St. Patrick’s Day can be such a fun holiday to celebrate in Kindergarten and first grade! That’s why we created this FREE St. Patrick’s Day Easy Reader counting activity! Practice counting well-known images from Ireland and write the numbers 1-10 with this fun and free St. Patrick’s Day Easy Reader!
Easy readers are perfect for kindergarten and first grade because of the simple text and large picture support. Take it up a notch with this St. Patrick’s Day Easy Reader by practicing math as well! It’s a fun, cute, and great way to help celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with your students in class.
This activity goes well with these resources:
How To Use Easy Readers
There are many ways to use easy reader books in your class! You can read it aloud with your class while they follow along in their own books. Some students may be able to read this alone to themselves! Other students can buddy read the book together and then color the pictures. They can discuss and ask inquiry questions after reading. You can even send it home for extra practice. Keep reading to find out how to get your St. Patrick’s Day easy reader for free!
These books are low-prep for teachers and engaging for students! They will learn about many different items that Ireland is known for, as they practice counting and writing numbers. The books print two to a page, which saves resources and makes them the perfect size for students!
More St. Patrick’s Day Fun
Looking for even more fun St. Patrick’s Day activities? Check out some of these teacher-approved videos! All the videos have been checked for content and made sure they are age-appropriate. Click here to see the whole list!
This “Counting with a Leprechaun” video is perfect to go along with the theme of our St. Patrick’s Day Easy Reader! You can watch this as a great introduction to the activity! Check it out here:
FREE St. Patrick’s Day Easy Reader
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This post was written by Johanna, an experienced early elementary teacher who loves learning about new teaching ideas for preschool, kindergarten, and first grade!