Monday, March 19, 2012

A Day of Green & Guest Post Freebies

We were out for Spring Break last week, so we didn't get to celebrate St. Patty's Day until today.  I knew we should have made some traps because our room was definitely visited by a leprechaun or two!  Look at what they left us!


We think they came in from the window because we found footprints and sparkles as evidence...
There was also a note {in not so good handwriting} telling us that they came for a party but no one was in the classroom.  Oh well.  We hate that we missed them but we sure are grateful for the cookies, green leprechaun juice, and shamrock pencils that were left behind!

In addition to our tasty green snack, we enjoyed playing Lucky Gingers, Shamrock Subtraction, and Sunny Day's Rainbow Bump games.  Make sure to grab your copy of all 3 free games!


We were running short on time so we ended up combining A Cupcake for The Teacher's Leapin' Leprechaun Craftivity and The Teacher Wife's free Worth More Than Gold writing activity.  I think the combination turned out quite cute!



 Some of my kiddos took the writing activity very seriously!  I loved reading their heartfelt sentences about who is worth more than gold to them!

All in all, another great day! :)

Mrs. Miner's Kindergarten Monkey BusinessIn case you missed it, make sure that you stop by Mrs. Miner's Kindergarten Monkey Business today to see my guest post on math tubs. There are also 4 freebies posted there for you! 

Thanks, Krissy, for letting me share on your fabulous blog!



Lastly, don't forget to enter my giveaway for my latest Tpt products:

Enter the giveaway HERE!

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    1. Thanks! It was definitely a fun activity!

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  2. Ahhhh your leprechauns look great! I had my students do these and wish I had thought to add the pot like you did....pinning for next year!

    Elizabeth

    Fun in Room 4B

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    1. It was a last minute decision and truthfully...I wasn't sure if it would turn out cute until the end! :)

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  3. The leprechaun turned out so freakin' adorable!!! I love that you combined them together!!!

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    1. Thanks! It helps that my kiddos are really good artists (sure beats posting pics of my sample!)

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  4. I LOVE the combination of my leprechaun and The Teacher's Wife's craft!! I'll have to do that myself next year ;) Thanks for the shout-out girl!!! :)
    ❤Teri
    A Cupcake for the Teacher

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    1. Thanks, Teri! You always have the cutest craftivities!

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  5. What a cute post and activities! Sometimes I truly miss the little bitties!! 8th grade is great, but I miss doing some of the more fun things too! (and the kids actually find it COOL! lol)
    Ann Marie Smith @ Innovative Connections

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    1. I didn't think 2nd graders would really be into the whole leprechaun thing still but they were fascinated by it! Gotta love the little ones! :)

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