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From www.babysitters.net While everyone knows that St. Patrick’s Day is a holiday, it’s unlikely that many know the story behind St. Patrick’s Day. In a nutshell, a man named Patrick converted a large group of Irish people from Paganism to … Continue reading
Submitted by Nick M. Click here to join teachertime123 on facebook! Use a oval shape pattern as the body of your potato. Let students be creative and encourage them to design their own rather than using patterns for everything. … Continue reading
Submitted by Nancy A. Click here to join the teachertime123 page on facebook! Have students trace and cut out hand print on green construction paper. Create patterns or show students how to make their own hat, beard, and hair.
Submitted by Carol S. Click here to join teachertime123 on facebook A simple hat made with mostly rectangles. Students can make on their own, or trace a pattern. For a variation, use tissue paper rather than construction paper for the … Continue reading
I wish….. Have students write on clovers what their wishes are for themselves, their families, their future, etc. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
Provide a variety of colors of tissue paper for your students to trace and cut out. (Younger students will find it easier to cut construction paper.) Have students arrange the tissue paper shamrocks in a vertical manner. Some may … Continue reading
Submitted by Jen S. The rainbow is made out of students hand prints. Leprechauns hold the “Pots of Gold” stories. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
Submitted by Jennifer C. Have your students give a shamrock some personality. Dress up the shamrock, give it some accessories, and personalize it! The kids will have fun being creative with this! Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
Submitted by Sandi T. “Pot O Poetry” The students write poems and they are attached to the pots. For art, they decorated leprechauns to put in between them. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
Submitted by Mary B Horizontal lines must be cut into the background paper (white paper in top picture). Choose at least 2 colors to weave into the background color. Alternate in and out as you weave. On the top … Continue reading
Submitted by Jenna M Use green construction paper for your large shamrock. Within the large shamrock, have students trace patterns for small shamrocks onto different colored construction paper or tissue paper. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!