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St Patricks Day
Writing Prompts #2

Here are 10 St Patricks Day writing prompts you can use to ring in the holiday with your classroom or your own personal journal. If you enjoyed these prompts, buy the entire collection of 1,000 Writing Prompts for Holidays on Amazon.

611. Imagine that you have decided to visit a St. Patrick's Day parade wearing a "Kiss Me I'm Irish" T-shirt. How do you think people would react? Why might you wear a shirt like that?

612. You have been recruited to play in an Irish bagpipe band. How long do you think it would take you to learn the instrument and what would your friends and family think about your new talent?

613. Create a conversation between two Leprechauns on St. Patrick's Day. What might these tiny creatures talk about and why?

614. Dancing is a major part of Irish heritage. How do you think your family would change if all of you went out dancing more often? What kinds of dances do you enjoy doing?

615. In honor of St. Patrick's Day, some cities turn their rivers and other bodies of water completely green! How do you think they make the water green and why?

616. On St. Patrick's Day, lots of people drinking green beverages and eat green food. What is the greenest meal you can think of, from appetizer to dessert? Would you enjoy this emerald-style eating?

617. You and your friends have set off on a hunt for a four-leaf clover to improve your luck. Why do you need the extra luck and where do you go to look? If you found it, how would you use the luck to your advantage?

618. In Ireland, the Blarney Stone is a piece of a castle that is kissed by thousands of tourists a year to unlock hidden powers of intelligent speech and humor. What would you do if you gained such powers? Would it be worth kissing a piece of rock to do it? Why or why not?

619. Since Leprechauns are known for causing mischief, some people set up traps to catch them. How would you go about catching the small, green-wearing creatures? What would you do with them if you got them and why?

620. The harp was one of the most famous instruments in ancient Ireland. Imagine that you have attended a harp concert. Describe the sounds of the angelic instrument. Do you think you'd enjoy listening to harps playing all the time? Why or why not?



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