St. Patrick’s Day



syndetics-scJamie O’Rourke and the Big Potato  syndetics-sc Lucky Tucker syndetics-sc Lucky O’Leprechaun syndetics-sc Traveling Tom and the Leprechaun

syndetics-lc Tim O’Toole and the Wee Folk by Gerald McDermott

Printable Books:

Let’s Explore has a cute leprechaun book

Leprechaun Trick Emergent Reader from Make Learning Fun

Counting Shamrocks from Hubbard’s Cupboard


Teaching Heart Mom has a fun Rolling Shamrocks game to practice counting

St. Patrick’s Day math worksheets on

Lucky Charms graph can be found on Little Giraffes as well as a bunch of other great ideas


I love this craft and writing from The First Grade Parade.











Here is an easy paper craft that your preschooler can make for St. Patrick’s Day.  All you need is a paper plate, construction paper, red or orange paper streamers, stapler, and a popsicle stick.  The popsicle stick is stapled to the bottom and used to hold up the mask.  My preschooler loves pretending to be a leprechaun with this.


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