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St. Patrick’s Day

1. Study clovers. Kids are fascinated with clovers. You can actually buy clover seeds and grow them in a pot.
Start well before St. Patrick’s Day so the children can watch them grow.
2. Study rainbows. Rainbows are synonymous with St. Patrick’s Day. Use this time to teach children how
rainbows form and the colors of the rainbow.
3. Study Ireland. This is a great time to look at the country and study its customs and traditions.

Clay Pot Leprechaun

With his cute floppy legs and bright orange beard, this darling clay pot leprechaun makes a great table or shelf decoration for St. Patrick’s Day!

Leprechaun Heads

Students will: Experiment with stamping and create a unique Leprechaun face.

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