St. Patrick's Day: This pack is perfect to use any time in March or for the actual holiday. I am calling this pack a "Pattern Picture". I also sell "Pattern Portraits" in my store that have portraits of famous people in history, which are formatted the same way.
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What are Pattern Pictures? They are fun themed pictures with patterns behind the image. When students color the patterns in a variety of different colors, the finished product is whimsical and fun. They can then color the main image that sits in front of the patterns. These are sure to add colorful pizzazz to your classroom. For the most pep from your pictures, tell your students to use lots of different colors and try not to have two of the same colors touching.
This pack includes a "Pattern Picture" coloring sheet for St. Patrick's Day, a pennant, writing paper formatted to be glued to the coloring sheet or the pennants (The extra-long banner option is neat!).
The St. Patrick's Day image of the leprechaun, rainbow, and clover were drawn specifically for this banner, so you won't see that exact design anywhere else.
See the thumbnails and preview to get a better idea of what is included.
For my famous people "Pattern Portraits", if you would like me to consider making that you think many people could benefit from, please send me a message :-) No promises, but I will gladly consider any.
Please... if you ever notice anything in my products that needs to be corrected, such as a date or any other factual information, please send me a message before you rate the product. I do my best to research thoroughly and provide historical facts. I can look back over and have a new copy uploaded fairly quickly.
Also, if you notice typos or anything else, that is appreciated too. Even with several sets of eyes looking over my work, at times a word can be missed. Thanks so much ahead of time.
Thanks so much, as I always appreciate it when people stop by to look at my products.
For more creative lesson ideas, click on 'elementary lesson plans' by my picture above.