Saint Patrick's Day is celebrated on the17th of March.
Patrick was a Roman who lived in Britain in the 4th century. He became the first Christian missionnary in Ireland.
An Irish tale tells how Patrick used the three-leafed shamrock to explain the Trinity .
Saint Patrick 's flag represents Saint Patrick , the patron saint of Ireland.
It is also said to represent a neutral flag of Ireland.
In Dublin the festival lasts a week !
Saint Patrick's Day in Dublin, capital city of the Republic of Ireland
Saint Patrick's Day is also celebrated in many countries around the world.
Here's an example in Chicago,USA
An easy song for Saint Patrick's Day :
Some interactive games (hot potatoes) http://www.marks-english-school.com/games/mes-patricks_01.htm
“L’élève sera capable de copier et produire des mots et des énoncés brefs et simples” (B0 hs n°8 30 août 2007)
Niveau A1 : Copier des mots isolés et des textes courts, écrire une courte carte postale
More ideas here
You’re on holiday in Dublin and you want to send a post card to your Grand parents
Complete this post card. Put the following words in the right order and write them :
cold, Dublin, Grand-Dad, Grand-Ma, funny, horrible, green, weather, nice, rainy,”Saint Patrick’s Day”.
Don't forget to write your name at the end of your letter