on the shamrock.  Then write the letters to spell the sight word on the gems.  Write 1 letter per gem.  Students read the word, spell or build the sight word with the gems and write the sight word!

For a fun St. Patrick’s Day sight word activity, check out our Leprechaun sight word creation!  (Includes 200 words and is editable!)

This St. Patrick’s Day center can be modified for many skills.  You can do addition, subtraction and counting!

You will need:

Plastic cauldrons (Wal-Mart)

Dot stickers (Amazon)

Sharpie

First, I wrote numbers 1-10 on green dot stickers.  Then I placed the stickers on the cauldrons.  I used stickers so we can the stickers and re-use the cauldrons.  Students choose an equation card, solve the equation and sort the card into the correct cauldron.  They can then write the equation and answer on the recording sheet!

You can also do subtraction equations.

To make a counting center, label the cauldrons to 20.  Students can put the correct number of gold coins in the pot!

The addition cards can be found in our St. Patricks’ Day Math And Literacy Creation!

# Spring Addition And Subtraction Equations!

This is a fun, glittery way to practice addition and subtraction!

You will need:

foam shapes (Dollar Tree)

Sharpie

Simply write addition or subtraction equations on the shapes.  Students choose a shape, write the equation and answer!  Or you can post the shapes around the classroom to make a math the room activity!

# Spring Sight Words

THis is a simple sight word matching game that is targeted using our ESGI assessment data.

Students read the sight word, match the words and write the words!  Simply write the sight words on two shapes using a Sharpie!

You’ll need:

cutout shapes (Dollar Tree)

Shaprie

# St. Patrick’s Day Counting

This is a fun and super easy math center or math activity for number recognition and counting to 20!

You will need:

St. Patrick’s Day plates (Target, WalMart, Dollar Tree)

gold coins (Dollar Tree)

Dot Stickers (Amazon)

Write numbers 1-20 on dot stickers with a Sharpie.

Place the stickers on the plates.

Students choose a plate, say the number and place the correct number of coins on the plate! Students then write the number and make the ten frame on their recording sheet! (Get your FREE ten frame recording sheet on the freebies page!)

# FREE RECORDING SHEETS!

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