Easy St. Patrick's Day Crafts For Kids - Sassy Dealz. I could have my students write "wishes" on the colors. A wish for them, their family, a classmate, their class. Get them to think beyond themselves.
Life Cycles Bundle (Ants, Butterflies, Chickens, Frogs and Sea Turtles) by Jewel Pastor (TeachersPayTeachers) | This Life Cycle Wheels Bundle contains five wheel packets to help your students review what they have learned about the life cycle of ants, butterflies, chickens, frogs and sea turtles. | Get the individual life cycle wheels or buy this bundle to save!
Light Circuits: Depending on the grade level of the students, you can have them build a very simple circuit or a very complex circuit with both series and parallel circuits combined. For my students I have them use file folders in order to design and build a series on one side, then a parallel on the other with certain parameters for the switches. The students have an amazing time and there is always 100% participation and together we saved those lights from a trip to the landfill!
Great resource for studying black history or inventors. Garrett Morgan is known for inventing the precursor to the yellow wait light. Students make their own stop lights on a triangular prism and fill the other two sides with information. Cute craft - looks easy!
What attributes do your students have that make them "lucky?" In this St. Patrick's Day Shamrock "I am lucky" Craftivity students write about four things that make them a lucky person. It is a perfect St. Patrick's Day writing lesson and a fun activity for elementary school.