Fun with Leprechaun Messages

St. Patrick's Day Literacy and Reading Kindergarten Lesson Plan
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Invite your kiddos to review proper sentence structure and punctuation with this fun St. Patrick's Day lesson from Rebecca Banks, feature lesson plan contributor over at HotChalk®. We love the bit of whimsy and "magic" surrounding this exercise and we know your kinders will appreciate it too! 

In the spirit of the holiday, construct a message from your friendly classroom leprechaun for your kiddos to discover during morning meeting. Rebecca suggests staging the area a little bit - adding green glitter and perhaps a few 'footprints' or a scrap of green cloth by an open window - to draw your students' attention. Using the message from the leprechaun (written using focus sight words/vocabulary), have your students review letter recognition, sentence structure, punctuation, etc., then read the note together.

Rebecca recommends adding a sweet component to the activity (which we know your kinders will love), so be sure to check out the full lesson idea at HotChalk®!


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