St. Patrick's Day Math Games and More

With St. Patrick's Day just around the corner it is a great time to get into some fun, green math.
With Leprechauns, shamrocks and lots of green the kids will enjoy these math games and activities so much that they won't even know they are 'doing math'!

Click on the images below to find out more about these sets of printables. 

Also make sure you check out the great Shamrock math ideas below. 

St. Patrick's Day Math Games, Puzzles and Brain Teasers

Printable St. Patrick's Day games, puzzle sheets and task cards

St. Patrick's Day Math Freebies

                      



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St. Patrick's Day Math Games Grade by Grade

 
St. Patrick's Day Math for First Grade with board games and print and play math game sheets. 

St. Patrick's Day Math for Second Grade with board games and print and play math game sheets. 

St. Patrick's Day Math for Third Grade with board games and print and play math game sheets. 

St. Patrick's Day Math for Fourth Grade with board games and print and play math game sheets. 

Green Makes Math Fun

   


These games can be printed in color on white paper or card or print them on green to give them a touch of St. Patrick's Day! 

Shamrock Math Ideas

Here a few simple ideas for some Shamrock math. These are a great way to bring a touch of St. Patrick's Day into your classroom. 
   
Draw a shamrock and write the numbers in a skip counting pattern in it BUT leave out 2 of the numbers. The challenge for your students will be to find the missing numbers. 


Next Shamrock math challenge is to draw a Shamrock and then fill it with 5 or 6 numbers. Make sure that 2 of the numbers add to a third number on the shamrock. The challenge is to find 2 numbers that will add to a third number on the Shamrock. You can make the numbers as simple or as difficult as you like. 

   

The next Shamrock Challenge is an odd one out challenge. Students have to find the odd one out in the Shamrock and give their reason for it being the odd one out. Can you find the odd one out in each of the shamrocks above? 

I hope this gives you enough math to keep your little leprechauns out of mischief for the next few days! :) 
Happy St. Patrick's Day! 

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