Be On the Lookout!

I'm not a bit Irish (I'm actually of Italian and German decent) but everyone is Irish on St. Patrick's day.  This "Wanted Poster" is a cute way to turn all of your students into Irish leprechauns.  Just have them put an "O'" or a "Mc" in front of their last name when completing the poster; unless of course they already have one! I do this activity after reading Looking for Leprechauns by Sheila Keenan.
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If you like this activity, be sure to check out my Common Core Aligned St. Patrick's Day Packet.  Click the image below to check it out on TpT.





14 comments:

  1. SO CUTE! I can't wait to use this next week:) Thanks so much for posting it!

    Anna

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  2. darling! adding it to my st.patty's day repertoire!

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  3. My kids love buying 'Read a Book' to another class in the store on Friday. They create a mini lesson. One of my girls has prepared a St. Patty's story. She is wearing a green wig and a Patty's hat. We are preparing a craft. I think we will get the Kinders excited and send a picture of Maya in the outfit with the book in advance. Great Addition!! Thanks.

    Cheryl from Primary Graffiti

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  4. Adorable! This is a must next week in my classroom.We live in a neighborhood where everyone is Irish so it will be cute to do. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Erica Congrats you won the Buzz book. Send me an email so I can send you the code!!
    Donna

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  6. Ha! That's SO cute!!! Thanks girl!!!! Love your blog a lot!
    -Rachelle
    whattheteacherwants.blogspot.com

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  7. Love it! It goes perfectly with making Leprechaun traps! =)

    Emily @ Second Grade Silliness 

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  8. Thanks for the freebie - -too cute! I plan to make one myself (hehehe) & share...I will link back to your blog of course (-;

    Michelle

    The 3AM Teacher

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  9. Any idea why this book is so expensive to purchase? Our local libraries don't carry it but the price is outrageous! What am I missing?

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    1. It is a Scholastic book, check their website. Any other book about catching a leprechaun would work. That is nuts about the price!!

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