During the month of March, your children will enjoy completing worksheets with a St. Patrick's Day theme. Many free pages can be downloaded from the internet. The following links provide free, printable St. Patrick's Day worksheets that emphasize language arts skills.
- JumpStart has a St. Patrick's Days writing prompts that you can print. There's a creative writing one and an essay one.
- Using a free set from Teach123 on Teachers Pay Teachers, elementary students can practice their writing skills as they describe a shamrock named Seamus.
- Mama's Learning Corner has a free St. Patrick Themed Resource Packet. Some of the language arts skills covered in this set are vocabulary, reading comprehension and creative writing. The pack also includes links to many St. Patrick's Day activities, including craft, game and snack ideas.
- Emily Ames on Teachers Pay Teachers offers a Mystery Nouns page on which fourth and fifth grade students can unscramble St. Patrick's Day words. Clues are provided for each word.
- Primary Games has two styles of decorated St. Patrick's Day writing paper. One is for younger students who need extra guidelines, and the other is for more experienced writers. These would be good for journaling or creative writing pages during March.
- Kindergarten and first grade students will enjoy practicing their handwriting skills with St. Patrick's Day Themed Roll and Write, a free printable from Trisha Balack on Teachers Pay Teachers.
- All Kids Network offers a spelling page on which kids rearrange the letters of "Saint Patrick" to form new words.
- Debbie Wood on Teachers Pay Teachers has a free printable for upper elementary students. By completing this worksheet, kids will review parts of speech and will also become familiar with the expression "green with envy."
- Aylin Claahsen on Teachers Pay Teachers offers a missing vowels set with a pot of gold theme.
- Education.com has a worksheet on which children circle the correct spelling of St. Patrick's Day words. A free membership to this site is required before downloading their materials.
Your children will be the lucky ones when you print some of these St. Patrick's Day resources for them. Not only will they develop their language arts skills as they work on them, but they'll also have a fun time doing so. It's a win-win situation for everyone, so incorporate some of these language arts pages into your March homeschooling plans.