St. Patrick’s Day Math Choice Board for Elementary

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These St. Patrick's Day student choice activities for elementary students are the perfect way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in your classroom!

They are great as extension or early-finisher activities, or given as take-home independent practice work.

This packet includes a choice board of 9 St. Patrick's day activities, plus all of the links and printables needed to complete the activities.

Students can choose from activities like:

Time to Find Gold!

On a piece of white paper, draw a blank number line or T-chart, to help you solve this elapsed time problem: Lenny the Leprechaun started to look for his pot of gold under the rainbow at 8:05. He searched for 4 hours and 27 minutes. What time did he find his pot of gold? Solve, and draw a picture!

Graph It!

Complete the St. Patrick’s Day graph. When you are finished, take a baggie of Lucky Charms. Empty the bag and make your own graph showing how many of each of the objects there were inside of the bag.

Clovers on a Number Line

Draw a number line. Place fractions on it. Label all of the fractions except for one. Draw a clover where the fraction should be. Repeat the process with three more number lines. See if a classmate can tell which fraction is missing on the number line.
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Heather Aulisio


About Heather

Heather Aulisio (B.S., M.S. Ed.) is a 5th grade math and science teacher. She has been teaching in a public school setting for 19 years. Heather has previously taught third… Read more

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