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St. Patrick’s Day St. Patrick’s Day is a national holiday in Ireland. Which continent is Ireland in? It is on 17 March every year. When is St. Patrick’s Day this year? On St. Patrick’s Day, people in Ireland wear green ribbons and shamrocks (3-leaved clovers). a green ribbon

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on st patrick s day people in ireland wear green ribbons and shamrocks 3 leaved clovers
On St. Patrick’s Day, people in Ireland wear green ribbons and shamrocks (3-leaved clovers).

a green ribbon

a shamrock

if you don t wear green you get pinched not too hard please
If you don’t wear green, you get pinched! (not too hard, please!)

Ha! You are not wearing green. I can pinch you!

Ow…Don’t pinch me.

pinch

on st patrick s day it is lucky if you can find a leprechaun le pre con
On St. Patrick’s Day, it is lucky if you can find a leprechaun. (le-pre-con)

A leprechaun is 3 feet

tall. It wears green

clothes and buckle

shoes. It also wears a

tall, green hat.

He is 3 feet tall!

he lived under a rainbow tune of b i n g o
He Lived Under a Rainbow(Tune of B-i-n-g-o)

There was a little leprechaun,

He lived under a rainbow.

R-A-I-N- ‘bow’

R-A-I-N- ‘bow’

R-A-I-N- ‘bow’

He lived under a rainbow.

he lived under a rainbow tune of b i n g o10
He Lived Under a Rainbow(Tune of B-i-n-g-o)

There was a little leprechaun,

He lived under a rainbow.

Clap -A-I-N- ‘bow’

Clap -A-I-N- ‘bow’

Clap -A-I-N- ‘bow’

He lived under a rainbow.

he lived under a rainbow tune of b i n g o11
He Lived Under a Rainbow(Tune of B-i-n-g-o)

There was a little leprechaun,

He lived under a rainbow.

Clap - Clap -I-N- ‘bow’

Clap - Clap -I-N- ‘bow’

Clap - Clap -I-N- ‘bow’

He lived under a rainbow.

he lived under a rainbow tune of b i n g o12
He Lived Under a Rainbow(Tune of B-i-n-g-o)

There was a little leprechaun,

He lived under a rainbow.

Clap - Clap - Clap -N- ‘bow’

Clap - Clap - Clap -N- ‘bow’

Clap - Clap - Clap -N- ‘bow’

He lived under a rainbow.

he lived under a rainbow tune of b i n g o13
He Lived Under a Rainbow(Tune of B-i-n-g-o)

There was a little leprechaun,

He lived under a rainbow.

Clap - Clap - Clap - Clap - ‘bow’

Clap - Clap - Clap - Clap - ‘bow’

Clap - Clap - Clap - Clap - ‘bow’

He lived under a rainbow.

he lived under a rainbow tune of b i n g o14
He Lived Under a Rainbow(Tune of B-i-n-g-o)

There was a little leprechaun,

He lived under a rainbow.

Clap - Clap - Clap - Clap - Clap

Clap - Clap - Clap - Clap - Clap

Clap - Clap - Clap - Clap - Clap

He lived under a rainbow.

i m a little leprechaun tune of i m a little teapot
I’m a Little Leprechaun(Tune of “I’m a Little Teapot”)

I’m a little leprechaun

(hands on hips)

Dressed in green

(point to shirt)

The tiniest man

(hold thumb and index finger an inch apart)

If you ever catch me, so it’s told

(catch something in the air)

I’ll give you my big pot of gold!

(give something away)

recess task
Recess Task
  • Go to the English

Corner.

2. Make a paper

shamrock.

3. Punch a hole in the

shamrock.

4. Put it on a hair clip, a

pin or a string bracelet.

5.Get a stamp from an

EAT.

a hair clip

a pin

a bracelet

may i have a please
“May I have a ______, please?”

a pin

a hair clip

a piece of green paper

a string of yarn

a stamp

a shamrock