St. Patrick's Day is a fun holiday that can be celebrated in a variety of ways. Here are five easy and fun St. Patrick's Day activities for the classroom that will get your students excited about the holiday. These activities can be used in conjunction with other lessons or as standalone activities, and they are all adaptable to different grade levels. So get ready to have some fun this St. Patrick's Day! Over the Rainbow Digital Escape Room Math Quest GameYour kids will be going on an adventure through the rainbow, solving math as they go, to help Leroy get his pot of gold! Check out some of the screen shots from the game below. These Digital Math Games are designed to work on any device with an Internet connection. St. Patrick's Day Math Mystery: The Case of the Misplaced Pot of GoldThis Patrick's Day, you can solve a math mystery with the Case of Misplaced Pot of Gold. Your kids will need to review various math skills in order unlock important clues that help them find Leroy's missing treasure! These easy to prep worksheets come complete with an exciting video hook to set the stage to engage and an ending video clip to reward their hard work. This math mystery is available in different grade editions, so you can choose a level that suits your kids best. You can also mix and match to differentiate if required. St. Patrick's Day Mini Math MysteriesThese St. Patrick's Day Mini Math Mysteries are a great way to engage your students during this short time before spring break! They're easy, fun and educationalperfect for any classroom on the go or if you need a last minute activity. The new Mini Math Mystery series are designed to be quick, easy to prep, and fun to solve. The elimination process involves answer matching, so it won't overwhelm your students with deductive reasoning if they aren't ready for that yet. Mini Math Mysteries are one page activities, but you get TEN of these mysteries in one St. Patrick's Day themed pack. Currently available in the Grade editions below. St. Patrick's Day Reading Comprehension Mystery  Once Upon a Crime, Fool's GoldWhat better way to spend St. Patrick's Day than with a mystery? Once Upon a Crime, Fool's Gold is the perfect activity for the classroom or for home learning! The story starts out with a short video hook that gives subtle clues as to what the mystery is all about. Then your students will need to continue reading and finding evidence in text that supports their answers to unlock clues. This mystery activity helps build vocabulary as well because they'll be identifying different types words and spelling puzzles during their investigation. After completing all five reading activity pages, your student detectives will need to piece all of the clues together to solve the mystery! Find this teaching resource via my TPT store and website shop. FREE St. Patrick's Day Math Word Problem Prompt CardsThese St Patrick's Day 'What's the question?' cards are great to help your students create their own St Patrick's Day themed math word problems. Differentiate this card set by setting the challenge to make word problems involving either multiplication, division, negative numbers for higher grades OR keep it to basic addition and subtraction for lower grades. HOW TO USE Each student receives a card and must create a math word problem that will result in the information given on that card. After the creating part, students swap their St Patrick's Day math word problems with other students. Once students complete the word problem, they check in with the creator to see if they answered it correctly! St Patrick's Day Word Problem Math Prompts
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These St Patrick's Day 'What's the question?' cards are great to help your students create their own math word problems. Differentiate this card set by setting the challenge to make word problems involving either multiplication, division, negative numbers for higher grades OR keep it to basic addition and subtraction for lower grades. HOW TO USE Each student receives a card and must create a math word problem that will result to the information given on that card. After the creating part, students swap their St Patrick's Day math word problems with other students. Once students complete the word problem, they check in with the creator to see if they answered it correctly!
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