Saint Patrick Printables – Part of the Saints Unit Studies Series

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Since I married into an Irish Catholic family, Saint Patrick is high on our list of Catholic Saints.

My children love hearing about Saint Patrick, and now that March has rolled around, we’ll be spending a lot of time learning about Ireland, its heritage, and the man who worked to bring Christ’s message to the beautiful Emerald Isle.

Saint Patrick Printable

 

I’m thrilled to share this Saint Patrick unit study with you, for use in your home. You’ll find facts about Saint Patrick, vocabulary words, discussion questions, copywork, and resources for learning about Saint Patrick.

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Over the next few days, we will be sharing some fun Saint Patrick’s Day snacks and books to celebrate St Patrick’s Day, as well some of the resources we use to study Saint Patrick.

 

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Comments

  1. Swinging by and spreading the love from the link up! I simply had to because of the St. Patrick’s theme of your title. I didn’t realize it was a unit study until I read the post. I have downloaded it by the way as we’re an Irish/Polish/Scottish/French Canadian (lol I know funny mix) Catholic family and I was looking for a more purposeful way of studying St. Patrick this year as my middle child keeps insisting on calling St. Patrick’s day “leprechaun day” *sigh*. Thank you so much for this!!

  2. Thank you for posting. It’s great to see incorporating St Patrick into their lives, education, etc…

  3. Dianna, thanks for your website and ministry to share the faith. I also married into an Irish Catholic family and we have 5 children. My husband was born in Ireland. At the wedding his mom requested we keep the Irish heritage alive, so I do my best. The kids are eager for me to make Irish Soda Bread, which we call spotted dog in the next few days. Love your site.
    Peggy
    http://www.creatingspaceinyourlife.com

  4. These look great, cheers for sharing and joining in with this week’s Parenting Pin it Party xx

  5. I’ve had this on my list all week. Thanks for sharing–I can’t wait to use it!

  6. What a wonderful resource for St. Patrick activities; thank you for sharing.

    God bless

  7. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

  8. Thank you so much for sharing on the After School Linky Party. I’ve featured your post in our St. Patrick’s Day Roundup! Can’t wait to see what you share this week!

  9. Thank you! My kiddos are happily working away on this while listening to some jaunty traditional Irish music. My 2nd grader exclaimed, “This is so much fun! I want to do this on all holidays!”

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