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Are you feeling lucky? With all the green, four leaf clovers, and rainbows around it can mean that it’s March and St. Patrick’s day is upon us.  I love doing seasonal/themed activities with my kids but finding the time to prep those super cute activities is hard.  I added to my No Prep collection with this packet of March and St. Patrick’s Day speech activities ! This packet has 40+ pages of no prep activities covering 16 different areas and 2 different, general reinforcement options!

st. patrick's day speech activities

This packet of March and St. Patrick’s Day speech activities has activities for the following areas: Articulation, Following Directions ( 2 and 3 step ), Basic Concepts, Categories, Synonyms, Antonyms, Seasonal Vocabulary, Irregular Past Tense Verbs, Describing, Comparing and Contrasting, Multiple Meaning Words, Pronouns, Inferencing, Predicting, Expected/Unexpected behaviors and Comprehension! Phew, that’s a lot.

Here is are some sample pictures of pages for following directions, comparing/contrasting, and a general reinforcement page.


There are two different comprehension passages with Irish themes. Each has an image to offer some visual support along with corresponding comprehension questions.

st. patrick's day speech activities

Along with pages for synonyms, antonyms, irregular past tense verbs, and more, there is an open-ended page for articulation! Each picture will stand for a different targeted word for your student.  I like to write the word next to each picture.  This way I can use this page with all of my kids and during different sessions. Theses are also GREAT for homework!


You can check out a full breakdown of  what March and St. Patrick’s Day speech activities are included in my TpT store HERE.



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Hey there! I’m Maureen Wilson, a school-base SLP who is data driven and caffeine powered. My passion is supporting other pediatric SLPs by teaching them how to harness the power of literacy and data to help their students achieve their goals…without sacrificing time they don’t have.

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