Catch a leprechaun this St. Patrick's Day! Your kiddos will create a pot of gold or a hat with a leprechaun "STUCK" inside... Then they'll write about how they would catch a leprechaun!Included:*leprechaun in pot/hat craft -patterns, pics, & directions*Let's Catch a Leprechaun! -bubble map, wr
Leprechaun Writing and Interactive Folder: Are you looking for something fun and simple to add to your March or St. Patrick's Day writing? Get your students excited about leprechauns when you ask them to write about how to catch one! The interactive folder and the writing activity can be used as
This fun little "How to Catch a Leprechaun Craft" is perfect for St. Patrick's Day! The printables include supports for writing a functional writing piece and blackline masters for the craft. The flipbook makes writing extra fun for young writers!
Guide your students in expository writing using transition words (first, next, then, finally) with this FUN rainbow craft. Students will write about How to Catch a Leprechaun, adding one sentence to each layer of the rainbow. There's a story planning page included for students to pre-write. Then,
Are you looking for print and digital how to trap a leprechaun writing activities and procedural writing lessons to engage your students this March? This product includes a printable version AND link for Google Slide version and digital directions.Help your students master the skill of writing a how
This St. Patrick's Day How to Catch a Leprechaun Bulletin Board Bundle includes all you need to create the perfect St. Patrick's Day Rainbow Display! Differentiated flip book templates for Kindergarten, first, and second grade writers are included PLUS graphic organizers and BONUS Trapped Leprechau
How to catch a Leprechaun is an engaging addition to your writing activities during the month of March. Students can use their imagination as they sequence, draw, and write the steps to attempt to catch that sneaky little Leprechaun.You Might Also Like March Writing RingsClick HERE to SAVE money wi
Are you looking for some fun craftivities to help display your student's writing? This download has two crafts on how to catch a leprechaun, HELP, I'm stuck in a pot, a parent letter for making a leprechaun trap at home, a writing web, and graphic organizer. Just in time for St. Patrick's Day! GET
This is a fun writing activity for the month of March. Student will have fun making their own leprechaun traps and writing about how they would catch a leprechaun! I include this writing assignment in my student’s writing portfolio (Read below for more information).
I have included all directions,
Your students will LOVE this fun writing St. Patrick's Day flip book and making the craft! Keep them engaged this March by brainstorming and writing about how they would catch a leprechaun - what kind of trap would they make? How-to writing at its best!Options for 3-step (first, next, last) or 4-ste
Are you looking for a great way to do an engaging virtual OR in-person St. Patrick's Day WRITING lesson with students? I have you covered with these interactive, editable Google Slides to easily have students copy and paste movable parts to DESIGN their own LEPRECHAUN TRAP digital (or in-person).
Help! The leprechaun got stuck in a pot of gold and needs your help saving him! In this fun St. Patrick's Day craft, students write about what they would do if they saw a leprechaun stuck in a pot of gold. With five other writing prompts to choose from, this craft is sure to be a hit with your stu
Overview:These books will make a fun writing activity for March and St. Patrick's Day! Students get to use their imaginations to write about how they would catch a leprechaun!♥ ♥ ♥ Check out EVERYTHING in the preview!♥ ♥ ♥ What's included?:♥ Two different kinds of books are included: Pot of gold sha
Here are some writing papers for your students to write about how they would catch a leprechaun to get that pot of gold on St. Patrick's Day (March 17th).
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In the month of March, we use the leprechaun as inspiration for writing. After reading lots of different leprechaun books, the leprechaun visits our classroom playing little tricks on St. Patrick's Day. After searching for him around the school, all we are able to come up with is evidence (gold coin
**Updated in February 2017 with a few more craft options to choose from!**
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day and the month of March by making this fun leprechaun writing craftivity with your students!
Your happy leprechaun is holding his pot of gold and is excited to be a part of your classroom! Student
If I Were a Leprechaun Craftivity Writing prompts are great....but they are definitely more fun for your students when a craft is added to the activity. This set is perfect for learning about St. Patrick's Day and includes:- A St. Patrick's Day Craftivity with a picture, patterns, and directions-
This St.Patrick's Day descriptive writing project is sure to be a hit with your students and chase away the end-of-winter blues!
BREAKING NEWS!! A historic golden clover has gone missing from the town museum and leprechaun trickery is suspected. Can your students come up with a plan to catch the
Students can get creative with this fun Leprechaun writing prompt this March! This How to Catch a Leprechaun Writing Prompt includes multiple levels of differentiation for developed writers, emerging writers, and non-writers with picture-supported errorless sentences. Great for elementary and specia
*Totally revised 2.20.19: Check it out! :) This is a set of writing paper and fun posters!! The writing paper has eight different styles -- each with different fonts, borders, clip-art, and layouts. Each style of paper has a dotted line option and a solid line option! There are also black and whit
How to catch a leprechaun: leprechaun writing in three steps: first, next and last. Kids will learn about leprechauns, brainstorm ideas on how to catch a leprechaun, and write them on shamrock-shaped, lined paper for a beautiful display.Informational writing and procedural writing, to celebrate St.
What would your students do with a pot of gold? In this cute St. Patrick's Day craft students can choose from five different writing prompts and answer that very question. The patterns are kid-friendly, easy prep for teachers, and will definitely make your spring bulletin board stand out!Click HER
The main portion of this resource is a PBL on how to catch a leprechaun. The students can be challenged to make a trap to catch him or her. There are also many books available to hook your students. Just google ‘how to catch a leprechaun’ plenty are available.Students can also just make a trap for f