Friends~It is that time of year again! The little door is back. Every year this little door appears in my classroom and the St. Patrick's Day inferring begins! Every day in March, little items are left outside this door and my kiddos work really hard trying figure out what they mean. We work on generating questions like who lives behind the door? What does L.T. L. stand for? It is really amazing how my students turn into little detectives!
Backwards Letter from The Leprechaun (Free Printable) "Sorry for all of the mischief and mess... I hope that this St. Patrick's Day is the best! Love, Lucky The Leprechaun" http://polkadotbumblebee2.blogspot.com/2010/03/letter-from-lucky-leprechaun.html
St. Patricks Day - Kiddos Connect to Lucky the Leprechaun Activities from KiddosConnect on TeachersNotebook.com - (86 pages) - Lucky the Leprechaun often plays tricks and jokes on people! These fun-loving activities get your kiddos to connect to learning!
No-Bake Lucky Charms Bundt Cake for St. Patrick's Day | It’s similar to a Rice Krispies treat, but with the personality of a crazy Leprechaun. The mint chocolate M&M’s and salty peanuts add an unexpected flavor twist that kids will love. It’s magically delicious!