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Due to the snow days from last week, I was able to use a lot of the stuff I already had planned! That was awesome because this week involved lots of meetings. With St. Patrick's Day being on Monday, I figured that most kids would wonder why I did crafts for that holiday after it was over.
I wanted to make something quick and simple and decided to go with what I dubbed leprechaun hats! I cut out rectangles from black construction paper and strips from black and green construction paper. We glued on the strips and added words to the green parts to allow for home practice.
I was already planned for the older kids, so they were covered.
Younger kids got to listen to The Luckiest St. Patrick's Day Ever by Teddy Slater. It was a good book for retelling, sequencing, and learning new vocabulary. The younger kids really enjoyed this book!