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Easy St. Patrick’s Day Craft-Hand Print Leprechaun
Paint (orange and yellow/tan)
Construction Paper (cut into hat shape and pot of gold shape)
1.Using orange paint, color your child’s 4 fingers (not thumb) and the bottom part of the hand.
2. Use yellow/tan paint and paint the middle part of their hand. Allow paper to dry.
3. Have you child glue the leprechaun’s hat onto the “head”. I had each child also create a little hat buckle that had their initials on it.
4. Glue the pot of gold on the bottom of the page.
5. Add a face to your leprechaun and a rainbow to your pot of gold!
Science: Obviously this activity lends itself to discuss rainbow and how they are formed and the colors you find in them.
Language Arts: 1. Have your child create a story (you can write while they talk if they aren’t old enough) about a leprechaun finding a rainbow. Encourage them to add as many details as possible (where the rainbow was located, how he searched for it, what was the treasure at the end of it, etc). 2. Read the book and talk about St. Patrick’s Day and summarize the book. Pay close attention to pictures in the book and see how many rainbows you can spot.