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 stand-alone activities or they can both be used together for a writing project. This writing unit contains pieces to make a fun anchor chart, plan sheets, foldable activities, a variety of writing paper and a template to make a super cute “leprechaun finder.” I also included 3 pages of detailed notes on how to use this with your class. Be sure to check the preview to see what’s included.
Anchor chart pieces - print ad glue to create a chart to keep track of your learning
Leprechauns brace map – A great way to start your writing unit after reading books about leprechauns (booklist included!) What do you know about leprechauns?
Leprechaun Words: Brainstorm nouns, verbs, adjectives and other words that go with leprechauns. Great to use as a writing resource!
How to Catch a Leprechaun Interactive Folder – 4 easy pieces to cut, fold and create to show to how catch that pesky wee leprechaun.
How to Catch a Leprechaun Diagram sheet – Design a clever way to catch a wee one!
Leprechaun Finders– The perfect tool to help see those tiny creatures.
Writing Papers – Write about your adventure with a leprechaun or share your ideas on how to catch a leprechaun.
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Thanks for stopping by! ~ Lisa, Second Grade Stories