The leprechaun excitment continued today when the little ones discovered tiny green footprints, a tiny hammer, and a small shoe next to the leprechaun door.
Luckily, our SRO roped off the area with crime scene tape and we were able to collect some more evidence and draw conclusions.
"They dropped the shoe and left looking for the shoe and the princess."
"He is in the room. I found footprints in the room."
"He was hiding under the chair."
After we read, the Naughty Leprechaun book, we flipped the coin from the book and it landed on the naughty leprechaun. That means that while the children are at home asleep, we will be getting a visit from the naughty leprechaun in our classroom. Can't wait to see what kind of mischief we find!
Looking All Over for Clover!
After a discussion about the differences between shamrocks and four leaf clovers, the kids went on a color word clover hunt in the classroom. This Write the Room activity is included in my Marvelous March Learning Center Games.
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Here are some pictures showing the kids searching
All Over for Clover.
...on the clock...
...on the door...
...on the window...
...on our Bear Behavior Chart...
...and on the computers!