Last year was no different. We went to bed and everything was normal but when we woke up, we were greeted with all kinds of sneaky tricks!
In an attempt to entice our sneaky little friend we made the leprechaun some green cookies in hopes that he would behave and be nice to us.
But he just ate our cookies and made a mess everywhere he went.
He made green footprints and he stacked green cups on the coffee table.
He made a pile of green toys in the playroom.
He even left green footprints on the toilet, made the toilet water green and made a toilet paper tower!
He left us green juice!
He even created a maze with green yarn. We couldn't even walk around the living room without having to climb through this obstacle course.
But once we made it through all the obstacles we found his little pot of gold! Hopefully he doesn't cause too much mischief this year!!
We also have a naughty leprechaun that comes to my school. In my St. Patrick's day thematic unit plan you will find ways to engage your students as they get riddles and messages from a leprechaun, build traps, create wanted posters, a class book and much more!
Want to trap a leprechaun?? Check out this handy kit, which comes with a handy book on how to make a trap.
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