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FREE St Patrick’s Day Math Equation Mats Printable

Sneak in some fun St Patricks Day Math with these fun Equation Mats to practice addition, subtraction, and multiplication. These St Patricks Day printables are a fun St Patricks Day Activities for kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade students. Simply download pdf file with free st patricks day printables and you are ready to play and learn with this st patricks day math activities.

Sneak in some fun St Patricks Day Math with these fun Equation Mats to practice addition, subtraction, and multiplication. These St Patricks Day printables are a fun St Patricks Day Activities for kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade students. Simply download pdf file with free st patricks day printables and you are ready to play and learn with this st patricks day math activities.

St Patricks Day Math

I was never the greatest at learning Math. It did not come easy to me and I had the grades to prove it. I don’t remember learning math the way it is being taught now, though. With all of the various methods, it is easy to ensure that your child will be able to understand in his/her own way. If one method doesn’t work, choose a different one. I am happy that I am learning math all over again with my daughter. Granted she is doing 2nd grade math, and I do understand that, but I am excited for the future. This St Patrick’s Day Math is a fun way for kindergartners, grade 1, grade 2, grade 3, and grade 4 students to practice math in your March St Patricks Day Theme activities.

St Patricks Day printables 

Start by scrolling to the bottom of the post, under the terms of use, and click on the text link that says >> Download <<. The free st patrick’s day printables pdf file will open in a new window for you to save the freebie and print the template.

 

St. Patrick’s Day Math Activities

One thing I DO know, is that I don’t like presenting an activity that can only be used once for one skill. I want to be able to use it over and over until it has worn out its welcome. You feel me?

These St. Patrick’s Day Equation Mats not only can be used year after year, but with multiple children on different levels even! Whether you are a teacher, a homeschooling family or a parent just wanting to help your child..this set is for you!

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free st patricks day printables

The only thing that is required for this st patricks day activities s is this printable set. We’ve included the clovers as well as multiple equation mats. This is all you absolutely NEED.

HINT: I like to laminate my activities. This preserves the activity against little hands that may accidentally tear and spill something on it.  If you laminate your mats, you can use a dry erase marker.

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St patricks day math activities

This St Patricks Day Math activity includes both a color and a black and white version. This is fantastic for you if you can only print in black and white, but also versatile if you would like color. The first type of equation mat includes the number sentence line as well as a ten frame. This is perfect for students who are learning and practicing addition and subtraction.

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St Patricks Day Activities for Kids

The second equation mat includes the number sentence line as well as a square box. This box is where the clovers can be used to work out the problem, without the restrictions of a ten frame in this fun educational activity to celebrate st patricks day for kids.

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St. Patrick’s Day Math

Grab the clovers and your dry erase marker. Either have your child or yourself write the equation on the sentence line in this st patricks day printables. Use either the ten frame or the empty block to solve the problem with the help of the covers.

Additional ideas: You can use anything you would like instead of the printable clovers. I am planning on using playdough. Other ideas are: beads, clover buttons, or pom poms.

 

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Free St Patrick’s Day Printables

Looking for more fun, free saint patricks day printable ideas and activities for March? You will love these free resources for toddler, preschool, and kindergarten age students.:

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St patrick’s day printables

For elementary age students, check out these fun, hands-on printable activities for St Patricks Day.

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St Patrick’s Day Activities

Looking for some cute St patricks day crafts or clever st patricks day activities, don’t miss these fun ideas:

Or take a peak at this weeks worth of activities in our St Patrick’s Theme , this St Patrick’s Day theme Preschool, or all our ideas to celebrate with st patrick’s day activities for kids of all ages!

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Deanna

Deanna Hershberger is a work at home mom, coffee obsessed, a diy addict and a Netflix binger. She spends her days playing and making with her daughter and enjoys quiet nights at home with her husband. She shares all of this on her blog Play Dough & Popsicles.

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