Grade 3 and Grade 4 ELA Task Cards | St. Patrick’s Day

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Grade 3 and grade 4 learners will enjoy celebrating St. Patrick’s Day and practicing their language arts skills with this set of 20 ELA task cards.


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Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with this set of 20 ELA task cards. Designed for learners in grade 3 and grade 4, these task cards align with a variety of state standards relating to language and writing. Concepts presented in this product include parts of speech, sentence structure, punctuation, vocabulary, verb tense, and figurative language. Not only that, but the leprechaun on each card will enhance the excitement of the activity. Task cards are a fun and versatile learning activity as they can be used in a number of settings. Is the Springtime weather beginning to emerge in your area? The task cards are a great outside activity to get your learners up and moving. If early Spring storms are impacting the ability for your learners to be outside, the task cards can be used inside. Simply post them around your education environment and let your learners practice skills while getting out their wiggles. If printed on cardstock and laminated, the cards can be used year over year, saving you time and money. There is a color version of the cards, as well as a black & white version. Both sets are IDENTICAL. An answer key is also provided.

When you purchase this product, you will receive:

PAGE 1: Task cards 1-4: capitalization, compound words, contractions, past tense

PAGE 2: Task cards 5-8: punctuation, “a” vs. “an”, present tense, plural form

PAGE 3: Task cards 9-12: antonyms, spelling, digraphs, subject/predicate

PAGE 4: Task cards 13-16: homophones, verbs, adverbs, synonyms

PAGE 5: Task cards 17-20: punctuation, adjectives, prepositions, abbreviations

PAGE 6: Answer Recording Page (2 sheets per page)



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Grade 3 and Grade 4 ELA Task Cards | St. Patrick’s Day