St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner, so why not have some fun in your homeschool activities? This one is edible, just like the recent Oreo Phases of the Moon homeschool activity.

I’m usually a non-sugar cereal girl, like Wheat Chex or Corn Chex. But when I was a girl, I loved Lucky Charms. Lucky Charms are still a temptation for me. In fact, I had to put the box away when I was doing this activity.

St Patricks Day activities means shamrocks & leprechauns. Whether you believe the legends, it’s still fun to do some school activities. Here’s one of my favorites.

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You’ll need a box of Lucky Charms or a generic brand of that cereal. Also, gather a measuring cup, paper plate, crayons and graph. Measure the same amount of Lucky Charms for each student. If you are working with fractions, I recommend using 1/2, 2/3, or 3/4 cup – nothing more than 1 cup of cereal. Pour the Lucky Charms on a paper plate so it is easier to find the shapes. You’ll have to decide if the students should include broken pieces. Pick out the shapes in your cereal. Place them above the shape on the bar graph. For some reason, Lucky Charms has some extra white marshmallow shapes. We used the white & yellow ones for stars since they look like a shooting star. You may find actual stars, but we didn’t. You might have different results than me.

Count the number of each shape on your bar graph. Write that number below each bar. We used a crayon that matched the color of the marshmallow. Pin It

Color each bar to indicate the number of shapes you found. Use the same color as the marshmallow, if you like.

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Use your Lucky Charms graph to answer questions on the St Patrick’s Day Activity Guide. The **Lucky Charms Graph** is included in our **St. Patrick’s Day FREE Activity Guide**. (Leave your email below to get the guide) Our guide also includes St. Patrick’s Day Printables, as well as science, history, writing, geography, art & cooking activities. You’ll also find excellent videos (3-5min) to watch as a family. To get your free copy of the guide, enter you email below and we will email the guide to you. You’ll have lots more St Patricks Day activities for your homeschool.

You might like to read one of these books to learn more about St. Patrick. We love both of these authors & highly recommend either of them for your family.

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**St. Patrick’s Day Notebooking Pages**

**What other foods could you graph or use with math? You can leave a comment by clicking here**

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Marchelle,

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I would like a copy of the St. Patrick’s Day Activity Guide. Thank you for your generosity! Jayne

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Great idea! Can’t wait to try it out.

I had fun doing this. My 19yo son was begging to open the Lucky Charms early, but I wanted to take pictures before the box was open. I’ll be saving this idea for grandkids.

I’d love a copy of the St Pat’s day guide! Lucky Charms indeed!

Thanks!

Jennifer,

Sorry for any confusion. The guide is automatically emailed to you when you enter your email at the end of the post. Thanks for your interest.

Thanks!

You are welcome!

What a shame, I have never seen anything like Lucky Charms in NZ. Maybe we could use Fruit Loops and sort them by colour.

Lisa, I think Fruit Loops would work too.

Love this activity! Can’t wait to do it with my class.

Glad you found it!

Thank you for this guide. We just had a St. Patrick’s Day party today and I will forward this to the members of the group. In a couple weeks we are doing the phases of the moon. You have great ideas!

You are welcome. If you don’t use it this year, you can file it for next year’s party.

Thanks!

we are just starting a new unit on graphing, my students will love this!!!

I’m sure they will love it, especially if they get to eat their graph afterwards.

Thanks for sharing a great idea!

YOu are welcome. Enjoy!

Kids will love this!

They sure will. Most kids like to learn when they don’t know they are learning

I haven’t received the guide yet. Can you resend when you are able? Thanks!

Kristy,

I will have my asst. send it again. Thanks for letting me know.

Would love to do this in my math class Monday! Please send as soon as possible if you can!!!!!

Kari,

To get the guide, simply put your email in the space at the bottom of the post. It will be automatically emailed to you. Thanks for your interest

Thank you so much for the guide! It is great. Do I now receive all of them automatically, or enter my email in each post I am intrigued with? Thanks for your generosity!

So glad you like it. I’m not sending it automatically to everyone b/c I don’t want to flood your inbox with items you don’t want. So, you’ll need to sign up when you see a guide you like. Thanks for your kind words.

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I love the lucky charm graph and would like to receive a copy of it if i could. I work in the kindergarten and i am always looking for new idea’s to use in the children’s practice stations.

Ilove your activities and would love to receive the guide. Thanks!

Joan Doyle

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Please send the guide!

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Would love a new graph for Lucky Charms! Thanks!

Kasha,

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Thank You!!!

Could you please send me a copy of your Lucky Charms graph? I would love to facilitate the activity with my students this week.

Thanks!

Alyssa,

Glad you are interested in our graph. All you have to do is leave your email in the form above and the right links will be emailed to you

Would love a copy of the lucky charms graph!

Linda,

All you have to do is leave your email in the form above. The graph & activity guide will be automatically sent to you.

Please email St. Patties Day graph. Thanks!

I would really like your Lucky Charm graph. That is a great idea!

I know my students will love this activity and we are right in the middle of our Graphing unit in math. I would really love for you to send me the graph : )Thank you!!!!

You can fill in your email on this page and we will send you the right activity guide.

Check our blog tomorrow because we have a brand new activity guide with a Jelly Bean Graphing printable.

Please send a copy of the Lucky Charms graph. Thanks!

Kris,

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I would love a copy of your St. Patty’s day activities Please and thank you!!

Cara,

Thanks so much for your interest in our St Patty’s day activities. The form is working now. My apologies for it being down when you landed on this page.

Sounds like a great math activity!

Cute activity!

I would love a copy of the lucky charms graph

anxiously awaiting this packet!

Vicki,

Did you enter your email in the form? You should automatically receive the email with the right pdf when you do so. Let me know if you still have problems.

May I have the graphing paper for Lucky Charms?

Cheryl,

Did you enter your name in the form? If so, you should receive our St Patrick’s Activity Guide that includes the Lucky Charm graph paper. Let me know if you have any problems

This is a great activity!

Cute!

Fun!

signed up for the graph, got the packet, no graph?

Elise,

I thought someone had replied to you. Let me check and see.

Elise,

On the last page of the activity guide is a list of resources. The top one is the Lucky Charms graph. I’m sorry for any confusion.

Can’t wait to try it!

Let me know how it goes. I love getting feedback!

love the idea!!! thanks

Can’t wait to try!

I never received an email with my packet.

I have resent the email to you. Please check your Spam folder, if you don’t see it. Please let me know if you are still having issues. Thanks!

I love this activity

Thanks, Cathy. So does our family

Great idea and great way to incorporate math and the holiday!

thank you! My class loves to graph!

thanks!

Please email the activities for the Lucky Charms graph.

Sure, Lahnie. All you need to do is enter your email in the form above & we will email you the right activity guide.

Thanks! Great idea. Can you please send me the links. Thank you!

Sure, Sally. All you need to do is enter your email in the form above & we will send you the right activity guide. Glad you like it.

I would love to have the Lucky Charms graph! Thanks!

Amy, the graph is automatically emailed to you once you enter your email in the form above. Thanks for your interest!

Thank you for the free guide!

Please email the St. Patrick’s Day packet to me! Great ideas!

Cheri, please enter your name and email in the form above and it will you will automatically be emailed the packet!

Hey! This is great! Please send me the package of stuff! Thanks.

Donna, all you need to do is enter your email in the form above & we will send you the right activity guide. Glad you like it!

I would love a copy of this guide. Thanks!

Sure, Merrill! We’d love to send you a copy of this guide. Please enter your email in the form above and we will send it to you.

What a great idea! Looking forward to the packet!

I can’t wait to use this with my students!!

Thanks! Love this idea! Chex Mix could work, but I know the kids will love using the Lucky Charms.

Would love the St. Pattys day activity guide.

Jessica, please put your email in the form above and the packet will be automatically emailed to you. Thanks for visiting our site!

Looking forward to doing this activity on Tuesday

Love this idea!

Is this the form we put our email into? I did not see another??

Lucky Charm graph for preschool!! So Fun!

Great activity

My PreK kids will love this!!!

Thanks for letting us know

Good idea!

Can’t wait to try it in class!

Let me know how it goes in your class.

Thanks for the great idea!

You’re welcome. Let me know how you use these ideas.

great idea!

Glad you like it. I’d love to hear how you use the graph

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I was really hoping to get a copy of the graph, but the rest is great!

If you look through your packet, there’s a link to the graph for you to download & print.

thanks!

Thank you!