Monday, March 7, 2016

There Was An Old Lady Giveaway

First week in March... Springtime is around the corner.
The days are getting sunnier, warmer and a bit longer...
Could winter be over... could we be this lucky?


It's the month of luck and green clovers...
Let's find out how lucky you are...
I'm giving away the Little Old Lady Who Swallowed a Shamrock 
to 3 lucky followers.  This file is not only fun for the kiddos, but easy to assemble and a great way to review skills already taught.
This fun little book report/craftivity below is a hit with the little one.
They love to take it home and retell the story to their family in their own words.


All you have to do is leave a comment below sharing a favorite St. Patrick's Day tradition you do with your students at school.  I'll choose the winners on Friday.

Kynda, Callie & Keshia
are the winners!!
Congratulations!!!

Until then... here is a quick syllable printable to share.



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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Leprechaun traps are always fun for my kiddos.
brigette.banaszak@stmariagoretti.org

Danna Fox said...

I love March and St. Patrick's Day books! I always read "The Ring of Truth" and Tomie de Paola's "Jamie O'Rourke and the Big Potato" and "Jamie O'Rourke and the Pooka" to my class (with an Irish accent :), of course). Then during lunch and recess a "leprechaun visits or room, messes things up a bit and leaves a green treat for my students.

Mrs. Davies said...

It's one of my favorite holidays! I love the have our classroom turned upside down as if the leprechaun had been there up to his crazy shenanigans! :)

~Wendy
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Kynda said...

We do a Sneaky Leprechaun gift exchange where the students give a gift (less than $1) with a letter to an assigned secret someone in the class. Later in the week they get to reveal who they gave to and then everyone writes a thank you letter for their gift. I've never had a parent opt out of participating, but I do keep a few small items on hand for someone who has forgotten.

Callie said...

We do a little leprechaun scavenger hunt that leads to a pot of gold! The whole class has to work together, it's loads of fun and a great team building exercise!

Keshia said...

Wow! As a new teacher, I love these ideas I'm reading! I don't have any St. Patrick's traditions yet, but I'll be starting some next year for sure!

Keshia said...

Wow! As a new teacher, I love these ideas I'm reading! I don't have any St. Patrick's traditions yet, but I'll be starting some next year for sure!

Alyssa said...

I love these St. Patrick's Day ideas that I'm reading! I don't have any traditions yet as I am currently completing my Education degree and am student teaching right now.

Kathy Poplar said...

We graph lucky charms marshmallows!!

Liz B. said...

I tell them a story about leprechauns, trolls, and a pot of gold of course. they have to listen for certain words in the story. When I say them, there are actions and phrases they have to stand up and say or act out. It keeps them listening and excited to hear what comes next.

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