Write an essay about the life of St. Patrick or how St. Patrick’s Day began.
Does your family have any stories that took place around St. Patrick’s day? Be the family historian and write an essay about one of them.
Do you believe in luck? Write a persuasive essay about why you do or do not think luck is real.
In keeping with conservation, write a convincing essay about why you think it’s important that we “go green.”
Is there really a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow? If your answer is yes, defend your position. If your answer is no, then what is at the end of the rainbow? Use your powers of persuasion.
Pretend you are in charge of making your country a greener place. Explain your plan of action.
Plan the best St. Patrick’s Day party ever. Write an essay telling about the party. You might talk about the decorations, food, activities, the people who are invited, location, or anything unique about the party.
Research and write an informational essay about Ireland.
St. Patrick’s day has numerous symbols and traditions associated with it: green stuff, leprechauns, luck, shamrocks, and so forth. Choose a few St. Patrick’s day symbols or traditions and explain what they are and how they are associated with St. Patrick’s Day.
Describe your three favorite green things in great detail. Remember to address all five senses.
You’ve just met your first leprechaun. Describe him in detail. Don’t focus only on appearance. Think about what he says, his actions, personality, habits or quirks, and anything else we might need to know.