All About the Base 10: students count base ten blocks and write the number Color by Number: students color the leprechaun coloring page with by code using numbers 11-16 Greater than All the Gold: students use symbols () to identify the larger number Leprechaun Treasure: students sort coins (front and back of coins) Luck of the Ten Frames: students count the dots on ten frame sets (11-20) Mixed Addition and Subtraction: 20 addition and subtraction problems within 10 O'Tally Marks: students count the tally marks and cut and paste the correct number Patty's Number Bonds: students fill in the missing number from number bonds (1-10) Pot of Gold Skip Count: students fill in the missing numbers counting by 5's Shamrock Number Order: students fill in the missing numbers (1-20) Shamrock Time: students look at an analog clock and write the time (to the hour) Shape Sort: students color 2D shapes one color and 3D shapes another (20 shapes) Spin and Add: students use a paperclip to spin two numbers and add them together March Calendar: students fill in a blank calendar for March Beginning Sounds: students circle the beginning letter that corresponds with a picture Color by Digraph: students color pictures based on their beginning digraph sounds (ch, ph, sh, th, wh) Color by Sight Word: students use the code to color the picture (have, like, can, here, my, she) Compound Words: students cut, sort and glue pictures to make compound words (i.e. rain, bow, rainbow) CVC Words: students spell CVC words Ending Sounds: students cut and paste pictures to match with the letter of their ending sound Leprechaun Tricks: students cut, sort, and paste real and nonsense CVC words Rhyme Time: students are given four pictures and twelve words; students write the rhyming words under each picture (i.e. bed, red, fed, and wed) Silent E Changes: students are given a CVC word and picture; students then change the word into another by adding a silent e (i.e. cub to cube) Sorting Vowel Sounds: students will cut and paste pictures into two categories - long vowels and short vowels St. Patrick's Day Word Search: students will search for eight themed words A Wee Little Sentence: students will cut, order, and paste the sentence "He has a pot of gold."; students can then color the matching picture Copy Work: students copy the riddle "What kind of bow cannot be tied?"; students then write their answer Writing Prompt: At the end of the rainbow... Writing Prompt: If I were a leprechaun... Writing Prompt: On St. Patrick's Day
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