Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
On March 17, everybody is Irish! If you’re looking to luck out with a last-minute resource for students in grades 7-9, give these writing task cards a try! The 25 prompts on these Writing Task Cards commemorate and celebrate all things Irish, including the luck o’ the Irish, Irish Blessings, the Blarney Stone, and St. Patrick’s Day! Each task card provides a choice of two writing prompts, each with a wee bit o’ history or trivia.
Here’s one of the fun writing prompts in this set:
According to Irish legend, leprechauns hide all their gold in a pot at the end of the rainbow. Imagine you had a pot o’ gold that you were free to spend on anything other than yourself. Write a month-long series of journal entries explaining how you spent your gold.
Use St. Patrick’s Day Writing Task Cards as Warm-Up Work, Bell Ringers, Class Enders, or for Writer’s Workshop! All cards are provided in full color and black-and-white. Here’s a sample:
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May the luck o’ the Irish be with you!