Podcast: St. Patrick’s Day Idioms about Luck

Do you have the luck of the Irish?

St. Patrick’s Day is on March 17. This holiday is often associated with clovers and good luck. Below you will see a poster of lucky idioms. In the poster, the idioms and expressions are presented literally and figuratively. This helps English learners remember them.

This week’s podcast offers an audio lesson about the idioms in this poster. Share the podcast with your English learners while you review the poster in class. Click the image for the FREE printable PDF.


Other St. Patrick’s Day Resources

Beginner and Intermediate Holiday lesson plans on St. Patrick’s Day
St. Patrick’s Day podcast (intermediate lesson)
Discussion Starters lesson plan on Luck
Lesson plans about Beer and Prohibition
Saint Patrick’s or St. Patrick’s? Paddy or Patty?
Break a Leg – 7 Exam Tips for English Learners

You might also like this Podcast and Poster: Spring and Easter Idioms


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  1. Ginny Rattigan says:

    Mar 15, 2015 at 9:45 pm

    This is awesome! I so enjoy other teachers’ creativity! Thank you for sharing them!

    • Tara Benwell says:

      Mar 17, 2015 at 1:23 pm

      Thanks, Ginny! We love that you stopped by and took the time to leave a comment. Our team has a lot of fun creating these posters. A new one is coming soon!

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