Free Leprechaun Writing Activities

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in your kindergarten, first grade, or second grade classroom with these free leprechaun writing activities! Includes 2 writing worksheets: My Interview with a Leprechaun and Leprechauns Have. These writing printables can be used during your literacy block or as a no prep writing center.

This is a free sample from Leprechaun Craft and Writing Prompts, which contains 16 writing activities that are appropriate for K-2 students, an easy craft template, and a St. Patrick’s Day word bank. The craft includes picture directions and makes a perfect display for your March bulletin boardClick here to learn more!

My Interview with a Leprechaun
My Interview with a Leprechaun- Free Printable Writing Activity

This is Little Owl’s First of the Month Freebie for March 2021, posted a little early so you can start prepping your March plans! To see more First of the Month Freebies, click hereFollow Little Owl’s Teacher Treats for a new freebie each month!

Looking for more St. Patrick’s Day- themed activities? Check out:

Pot O’ Gold: Addition Facts to 10 Digital Activity

Addition Facts to 10
Pot O’ Gold: Addition Facts to 10 Digital Activity

Skip Over the Rainbow: Counting by 2s 5s 10s Digital Activity

Skip Counting by 2s 5s 10s
Skip Over the Rainbow: Skip Counting by 2s, 5s, and 10s Digital Activity

See more fun crafts and writing projects from Little Owl here:

Helen Keller Craft and Braille Activity

Leprechaun Craft and Writing Prompts

Mooseltoe Graphic Organizer and Craft (FREE)

My Elf Lapbook Activity

Penguin Writing Activities and Crafts

Scuba Diver Craft and Writing Prompts

Theodore Roosevelt and the History of Teddy Bears

Get them all here: Little Owl’s Craft Bundle– 7 Crafts and Writing Activities

All of Little Owl’s crafts in one convenient bundle!

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Erika @ Little Owl’s Teacher Treats believes in creating warm, engaging classroom environments that are inclusive of all students. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Penn State University in 2008, and a Master of Arts in Mathematics Education, K-6 from Western Governors University in 2016. She also studied Reading Education at the graduate level at the University of Pittsburgh. Erika taught 5th grade for a year, but she found her true calling teaching first grade for eight years.

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