If leprechauns are good luck, then you are sure to have a lucky day when you ask students to draw some adorable leprechauns!
You will get 5 different variations to drawing a leprechaun that you can use with different age levels and abilities. The instructions describe how they can be used.
You will also get 4 writing and illustration pages that students can use to tell "How to Catch a Leprechaun". The different pages can also be used for a variety of ages and writing abilities.
Once students have written and illustrated how to catch a leprechaun, they can tell you what 4 wishes they would want to be granted by the lucky leprechaun. Use the lucky 4-leaf clover "My Wish" sheet to get to know your students better. As they write a sentence about their wishes for their family, the world, a friend and themselves, you'll be surprised at how much you learn about them. This sheet also reinforces the idea people should think about the world and others instead of only themselves for their wishes.
After writing down their wishes, let students share how to catch a leprechaun and their wishes with each other as a great discussion springboard.
What You Get
♣ Teacher instructions (3 pages)
♣ Leprechaun Roll & Draw (1page)
♣ Leprechaun Choice Drawing (1page)
♣ Leprechaun Read & Draw (1page)
♣ Leprechaun Print & Go (2 pages)
♣ Story writing and illustrating (4 pages)
♣ Make a Wish (1page)
>>>>> This makes a total of 13 pages.
Take a look at the preview to get a snapshot of what you get.
Here is a collection of Spring Art Lessons from Expressive Monkey:
• Spring Drawing Fun
• How to Draw a Leprechaun
• Celtic Knot Drawing
• Zentangled Celtic Knot Letters
• Mother's Day Card Drawing Mom
• Drawing Dad & Me
• Flower Drawing for Mother's Day
• Drawing Flowers
• Van Gogh's Sunflowers Roll & Draw Lesson
• Van Gogh's Sunflowers Integrated Art Lesson
• Op Art Eggs
• Egg Color and Write
• Egg Roll, Draw & Write
• Bunny Directed Drawing with Choices
• My Year in Art
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