St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner and you’re probably like me. What should you do for that green day? Well if you are in a dual language or bilingual classroom, maybe you can use one of these 8 St. Patrick’s Day Bilingual Resources.

Matching Activity

This cute St. Patrick’s Day Matching Activity has English and Spanish words that kids can match! No, they are not Cognate words. If you don’t know what Cognate words are check out my previous post called “What are Cognate Words?” This activity is ideas for more advanced Spanish readers. You can use in your stations or a whole group activity for St. Patrick’s Day!

Party Letter – For Bilingual Parents

Do you need a Bilingual letter to communicate to parents that you are having a Class Party? Then this letter is for you. This letter is and Editable letter on Canva. If you don’t have Canva, you can easily get a free membership. Once you have access to your letter, you can change student names, date of the class party, and the message you want to convey. Check it out below!

Drag & Drop Game for Google Slides

This is such a fun and easy drag and drop game! All you have to do is drag the red circle to point out the St. Patrick’s Day Images! This game is made for Google Slides and is to be played on edit mode, not slideshow. Go visit my TpT Store to get your download!

St. Patrick’s Day Reading Comprehension

If you need a simple reading comprehension activity for St. Patrick’s day in both English and Spanish version, then this resource is perfect for you. It’s a short passage that is perfect for 1st, 2nd, and even 3rd Graders!

Word Puzzles

For St. Patrick’s Day Fun in your class or at home, try these Word Puzzles! The Word Search is a Spanish list of St. Patrick’s Day themed words! The Cross Word Puzzle has English Clues with Spanish Answers, which is great for those students that are practicing their translation skills.

Social Emotional Learning – SEL in Spanish!

Trying to inspire kids to talk to themselves and think of themselves in a positive mindset? Here is a perfect St. Patrick’s Day Craftivity that they can make! Kids will write something positive about themselves. You can help students brainstorm positive words that you can write on a chart paper to help students that have a hard time coming up with words. Click on the link below to get your copy!

Coloring Pages

Last but not least, if you need a moment to yourself check out these Coloring pages for St. Patrick’s Day! There is a collection of coloring pages and a collection of Dot Painting. Kids can use dot markers, regular markers, or q-tips and paint. Get your copies at the link below!

Thank you!

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