We are linking up with Doodle Bugs this Friday to bring you a recap of the week in FIVE FOR FRIDAY!!! Since next week is St. Patrick's Day, check out some of our ideas below!
St. Patrick's Day Books!
St. Patrick's Day Books! That's What Leprechauns Do by Eve Bunting is full of leprechaun fun and mischief! This playful story is about three leprechauns that must quickly place a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow before it rains!
St. Patrick's Day Vocabulary!
St. Patrick's Day Vocabulary! To help us get started, I laminated these St. Patrick's Day Vocab cards so we could trace the words with dry erase markers, erase, and trace again!
St. Patrick's Day Booklet
St. Patrick's Day Literacy! Over the past week we read and filled out the pages of our St. Patrick's Day booklet! Click on the image above to check all of the above activities included in our St. Patrick's Day Literacy and Math Pack!
St. Patrick's Day Math!
St. Patrick's Day Freebie! Ten frames are great for showing order and organization. Students can really see the quantity and its relation to ten when you use the ten-frames. To make our St. Patrick's Day ten-frame counting even more meaningful, we used our green thumbs! Combining art and math is so much fun!Click on the image below to grab this St. Patrick's Day Freebie!
St. Patrick's Day Science! Do skittles dissolve faster in hot or cold water?
All you need for this easy science experiment is:
-skittles (we used the original and the dessert flavored skittles)
First, we sorted our skittles by color. Next, we filled an empty cup with hot water and then another cup with cold water. Finally, we placed one skittle in each cup of water and watched!
Leprechaun Snack! To end our St. Patrick's week, we mixed up a simple snack with some vanilla greek yogurt and green food coloring and topped it off with some Lucky Charms(you can also use vanilla pudding)!