Reading Comprehension Worksheets:
History of the Day - What are the symbols that are associated with the holiday? Learn about some of the history of St. Patrick's Day and the symbols that are associated with the holiday.
The Blarney Stone - The Blarney Stone is a block of stone set in the wall of the Blarney Castle tower in the village of Blarney, Ireland.
Rainbows - A rainbow occurs when it is raining in one part of the sky and sunny in another. Read about different facts about rainbows and fill in the blanks that follow.
Ireland - Ireland is an island nation on the westernmost edge of Europe. It is the continent's second largest island after Great Britain.
Lucky Charms - It all began with a bowl of Cheerios and a couple of circus peanuts. Read about this popular breakfast cereal and answer the questions that follow.
The Story of Patrick - St. Patrick is credited with bringing Catholicism to Ireland. This reading worksheet is three pages long complete with a: reading passage, free response questions, and multiple choice questions.
Short Passage - This may just be a paragraph, but it will require you to read it multiple times.
True or False - See what you have learned from all the reading worksheets.
Mad Libs -
Working on the proper use of -ly. Fill in the blanks below with the appropriate type of word to make your very own silly story.
Homophones - Word choice is given to the right of the sentence.
They can be very tricky like a leprechaun.
How Many Words - Form as many words as you can from the name of this holiday.
Alphabetize - You will sort a whole bunch of words and put them all in alphabetic order.
The Leprechaun - Complete all of the sentences in this story of the Leprechaun.
- The letter in the box of the answer can be used in to decode a
special message from Lucky the Leprechaun.
Search - Larry the Leprechaun is hiding all the words below
in his pot of gold. Can you find them all?
- Use the code below to decode this special message that is a famous saying that many people around this time of year.
Word Scramble - Unscramble all of these terms and some may be difficult.
Word Search - Find a dozen terms to make your way across the rainbow and into the pot of gold.
Your Own Story - Those zany Leprechauns are at it again. Larry the Leprechaun was greedy with his gold. He ran to the end of the rainbow to collect his
treasure, but when he got there it was...
Traditions - Does your family have any St. Patrick's Day traditions? Write about them below. If your family doesn't have any traditions for this day just
write about any traditions that your family may have for special occasions or holidays.
Magical Clover - Pretend you found a lucky four-leaf clover
that was magical and came with three wishes.
Trace It - These is a two sentence tracing activity for students.
Poem - You will compose your own work.
Surprise - A story is started off for you and you are asked to complete it.
Traces - You will form related terms.
Organizer - This is really helpful for working as a class.