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Lucky Charms {St. Patrick's Day Activities Planned!}

Lucky Charms {St. Patrick's Day Activities Planned!}
Lucky Charms {St. Patrick's Day Activities Planned!}
Lucky Charms {St. Patrick's Day Activities Planned!}
Lucky Charms {St. Patrick's Day Activities Planned!}
Lucky Charms {St. Patrick's Day Activities Planned!}
Lucky Charms {St. Patrick's Day Activities Planned!}
Lucky Charms {St. Patrick's Day Activities Planned!}
Lucky Charms {St. Patrick's Day Activities Planned!}
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A Grade One Nut and Her Squirrelly Crew

St. Patrick's Day Planned!!! This Lucky Charms packet has a lil' bit o'everything!

Lucky Charm Story Writing: Use the inspirational pictures to brainstorm ideas and plan a fictional 3 sentence story. Publish using the provided paper printables.

My Ireland Report: Gather facts on Ireland from books, a video, or the Internet and write a report. Color and staple a straw to create the Irish flag to go with the report.

Lucky Charm Short Vowel Clover Sort: Sort the words into their matching short vowel hats. Words that do not fit go into the No Luck! hat. Accompanying worksheet provided!

Clover Count by 2’s/4’s: Practice counting by 2’s and by 4’s with some lucky 4 leaf clovers! Accompanying worksheet provided!

Tricky Translation: Translate the lucky charm repeating patterns into letters, numbers, etc.!

Pot o’Gold Partners: Match the number partners with their correct pot o’gold. Accompanying worksheet provided.

Missing Gold: Some sneaky leprechaun has stolen a pot of gold. Help find the missing addend (gold) to complete the equation. Accompanying worksheet provided.

Leprechaun Juice: In this easy science experiment, students discover which two colors of juice will make green leprechaun juice!! It’s delicious!

Four Leaf Clover Man Art: Print out the template on green paper. Students cut out the clovers and glue together to make a cute little clover man. Legs and arms can be created by folding strips of green paper like an accordion or by taking two strips so they are overlapping at a right angle to one another, and folding one over the other in an alternating pattern.

Also check out my Valentine's Day Packet
Total Pages
35 pages
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