Happy St. Patrick’s Day! It is a holiday set aside to celebrate Irish culture! Wear something green or eat green food. The Feast of Saint Patrick is on March 17th, the death date of Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. It’s a lucky day. Irish tradition tells us those who find a four-leaf clover are destined for good luck. Enjoy this awesome crossword called “St. Patrick’s Day.” Crosswords help develop spelling skills, improve vocabulary, learn interesting new facts, and enhance your critical thinking skills. Crossword puzzles are complex word puzzles that are enjoyable, relaxing, and fun.
- Tap or click the square to fill in the letter.
- The answers that go into the white boxes are written across and down, with separate clues for each direction.
- The answers will interlock with one another, so correctly answering one question will give you one or more letters that make up part of a different answer.
- If you need a hint, go to “reveal letter.”
- If you need more help, go to “reveal.”
- To go back to the beginning, go to “revert.”
- If you hit the “check” box, it will put a cross over any boxes you entered incorrectly.
- Check the Word Bank for any difficult words.
- When you are done, the message will say, “Congratulations, you have completed the puzzle!”
Homeschoolers/Educators/Parents: sketch/color an illustration and label it. Theme: lucky. Listen to the audiobook story “Jeremy Fisher” in Learning to Read: Fairy Tale Adventures. Write and say the words ”St. Patrick’s Day” five times so you can pronounce and spell it correctly. Put these words in alphabetical order: four, Saint, leaf, Patrick, lucky, leaf, clover, Irish, feast, green . Use each word in a sentence. List two ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Read the story called Jeremy Fisher. Describe how Jeremy Frog was lucky. Explain how you are lucky too! (Skills: identify, comprehend, apply, organize, creative, affective, analyze, synthesize.)