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St-Patrick’s Day Sight Word Activity

St-Patrick's Day Activity: Literacy center to reinforce sight word recognition and spelling. A hands-on activity for st-patrick's day fun!


St-Patrick’s Day Activity: Literacy center to reinforce sight word recognition and spelling. A hands-on activity for st-patrick’s day fun!


I am constantly trying to reinforce and practice sight words with my students. It can get boring doing the same activities, so I came up with a series of building with sight words activity packs.

Students use the pieces to build different items, and this St-Patrick’s Day themed has students make a Sight Word Lucky Clover.

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Saint-Patrick's Day lucky clover sight word activity. Literacy center for kindergarten to reinforce sight word recognition and spelling.

I’ve included 46 sight word petal pieces and there is also an editable PowerPoint file that you can use to add your own sight words.

I laminated the petals and work mat so that I can reuse this activity year after year. Students can record the sight words they used with a whiteboard marker.

Saint-Patrick's Day lucky clover sight word activity. Literacy center for kindergarten to reinforce sight word recognition and spelling.

more building with sight words

Our students have a lot of fun with them, and since I have used a few different sets they don’t need to have it explained to them every time I take it out.

Here are a few of the other versions I made:

TurkeyBuilding BlocksChristmas TreeSnowmanJack-o-LanternPizza

If you would like to get this Lucky Clover Sight Word Center, you can get it on its own, or in a bundle:

     Sight Word Lucky Clover Square Preview

more st-patrick’s day ACTIVITIES

I have a St-Patrick’s Day Activities post that will give you lots of ideas for what you can do to reinforce math and literacy skills with your students. Take a look at my Rainbow Sensory Bin Idea for a fun center for your classroom.

My Ultimate Guide to Kindergarten Centers tells you how I use these activities in my classroom, and answers my most asked questions.

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