Here are 4 different St. Patrick's Day crafts you can do with your students.
Patchwork Clover - Give students strips of green paper. (Various shades of green look great too!) They rip/cut them up and glue them on the clover. There is also a spot to address their St. Patrick's Day craft to someone.
Dotty Clover - Students use dot markers to decorate their clover. There is also a spot to address their St. Patrick's Day craft to someone.
Clover Notes - Students can do the patchwork or dotty style of decorating. Then they can write a message to go with it.
Clover Headbands - Students can color, patchwork or dot their clovers. Cut them out and glue them on a sentence strip or long piece of construction paper. Then staple the size of their heads.
Four easy clover crafts that take little or no prep. Student directions are also included to give you the option of using these crafts as a center.
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