St. Patrick's Day Writing Prompts

St. Patrick's Day is just around the corner so why not use this special day as a motivator for getting kids to write! St. Patrick's day is perfect for getting kids excited about writing.

I have created a few things that you can use to get kids enthusiastic about writing this March.

                 
They can write about leprechauns, making wishes, Ireland or plan a St. Patrick's Day party. 
Sometimes all they need is a sentence starter to get their imaginations firing! 

St. Patrick's Day Writing Quilt

If you would like to get kids writing and creating an interesting display of their writing, then you will love the St. Patrick's Day Writing Quilt Squares.

Their are 7 St. Patrick's Day Writing Prompts to choose from and each one comes in two different formats - 4 quilt squares to a page or 2 quilt squares to a page. You use them all or use just one.

The children do the writing activity on the sheet then color the small quilt squares.

They then cut out the large square and these can be displayed with their classmates' squares to make a large St. Patrick's Day writing quilt display. 

The St. Patrick's Day Writing Quilt Squares are available from my Teachers Pay Teachers store at
http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/St-Patricks-Day-2425319


         

     

 
       
If you would like to create a St. Patrick's Day Writing Quilt like the ones above go to http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/St-Patricks-Day-2425319

17 St. Patrick's Day Writing Prompts

I have listed 17 St. Patrick's Day Writing Prompts below the image but you can also download a pdf of this image from this link.
 
 

 
1. At the end of a rainbow I found …

2. If I found a pot of gold I would …

3. If I were a leprechaun, I would …

4. The day I caught a leprechaun …

5. I think I am lucky because …

6. Write the instructions for how to catch a leprechaun.

7. Describe what a leprechaun would wear.

8. Give 5 facts and 5 opinions about Ireland.

9. Would you like to be a leprechaun? Why or why not?

10. What if everything was green – give 5 advantages and 5 disadvantages.

11. Who would you like to give a pot of gold to and why? 

12. Plan a St. Patrick’s Day party. Plan the food, music, games and activities. 

13. You can only eat green food for a week. Plan a menu for the week.

14. What do you think lies at the end of the rainbow? 

15. Write an acrostic poem for St. Patrick’s Day.

16. If you caught a leprechaun and had three wishes, what would they be? 

17. Which would you rather have, a pot of gold, a leprechaun or a four leaf clover? Why?

 
I hope this give the kids something to write about!
 
Till next time,
 

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