May your day be touched with a bit of Irish Luck!
Little ones are welcome to join us this day
To test your luck as you build and you play.
May your treasures be many of chocolate or gold.
May your traps catch leprechauns that you might actually hold.
Meet our friend Darby O'Gill. He is playing the fiddle for King Brian and the leprechauns. Legend has is that if you can't help but dance, even moving just a wee bit, may mean that you have a little leprechaun magic in you!
Enjoy this book with Miss B. She is a friend of ours and as animated as we are.
For added fun, use pennies as "gold" in this game.
This is a simple puppet and is a good cutting activity for older children. You will need to cut this for younger children. Let the children try to assemble the leprechaun's body parts in the correct location on the body.
The children can practice their cutting skills. After the shamrocks have been cut, place them in order from largest to smallest. They can glue this on a strip of paper.
There are many silly ideas. Enjoy!
Leprechaun bingo or matching game.
Have fun with rainbows. Lots of ideas for Fruitloop fun.
Have fun coloring
A big thank you to www.kidssoup.com for allowing us to post these lessons during the "break".