Happy St. Patrick's Day from Math-Drills.Com! This page includes St. Patrick's Day math worksheets on topics such as patterning, multiplication, addition, and comparing numbers. "For each petal on the shamrock, this brings a wish your way, good health, good luck, and happiness for today and every day" (Irish Blessing).
St. Patrick's Day is celebrated anually on March 17th both as a religious and a cultural holiday. It commemorates Saint Patrick, one of the patron saints of Ireland, but it has spread throughout the world as a celebration of Irish culture and influence. Although many adults celebrate it quite differently, children might appreciate participating in this holiday by completing some Saint Patrick's Day themed math worksheets. Of course, if you don't find what you are looking for here, feel free to stick a shamrock or two on any of our other math worksheets... or print them on green paper. May the sound of happy music, And the lilt of Irish laughter, fill your heart with gladness, that stays forever after.
Various St. Patrick's Day Math Worksheets
The patterning worksheets below contain images associated with St. Patrick's Day. Students find the pattern and figure out which picture will extend the pattern. There are many activities that you can do with patterning and St. Patrick's Day due to the iconic nature of the holiday. One simple and fun activity is to buy a box of Lucky Charms cereal and use it to create and extend patterns.
In case you have trouble finding shamrocks and writing numbers on them, we've made the worksheets below to see how proficient students are at comparing numbers. For the really clever students, give them the "tricky" version.
St. Patrick's Day Arithmetic
Multiply the fun with these multiplication worksheets with a Saint Patrick's Day theme. May your blessings outnumber the Shamrocks that grow and may trouble avoid you wherever you go.
If you've ever wanted to find a leprechaun's gold at the end of a rainbow, these addition worksheets are for you. In the first two, students will follow the path of the leprechaun and answer the addition questions along the way. In the second two, they add dollar amounts and compare them to others.
This worksheet might not be as easy as it looks. Sure, we have only taken out a few digits from the addition, subtraction and multiplication, but students will have to draw on their deduction and reasoning skills to figure out the more difficult ones. This worksheet includes a leprechaun playing a fiddle, so you can enjoy the Irish music while completing it.