Use this lucky 4-leaf clover 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 their wishes with each other as a great discussion springboard.
What You Get
♣ 1 Make A Wish page
Do you want even more fun? Take a look at my How to Draw a Leprechaun lesson. Have students design a leprechaun then tell how to catch a leprechaun! It's a super fun integrated art lesson that will work in any classroom! Once they have "caught" the leprechaun you can lead into the Make A Wish sheet and have them tell you what 4 wishes they would have their leprechaun grant.
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