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Mar 9, 2013

St. Patrick's Day Preschool Ideas

Need some cute ideas for your preschoolers for St. Patrick's Day? Well look no further. Here is a great list of some of my favorite packs, activities, and games for your preschoolers to keep occupied and celebrate this St. Patty's Day-ALL FREE.

My simple unit pack: feel free to download and print via pdf!

Inside you'll find activities such as:
  • lacing card
  • color-by-number
  • size sorting
  • Do-A-Dot page
  • Handwriting practice
  • poke page
  • pattern practice
  • puzzle
  • Uppercase/Lowercase sorting
  • Spelling/Vocab practice
  • Counting practice
  • Number Order puzzle

More great ideas from my favorite websites!

Pre-K Leprechaun pack- From Our Little Monkey's Page at Teachers Notebook with a lot of great activities! 

Rainbow Lapbook-A cute way to teach color from Carisa at 1+1+1+1.
Little Lapkins- A link to show how to use the rainbow lapbook and other cute lapbooks for learning.
Activities for Kids-from Activity Village come with a lot of fun things to do with you kids.
pot of gold collage
A paper plate shamrock
clover wreath
A few more ideas to celebrate the holiday! 

Lucky Charm Graphing-from Homeschool Creations, sort and graph a box of Lucky Charms.

Make a few traditional Irish meals for the St. Patrick's Day: Here's my favorites from
Corned Beef and Cabbage 1
Reuben Sanwich II
Slow Cooker Corned Beef and Cabbage
Check out some cute books from the Library about St. Patrick's Day. (Note: because a lot of this is folk stuff- make sure you first approve of the book. I found some really interesting ones that I didn't really want my kids reading;) 

And if all else fails look to Pinterest!

 Always enjoy and get a kick out of what other people come up with for their boards on pinterest!

which is an Irish toast for 'good health'

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