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Angled St. Patrick's Puzzle

Looking for teacher lesson plan resources for your St. Patrick's Day programming? Here is a St. Patrick's Day wordangle puzzle with multiple twists!

1. there are 15 scrambled letters word clues
2. most hidden words have a right angled turn in the letter paths
3. some word clues have more than one word in them, BUT the scrambled letters do not always represent the correct number of letters in each word (for example: the word clue 'Blarney Stone' may be have scrambled letter clues that look like 'nearbs lnto ye')

Solve the puzzle:
-unjumble the scrambled letters in the word clues to reveal the list of words hidden in the grid
-record the correct spelling for each word as this helps solve the puzzle faster
-locate each word clue in the grid and trace the letter path
-remember to watch for any right angle turns
-track progress by checking off each word as it is found

Other lesson plan activities:
l. have students find smaller words within larger word clues (e.g. the word clue: 'end of the rainbow', would give some of these smaller words: and, bow, dear, win, bin)
2. use the word list as writing prompts for journal writing, report writing, explanatory writing (how the leprechaun got its name), poetry, song writing
3. have students create their own word search puzzles by choosing one of the blank word search grids found at the link below

Link to blank word search grids found here: blank word search grids




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