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Kindergarten St. Patrick's Day Activities

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Faith Filled Freebies: Free St. Patrick Clip Art and Craft from Charlotte's Clips

Little Fun; Little Learning: Literacy Station: Theme Poems

Little Fun; Little Learning: Literacy Station: Theme Poems

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Pot of Gold Lima Bean One to One Game for Preschool and Kindergarten via www.pre-kpages.com

St. Patrick's Day Math Activities | Pre-K Pages

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10 March Activities for Catholic Families Printable

10 March Activities for Catholic Families Printable

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St. Patrick's Leprechaun Play Dough Mats

St. Patricks day math

Rainbow JELL-O Cubes | MomOnTimeout.com - Rainbow JELL-O Cubes are perfect for St. Patrick's Day or any day you want to bring a smile to someone's face! The perfect treat! #Jello #StPatricksDay #recipe

Easy St. Patrick's Day Crafts For Kids - Sassy Dealz

Shamrock Bead Count and Lace ... used for math and fine motor development.

childcareland blog: Shamrock Bead Count and Lace

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Rainbow colored leprechaun trap made from Popsicle sticks. So cute!

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"Four Things That I Treasure" Activity (free)

Leprechaun Floats (Green Sherbet & Sprite) - St Patricks Day

A Cupcake for the Teacher: Catch a Leprechaun {a Writing Craftivity}

What a fun activity for St. Patrick's Day about a Leprechaun. There is a song poster and letter posters that spell LUCKY. Included is a cover sheet and directions. Each poster is 8 1/2 by 11 inches.

Saint Patrick puppets

Shamrock Craft and poem from Charlotte's Clips

We made these in Kindergarten on Friday. They turned out so cute!

Leprechaun printable feet

If I found a pot of gold...

Free Download- A Lucky find for Reading Rimes

Pattern Lucky Clovers Tell students that a three-leaf clover called a shamrock grows everywhere in Ireland. The Irish believe that shamrocks protect a person from evil spirits, and they often carry them for good luck. A four-leaf clover is said to be even luckier; it brings twice the luck! Each student will need a construction paper copy of the free patterns. Cut out the hearts and glue them to the stem as shown. Each youngster writes four ways his clover could bring him good luck.

I'm lucky because...great send home assignment!

Rainbow Jell-o!